Atlanta rap duo EarthGang’s newest song, “Strong Friends,” off their latest album, Ghetto Gods, builds on the legacy of artists like DMX, Kid Cudi and others by destigmatizing the idea of weakness in black men and women.
The new venture is an invitation for musicians and fans to submit songs to Smino and EarthGang, and a chance to get a one-on-one mentoring session with Mustard.
It looks like J. Cole is not dropping an album anytime soon. On Wednesday (Jul 15), Dreamville president and co-founder Ibrahim Hamad took to Twitter to shoot down rumors that J. Cole was releasing a new project after Dreamville artist Olu claimed that the project was coming soon.
While J. Cole has been rather quiet regarding his newest effort it seems fans have something to look forward to. One of his collaborators has confirmed he has new work on the way.
YesJulz invited an avalanche of slander after bigging up EarthGang, and rightfully so, but throwing Big Boi under the bus in the process. After getting corrected by the Internet for saying the Dreamville crew is like Outkast “with two Andres,” the more active half of the famed Atlanta duo brushed off the slander as cool […]
YesJulz managed to crawl out from under whatever rock she finessed from someone to give off an opinion that nobody in the free world needed or asked for. The social media influencer is now catching the wrath of Twitter after comparing EarthGang to the legendary Outkast and is getting absolutely cooked for it.
After years of grinding, Atlanta duo EarthGang made their biggest move yet after being signed by J. Cole's Dreamville Records.