J. Cole has joined the likes of Jay-Z, Perry Farrell, Common and Justin Vernon, by launching his very own music festival.
Taking place in Raleigh, North Carolina (Cole’s home state), the Dreamville Music Festival, named after Cole’s label, will take place on September 15th at Dorothea Dix Park. Although the lineup has yet to be released, fans can expect more information soon and don’t be surprised if J. Cole himself will headline the anticipated music fest.
Pre-sale tickets for the festival are already sold out, but tickets range from just $59 to $99.
Cole is currently enjoying the record breaking success of his brand new album, KOD, so fans from J. Cole’s home state would definitely love the chance to hear it live to end their summer and kick off the fall.
Dreamville is one of the most exciting collectives/labels in rap right now. With talented acts Omen, Bas, Cozz and of course J. Cole, Dreamville is making moves. And today we have Bas’ new music video for his J. Cole assisted record, ‘Night Job’. The dark and smokey visuals for the Dreamville track are directed by Andrew Nisinson for The Super Mookin Fiends, and you can watch the official music video now!
Fresh out of South Central, Dreamvilleand J. Cole signee Cozz has released his second mixtape, the follow-up to his 2014 Cozz N Effect project. The new 13-track mixtape, titled Nothin Personal, was widely produced by Cozz’s longtime collaborator Meez, and also features production from T. Lew, D2 and Mikeal Mighty. The tape also contains features from fellow Dreamville artist Bas,Boogie, Correy C + Deborah and Freeackrite.
Today is a huge day for J. Cole’s label Dreamville and Chi-town’s own, rapper Omen, as it marks the release of Omen’s debut LP, Elephant Eyes. Originally announced by the Dreamville signee three years ago, Omen’s debut album features 11 tracks and collaborations with J. Cole, CJ Hamilton, Bas and more. You can stream the album now on Spotify or purchase it on iTunes via J. Cole’s Dreamville label. You can also catch both Omen and J. Cole on tour this summer with Big Sean, YG, and more!
Stream Elephant Eyes on Spotify and watch Omen’s new music video for ‘LoveDrug’ below.