[Album Download] 2019.: Dreamville - Revenge of the Dreamers 3
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2018 was a hectic year for Dreamville Records, launching tasks by J. Cole, Cozz, Bas and J.I.D The label prepares to ride off the momentum from an excellent year into 2019, with their upcoming Vengeance of the Dreamers III collection LP. J. Cole required to Twitter on Sunday night (Jan Right after Cole published his welcome, other members of the Dreamville team and their affiliates started publishing their personalized posters. The album will include Ari Lennox, Bas, Cozz, EarthGang, Omen, and J.I.D. Producers like Dreamville's go-to beat maker Elite, DZL and more will likewise lend an assisting hand for the project in addition to other unique visitors like Reason of TDE, who was inspired by Cole to start rapping, along with K-Camp and Rap Artist Big Pooh.
2019 has been rewarding thus far for J. Cole, J.I.D., Ari Lennox, EarthGang, Prophecy, Lute, Bas, Cozz, and the Dreamville group. Earlier this year, the J. Cole's roster gathered in the studio to host a who's who of musical skill including Big K.R.I.T., Mike Will Made It, DJ Khaled, Swizz Beatz, Factor, T.I., Rick Ross, 9th Wonder, Benny The Butcher, Buddy, and Wale, among others. The ensemble spent 10 days directly taping and composing for the Cole curated album, Revenge Of The Dreamers III. Upon release, it will be the 3rd compilation task from J. Cole's team. The week-plus, invitation-only Rap Camp" has thrilled numerous Hip-Hop Heads about the task that currently has no verified release date.
Cole, Ari Lennox, EarthGang, J.I.D, Ibrahim Hamad (co-founder of Dreamville), Bas, omen and lut all changed their profile to a yellow, unprinted image. The unified change in Dreamville's profile video footage follows several members of the label teased the imminent release of Revenge of the Dreamers III recently. EarthGang, Bas and Omen each posted on the project a few days earlier.
The principle of Revenge of the Dreamers III is basic in practice. From January 6-16, the Dreamville group and business are congregating in an Atlanta studio to craft the project from start to finish. Invitational flyers asking for artist's existence and participation in the recording sessions supply extensive concepts of who may appear on the task. Sensibly extending far beyond the Dreamville lineup, every artist posting the flyer with their name on it is receiving widespread applause and congratulations, increasing intrigue into the task as a whole.
It takes a town to execute a vision including a lot of moving parts. However Dreamville developed a masterful strategy. Centralize a massive-scale operation and concentrate on what actually matters: the artists who deserve a seat at the table and individuals who take in the final product. And most notably, the potential in this rollout isn't limited to these 10 days in the studio. Unlocking to J Cole-helmed sessions within an industry that appears closed off by the gatekeeper frame of mind lays a foundation for what the future could look like for the next generation of creatives. One where openness and the freedom to exchange concepts through various viewpoints and levels of expertise shape the music and how it exists to the world.
Dreamville has dropped another 2 songs off the upcoming task Revenge of the Dreamers III. Every song release has had numerous functions from all of the artists he invited into the studio to work on the job. J. Cole took to social networks today to lastly announce the new album will be readily available this Friday, July 5th. Days far from the album's release, Dreamville finds themselves responsible for an exceptionally fantastic moment for Hip-Hop in 2019. Grab your popcorn and dive into the short-film, above.
Directed by David Peters, REVENGE: A Dreamville Movie take us into the recording sessions for Revenge of the Dreamers III and put the spotlight on Cole and other members of the Dreamville lineup. A couple of familiar faces pop up in the brief trailer seen above, including Bas, JID and the stunning Ari Lennox among others. In the past few years, Dreamville has built up a remarkable roster of skilled artists who are enthusiastic about the art form. Like Cole, they aren't here to be one-hit wonders or make a fast dollar-- they aspire to develop their own tradition, striving to cement their names along with their leader's in rap's hall of popularity.
When it comes to the rest of Dreamville, Revenge of the Dreamers III could also be an exceptional opportunity to showcase some unheard internal cooperations. EarthGang's sound would've fit right in on Bas's vibe-heavy album Galaxy, and it's been some time given that we've heard anything from Lute, who is reported to appear on the album together with Cole on a track titled Canine Catchers" that was partly dripped by Dreamville co-founder Ibrahim Hamad on Instagram. Another suggested track with Cole features Drake and Young Nudy over an unheard beat produced by CHASETHEMONEY.
In the first single, Down Bad," Dreamville captain J. Cole is joined by Bas, JID, Olu of EarthGang (aka Johnny Venus), and unique guest Young Nudy for a high-velocity display of penmanship that will go down as one of the bangers of the summer. Featuring a squalling beat that harkens back to the late-80s production design of the Bomb Squad-- huge brass hits, flanged strings-- the five rap artists provide a posse cut full of bruising punchlines and chest-pounding boasts.
