J. Cole and the Dreamvile camp have been on a streak over the past year with solo releases. Cole's K.O.D became one of 2018's most celebrated albums and showcased Cole in a new light. The rapper returned with his first single since 2013 in late January titled, "Middle Child" which he released a visual for earlier today. While speaking to fans online, the rapper revealed when we could expect the upcoming Dreamville compilation record.


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While there hasn't been much information surrounding the release of J. Cole's next solo album, he did give fans an update on Revenge Of The Dreamers 3. The rapper revealed that he and the rest of Dreamville are currently working on finishing up the project with an April release date in mind.

"ROTD3 is being finished right now, post-production s**t," he said. "Tracking out songs, sequencing then editing, then we gotta mix. We're shooting for April."

Cole also revealed that he won't be touring in 2019 due to exhaustion from last year. However, he'll still be performing at Dreamville Fest which is also set to take place in April after being postponed due to weather conditions last year.

Keep your eyes peeled for more updates and peep the "Middle Child" music video below.