J. Cole Announces New Project ‘Revenge of The Dreamers III’
Dreamville taking over for the ’19 and 2020.
On Sunday, January 6th, J. Cole announced a new compilation project: Revenge of The Dreamers III. Interesting enough, he hasn’t even started recording it yet.
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The rapper went to his social media accounts and released an invitation, asking him to participate in the making of Revenge of The Dreamers III:
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Numerous rappers from Dreamville Records got their own personalized invitation:
3peat @Dreamville pic.twitter.com/iUXcFcoSWi
— Bas (@Bas) January 7, 2019
— Venus & Doc (@EarthGang) January 7, 2019
I’m humbled. @Dreamville I’m otw! pic.twitter.com/8cL8kmguUX
— MALIK (@malikonthenet) January 7, 2019
Been requested by the man himself #rotd3 pic.twitter.com/YW4mmuJfeR
— Cozz (@cody_macc) January 7, 2019
pullin up pic.twitter.com/fvFCboJC9m
— sto boi (@OhChristo) January 7, 2019
Invitation accepted. #ROTDIII pic.twitter.com/H7wf31Bomn
— omen (@omen) January 7, 2019
@JColeNC thank you for having me🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾 pic.twitter.com/mnGA60dete
— REASON TDE (@reasonTDE) January 7, 2019
🙋🏿♀️ will be there #ROTD3 pic.twitter.com/D0VqMu74sf
— Ari Lennox (@AriLennox) January 7, 2019
Btw @lute_west9 not playing with y’all either #ROTD3 pic.twitter.com/RCWUriCnsE
— Ice Bear (@ZekeST80s) January 7, 2019
According to the invite, Revenge of The Dreamers III will be recorded over a 10-day span, from January 6th to the 16th. This was something J. Cole’s manager, Ibrahim ‘Ib’ Hamad, confirmed on Twitter:
We got 10 days to try and make this Revenge of the Dreamers III album. Think we can do it?
— Ibrahim H. (@KingOfQueenz) January 7, 2019
The last Revenge of the Dreamers project dropped in 2015.