J.Cole, a known face in the hip-hop industry, started his own music production company along with his Sudanese-American manager Ibrahim Hamad called Dreamville Records, which is distributed by Interscope Records. The label currently has nine music artists under them including the Earthgang and J.I.D and J.Cole himself. The founder also announced its annual Dreamville Festival, which will feature local music, culture, food and art, and also include a mix of up-and-comers and national acts. The owners think of their label as a venture to expand all over the globe and Hamad says that they are not like other companies based in a city. Their label is very much an idea, more so than an actual physical place. So you can create it and take it everywhere. Read more about J.Cole’s Dreamville Records.
North Carolina, “grateful” doesn’t even begin to cover it. All 40,000 of you SOLD OUT the first ever #DreamvilleFest. THANK YOU!!!— Dreamville Fest (@Dreamvillefest) April 7, 2019
This is only the beginning 🙏🏽
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The artists of the label have been working on their individual projects also they have been called complete their duties for the label’s collaborative album, Revenge of The Dreamers III. The founder recently announced he was invited to Atlanta to contribute in the making of the album via a tweet. The fans of the music label have been waiting for this particular project because of the artists that are on it including Wale & Rick Ross, T.I., Kenny Beats, Ski Mask the Slump God, Omen, Reese La Flare, Deante’ Hitchcock, Buddy, Cozz, Bas, J.I.D, Big K.R.I.T., and more.
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