Time to update the memes. J. Cole's last album, 2014 Forest Hills Drive, released in December 2014, has been certified double platinum by the RIAA. The album, of course, is still without any features.
Donald Trump's recent rallies have been a mess, with the potential republican candidate being forced to cancel his appearance in Chicago following conflicts between supporters and protesters in the crowd (he's actually encouraged violence toward protesters in
Queens emcee Bas had some unfortunate timing last week when he released his album Too High To Riot on the same day Kendrick Lamar dropped his entirely unexpected untitled unmastered, but y’all still came out in support of the young Dreamville signee
I don’t think Bas was anticipating going up against Kendrick Lamar, Lil Wayne & 2 Chainz when he picked March 4th as the release date for his new album Too High To Riot, but unfortunately that’s the case for the buzzing Dreamville artist.
Cozz and Bas came together yesterday for the official music video for their "Tabs" collaboration. Today the latter Dreamville rapper is back at it, releasing two new joints as he preps his second album.
Yesterday (Dec. 12), Bas, Cozz, and Omen asked their fans if they were interested in participating in a Dreamville "crawl" in NYC. It turned out that what Dreamville had in store was three surprise shows in one night.
Well hello! Just hours after hearing news of the Dreamville’s sequel to Revenge Of The Dreamers, J.Cole and company decide to surprise fans by dropping it off on iTunes tonight a few days early.
Dreamville's Omen dropped off his debut album, Elephant Ear, today, and along with that, he shared a video for the project's "LoveDrug," a track that features CJ Hamilton. This video's a little jarring at first, consisting of a series of found footag
As far as opulent boasts in hip-hop go, "Fiji water in my iron" sits right up there with Soulja Boy's "So much money, bitch, I valet park my bicycle" and Kanye West's "I got more TVs in [my car] than where I live" in terms of its useless-but-aspirational
Cozz is one of the most exciting new rappers we've come across over the past year or two, and he was quickly scooped up by J. Cole's Dreamville imprint (after having only one real song/music video out, no less).
The already-stacked SXSW lineup just got even crazier. Joining a packed schedule of shows is a "Dreamville Takeover" headed up by J. Cole and also featuring Bas, Cozz, Omen and more, and it goes down Saturday, March 21st at Austin's Moody Theater.
J. Cole has come a long way from rapping about how to get up off the sideline. Three albums in, with 2014 Forest Hills Drive, the “God” is home. The Fayetteville, North Carolina native composed an honest, nostalgic album without any apologies.
Cozz successfully delivered his debut album on J. Cole's Dreamville imprint, Cozz & Effect, the other month. Although the rapper is still new to the game, he impressed with his polished raps and production.
You can feel Cozz's hunger when listening to his music. It's easy to understand why J. Cole would want the youngster out of LA on his Dreamville/Interscope Label. Cozz has the lyrical trappings of a rapstar in the making.
Tomorrow, Dreamville signee Cozz will release his mixtape Cozz & Effect. We've already seen a trailer for the project, and now Cozz shares a video for "Cody Macc," which is, not coincidentally his name on Twitter.
Steve Lobel, a former industry heavyweight, interviews J. Cole today for Blurred Culture. During the first part of their interview, the two talk about how important it is to have a mentor, and Cole talks about how he idolized Jay Z and considers him a mentor.
It's been a big year for South Central L.A.'s Cozz, who recently signed to J. Cole's Dreamville imprint. After releasing his video for "Dreams" back in March, the MC had labels calling him nonstop, and he seems to have chosen a good one.