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OmenElephant Eyes

Omen’s long awaited Dreamville debut details his journey towards success and love through an honest recollection of his memories. Elephants never forget.


J. Cole2014 Forest Hills Drive

The album name is derived from the address of J. Cole’s actual childhood home in Fayetteville, North Carolina. The project is a meditation on the value of love relative to worldly success. Fuck Money, Spread Love.


CozzCozz & Effect

Dreamville / Interscope is proud to announce the debut project from the label’s second signee, Cozz, a fiercely engaging 20 year old rapper from South Central, Los Angeles. The 12-track project features guest appearances from label head J. Cole, Enimal, Free Ackrite and labelmate Bas.


BasLast Winter

Last Winter is the debut studio project from Bas and was released on April 29, 2014 by Dreamville Records and Interscope Records. According to the Bas, Last Winter is “a conceptual project about hoping to break away from tough times.” It includes features from J. Cole, K-Quick, and Mack Wilds.


Black Friday: Dreamville x TDE

Dreamville and TDE team up to give some Black Friday $ specials free of charge!


J. Cole remixes 'Can I Kick It?' by A Tribe Called Quest

  November 13 marks the 25th Anniversary  of Tribe Called Quest’s 1990 debut LP, People’s Instinctive Travels and the Paths of Rhythm. To celebrate, the rap group is dropping a re-issue of the classic album with three fresh remixes. North Carolina rapper

Music Video

Cozz - I Need That ft. Bas

Cozz links up with fellow Dreamville artist Bas for the single “I Need That”. The visual, directed by Doubi Bishara, highlights his year on the road with his Dreamville crew. Watch as he and Bas emerging from the smoke and


Dreamville to perform at Air + Style Music Festival

J. Cole, Bas, Cozz and Omen are set to play at the Air + Style Music Festival in L.A. The two-day festival takes place at Expo Park between February 20 – 21. Tickets and Details @ Air + Style


J.I.D added to Omen's EE Tour

  EE Tour just got more exciting, an upcoming artist from Atlanta named J.I.D has been added to the 4 City tour which starts November 16. Buy tickets HERE (Limited seats left) You can also check out J.I.D’s music @ Soundcloud


Wet Dreamz nominated for Funniest Video!

Year in Vevo 2015 nominations are out and Wet Dreamz is up for Funniest Video of the year! The rather interesting take on the visuals was an instant fan favorite when released. Voting and more details @ VEVO


BAS performs at TIDAL X Concert

BAS performed at the Tidalx1020 concert Tuesday night in Brooklyn, his biggest stage yet. With the help of fellow fiend @Oakshades and Sean Mcverry on the keys, he performed his popular single, Lit, along with hits from his debut LP,


Omen Announces Elephant Eyes Tour with New Song " Purple lights"

Dreamville signee Omen announces 4 date national tour in support of recent project ELEPHANT EYES. Kicking off 11/16 in Los Angeles, the tour will also hit Boston and New York City, finishing off with a hometown Chicago show (full dates and venues


J. Cole cameo in Miguel's new "WAVES" Video

Cole’s long-time friend and collaborator, Miguel dropped an intriguing visual for his latest single, WAVES, featuring cameos from J. Cole and Wale.


J. Cole wins at the BET Hip-Hop Awards

J. Cole wins Rap Album and Live Performer of the year at the BET Hip-Hop Awards 2015. Full list of Winners @ BET #ColeWorld


J. Cole joins Drake & Chance The Rapper at ACL 2015

Drake & Chance The Rapper surprised their audiences at the ACL music festival and brought out J. Cole as a guest performer. More details/pictures HERE


Forest Hills Drive Nominated for 2015 AMA Best Rap Album

J. Cole received the Best album nomination in the Rap/Hip-Hop category at the American Music Awards 2015 for his latest album, 2014 Forest Hills Drive. The awards air live on November 22 8 PM EST. Full Nominee list HERE


Mass Appeal interviews "Dreamville Underdog" OMEN

OMEN sits down with Mass Appeal to discuss his recent album Elephant Eyes, production, the Grind and being a part of Dreamville Records. Full Interview @ Mass Appeal


BAS added to Tidal Fan Appreciation Concert

Bas will be performing at the Barclay’s Center for the TIDAL Fan appreciation concert. The concert is held on October 20. Line up includes Beyonce, Jay-Z, Nicki Minaj and many more! Complimentary stream and tickets @ TIDAL #FIENDS


J. Cole takes over Summer Ends Music Festival 2.0

J. Cole recently performed at the Summer Ends Music Festival 2.0 in Tempe, Arizona. Cole’s set featured highlights from 2014 Forest Hills Drive such as “Apparently” and fan-favorite “No Role Modelz”. Check out some images from J. Cole’s performance below.


WRG Magazine interviews Bas

When this New York rapper reached new heights, he was lucky enough to have people around to keep him grounded. Sunken on the leather sofa of his dressing room, Bas basks in the fleeting moments of downtime he has before


Rap Radar Podcast: Ibrahim "Ib" Hamad

Fresh from headlining Madison Square Garden, J.Cole’s manager Ibrahim “Ib” Hamad grants Rap Radar a rare discussion about his journey with one of hip-hop’s most successful acts, the keys to cultivating a loyal consumer fanbase, the lack of recognition from


J. Cole is a Superstar via Source Mag

As J. Cole sat atop the faux roof of 2014 Forest Hills Drive–the childhood home he named his 3rd studio album after–at Madison Square Garden in New York City last night, he began to tell a story many rappers tell


Sway sits down with J. Cole

In Sway’s highly anticipated interview with J. Cole, this NC rapper opens up about all things music, Dreamville and breaks down his current mind state.


Bally and J. Cole

Go off the grid with Bally and J. Cole as he escapes the connected world in search of musical inspiration. Take in the breath-taking landscapes of Jamaica and experience the true notion of the ‘Urban Explorer’.


Village Voice Covers Forest Hills Drive Tour

Once upon a time there was a kid from Fayetteville, North Carolina, who moved to the big city with dreams of becoming a hip-hop star — but J. Cole’s career was far from a fairy tale. A college student at