J. Cole, together with fellow Dreamville Records‘ artists EARTHGANG, Ari Lennox, J.I.D, Omen, Cozz, Bas, and Lute, present Revenge of The Dreamers III, and it’s nothing but the dream compilation we’ve all been waiting for. 

Dreamville Records, founded by J. Cole and his manager Ibrahim Hamad, has finally released the next chapter, a long-awaited follow-up to part II (2015). The album also features guest artists Kendrick Lamar, Buddy, Ty Dolls $ign, Vince Staples, Dreezy, and much more greatness.

Revenge of The Dreamers III (ROTD3) is the ultimate euphoria for hip-hop and alternative R&B fans alike, placing listeners within a realm of rapture; an epic line-up of astounding artists, an unrivalled lyrical flow, bustling bars, heavy-hitting hooks, fresh beats, honey-like melodies, and of course, topped off with the quintessential soul samples to have you hypnotised from the very start until end.

This 18-track marvel is simply incalculable; the procured result of both a collaboration and a community of artists that no one other than J. Cole could bring together.

Listen now below.

This Friday, Vince Staples sets out to invade the world’s airwaves with the release of his second studio album, Big Fish Theory.

We’re just days away from the release of what might possibly one of the best hip-hop albums of the year. After dropping his impressive debut 2-disc album Summertime ’06 back in 2015, Vince may become even more of a household name come this weekend.

“BagBak”, “Big Fish”, and “Rain Come Down” are the 3 leading singles for the album and if they’re any indication of what’s yet to come, we have a lot to look forward to. Not to mention, we’ve already been told that Kilo Kish, Rick Ross, Gorilla Zoe, A$AP Rocky, Kendrick Lamar, Justin Vernon of Bon Iver, and more will appear on the album. So, with Vince at the helm of this superstar cast, there is no doubt that Big Fish Theory will be something special.

Check out the full writer credits on iTunes and make sure you take a listen to the singles to truly see what I mean. And, of course, make sure you cop Big Fish Theory this Friday.

Written by DJ Robinson