Fresh off his Grammy Award nomination for Best Rap Album with 2014 Forest Hills Drive, J. Cole isn’t contempt basking in the glory all the way to February. Like he has his Dreamville cohorts did around this time last year, their second compilation album, Revenge of the Dreamers II has arrived for pre-order on iTunes […]
Dreamville’s own Bas ends his hiatus with the release of “Night Job,” a new track featuring J. Cole.
Dreamville rapper revisits his 2014 project Last Winter in a new visual for “Fiji Water In My Iron.”
Drake is bringing OVO Fest to his native Toronto for a sixth consecutive year, but this year will be the biggest show yet.
It took a lot longer than expected, but J. Cole finally announces the upcoming Forest Hills Drive tour, which begins in March.
Moving along, Hip-Hop Wired gifts readers with some Christmas Day joy via Wired 25: The 25 Best Albums Of 2014.
In a perfect world, the art of staying woke–being aware of the events transpiring in the–world would be a global practice. Since that isn’t the case, Dreamville’s own Bas challenges listeners to “be alert” in the visual for “Mook In New Mexico.”
The recent rollout of the 2014 MTV VMA nominees featured plenty of past entries for The Wrap Up: Hip-Hop Wired’s Top 10 Videos Of The Week and this week’s countdown could possibly contain future million+ viewed videos and gamechangers. TLC once sung what about your friends and one visual in the list shows the depth […]
Bas, who represents Queens and Dreamville Records, takes viewers back to where he was born in the visual for “Charles De Gaulle To JFK.”
Dreamville artist Bas is mentioned in a lot more Rap conversations since the release of is Interscope debut Last Winter. Hip-Hop Wired recently spoke with the promising rapper from Queens about the project and why he’s afraid to have a daughter.
UPDATE: Bas debuted a visual for “My N***a Just Made Bail” that fans can find after the jump. Today, Bas became the first Dreamville Records artists to release commercially with Last Winter. On the body of work, you’ll find some crew love on a J. Cole-assisted standout record titled “My N***a Just Made Bail.”