J. Cole Confirms Collaborative 'Revenge Of The Dreamers III' Album
The album will begin production in January.
J. Cole confirmed the Dreamville roster has been called together to bring the third coming of the Revenge Of The Dreamers compilation album.
Sunday night (Jan.6) the 33-year-old announced via social media his "presence has been requested" for the recording of the new project.
Bet. On the way. pic.twitter.com/gbqDdVbTp0
— J. Cole (@JColeNC) January 7, 2019
The news came by way of a flyer urging the KOD rapper to report to Atlanta from January 6 to 16, according to other members of the Dreamville team social media, the same yellow flyer has been sent to Ari Lennox, JID, EarthGang, Bas, Cozz, Omen, and Lute, who have all confirmed their involvement via Instagram and Twitter. Dreamville president Ibrahim “Ib” Hamad, as well as producer Elite, received a golden ticket.
The original Revenge Of The Dreamers album was released January 28, 2014, with Bas, KQuick, Omen, and J.Cole. The follow-up long play dropped in Dec. 2015 including new-comers like Ari Lennox and Lute. This year's upcoming LP will be the first of its kind in 4-years and the very first for Dreamville's breakout star J.I.D.
There has yet to be an official release date for the bicoastal record labels group tracklist, but the album is projected to be fire.
Listen to the second installment of the series below.