Dreamville Records, the label founded by J. Cole, launched a fashion collaboration with Daily Paper known as the Dream Daily collection.

Dreamville Festival, created by Dreamville Records boss J. Cole, returns to his native North Carolina in April 2023.

JID, one of the standout rappers in the Dreamville Records camp, delivers on his promising talent with The Forever Story.

The last time the Dreamville Records team have performed as a full unit was the Dreamville Festival in 2019.

The supergroup consisting of EARTHGANG, J.I.D., Mereba, Benji, Jurdan Bryant, Hollywood JB, & 6LACK dropped one of 2020's best LPs in Spilligion.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BzgsnF0ldoA/ The Hip-Hop world was on notice after J. Cole and his sprawling Dreamville Records team rolled out a series of images highlighting the gang was hard at work on a new compilation project featuring, well, everybody. After months of preparation and a behind the scenes documentary, Revenge Of The Dreamers III is now available […]

J. Cole and his Dreamville Records collective long ago shared footage and photos of them hard at work on the upcoming collaborative project, Revenge Of The Dreamers III. On Wednesday (June 26), the North Carolina star shared a trailer of a documentary that captured the sessions leading up to the compilation album.

Hip-Hop is still getting familiar with Atlanta MC J.I.D. So he used this Funk Flex freestyle re-introduce himself properly. 

It’s a good day to be a Hip-Hop fan. Along with a surprise album from Kendrick Lamar and a collaborative mixtape from Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz, the Internets were also blessed with full-length releases from Dreamville’s Bas and Harlem-bred rhymeslinger Smoke DZA.

With his Too High Too Riot album set to release March 4, Dreamville’s Bas returns with a pair of audible delights for fans listening pleasure.

Dreamville’s own Bas has been laying low, save for a solo song and guest appearance on the Revenge of the Dreamers compilation project. But that all changes today with “Methylone,” the latest release from his forthcoming album Too High To Riot (due in stores March 11).

J. Cole’s 2014 Forest Hills Drive was preceded by releases from Dreamville newcomers Bas (Last Winter) and Cozz (Cozz & Effect), culminating a major year for the label. Lost in the fray was Omen, an early Dreamville recruit, who waves the Dreamville flag on his long-awaited project Elephant Eyes.