The Revenge of The Dreamers III sessions are complete.
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J. Cole made the announcement on his Twitter on Wednesday (January 16th.) Cole sent out a tweet thanking all the rappers and producers who came down to Atlanta for the sessions:
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It wasn’t just Dreamville artists who participated in the sessions. A range of legendary rappers and producers pulled up to Atlanta. Some of the confirmed guests include T.I., Rick Ross, Vince Staples, No I.D., Kenny Beats, Tay Keith, and more. All in all, over 100 rappers, producers, and (male) media members were there for the sessions.
J. Cole’s manager, Ibrahim Hamad, hinted at the daunting task at hand.
There is still no word when the album will be released.
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