Cole and his Dreamville team’s sessions lasted just 10 days yet attracted some of Hip Hop’s top MCs and producers. Rick Ross, T.I., Big K.R.I.T., Westside Gunn, Ski Mask The Slump God, Wale, Tay Keith, Kenny Beats and S1 were among the notable artists to participate.
No release date for Revenge Of The Dreamers III has been announced. The highly anticipated album will be the label’s first compilation since 2015’s Revenge Of The Dreamers II.
(This post has been updated. The following was originally published on January 7, 2018.)
J. Cole is assembling a roster of his Dreamville artists, producers and some special guests to record a new compilation. The 2018 HipHopDX Rapper of the Year sent out a notice for a variety of contributors to come to Atlanta to create the Revenge of the Dreamers III album over a 10-day span.
Cole unveiled a version of the invite sent to artists on Sunday night (January 6) via social media. Dreamville Records President Ibrahim “Ib” Hamad elaborated on the ambitious plan via Twitter that same night.
“We got 10 days to try and make this Revenge of the Dreamers III album,” he wrote. “Think we can do it?”