After announcing the upcoming album, "Revenge Of The Dreamers III" yesterday, (Jan 7th, 2019) J Cole and his label Dreamville have actually decided to connect to all the potential guest features for the new project. Dreamville might be crafting up a classic. Check out a list of the A-listers who are confirmed to be working on Revenge of the Dreamers III below.
The variety of artists involved in the Revenge of the Dreamers III recording sessions (over 100 producers, rappers, singers and artists by the majority of counts) right away sets the sessions apart from previous hip-hop collaboration tasks. By comparison, its predecessor Vengeance of the Dreamers II credited less than 20 artists. No matter the last tracklist for the 3rd setup, that volume of innovative ability and networking will land Dreamville in the middle of some serious artistic access.
Vengeance of the Dreamers III, meanwhile, was taped previously this month, and will feature contributions from throughout the Dreamville team, that includes J. Cole, Bas, Cozz, Omen, J.I.D., Lute, EarthGang and Ari Lennox. Big K.R.I.T., DJ Khaled, Rapsody, Vince Staples, Wale, and Rick Ross, among others, were all welcomed to go to the recording sessions.
Ari Lennox's new album release, Shea Butter Infant, nevertheless, only included two features, each from other Dreamville artists. Because we understand that Ari would not have actually sat out the recording sessions, it's probably safe to expect more than a few of the features missing from her solo album turning up on Vengeance of the Dreamers III. The sessions summoned a long list of gifted R&B singers to select from, such as BJ the Chicago Kid, Saba, 6LACK and Mereba, and Findlay's function story also mentions hearing bits of Ari on an emotional tune about a relationship gone astray," with Smino, Pal and King Mez.
ROTD3 may steal the program right at the start of the year. The distinction between the third instalment and the last collaborative efforts is that the task has expanded from a completely in-house effort to an epic cooperation between Dreamville and much of the most skilled in the game right now. J. Cole is playing the role of the Willy Wonka of rap sending out invites to the lucky few who get to enter the wonderland that is that Atlanta studio right now. Producers, Rappers, and Singers are being reached out to through these golden tickets being posted online.
The album will include contributions from Dreamville artists, J. Cole, Bas, Cozz, Prophecy, Lute, Ari Lennox, EarthGang, and J.I.D 2 Recording sessions for the album occurred in Atlanta over the course of 10 days in January 2019. Over 100 artists and hip hop producers were welcomed to the sessions consisting of, Huge K.R.I.T., Mike Will Made It, DJ Khaled, Swizz Beatz, Tay Keith, T.I., Rick Ross, 9th Wonder and Wale, among others.
Since the anticipated April release of J. Cole and Dreamville's Return of the Dreamers 3 has actually reoccured, the artists have now dropped a series of tips relating to the imminent release. Various artists fulfilled at Atlanta's Tree Sound Studios to tape Vengeance Of The Dreamers III. The #ROTDIII sessions reportedly featured all of the Dreamville functions as well as other Hip Hop stars such as T.I., Rick Ross, Ludacris, Swizz Beatz, Meek Mill, DJ Khaled, Wale, Lil Baby, and Vince Staples.
Breaking down Dreamville's recent power moves sets a phase not just for the success of Revenge of the Dreamers III, however for Dreamville artists as a whole. Cole has actually been thoroughly picking his team given that 2007, biding his time and using his name to help place on a meticulously picked team that he felt shared his passion. The Dreamville recording sessions at the start of the year left everybody curious.
On July 1, 2019, an additional 2 songs from the album were released: LamboTruck featuring Cozz, Factor, and Childish Significant 35 and Costa Rica featuring Bas, J.I.D, Guapdad 4000, Reese Laflare, Jace, Mez, Smokepurpp, Friend, and Ski Mask the Depression God 36 Both songs were released together as an extended play titled,, The EP's title is referencing the name of the site that Dreamville was offering minimal product on July 1, associated with the album.
Dreamville will release its Vengeance: A Dreamville Film that will provide a behind-the-scenes glimpse at how artists and producers connected to various sounds and different labels, came together with Cole's imprint to produce the upcoming Vengeance of the Dreamers III album. Together with the merch and album, an accompanying documentary entitled REVENGE: A Dreamville Film has also be released today. The documentary spotlights the album's recording sessions which were kept in Atlanta previously this year. Behind-the-scenes footage will, naturally, likewise be featured.
Down Bad" counts verses from Cole, J.I.D, Bas, EARTHGANG, and Young Nudy. Got Me" features Ari Lennox, Prophecy, Ty Dolla $ign, and Dreezy. Nudy, Ty Dolla $ign, and Dreezy are the only guests from outside the Dreamville label. Cole's last appropriate album, KOD, came out in 2018, however he's presently dealing with a follow-up titled The Fall Off. In current months, he launched his Dreamville Celebration in North Carolina and supposedly taped music with Drake.