Fayetteville, NC – J. Cole’s first-ever Dreamville Festival was slated to occur final weekend (September 15), however was cancelled as a result of Hurricane Florence.

Scheduled performers included his KOD Tour mate Young Thug, in addition to SZA, Big Sean, and naturally, Cole himself.

On Thursday night (September 21), the Dreamville Foundation, Cole’s nonprofit, launched reduction efforts for these affected by Hurricane Florence.

The group shall be establishing sizzling meals stations, momentary housing choices for households, and supplying meals for pantries and shelters all through Cole’s hometown of Fayetteville, North Carolina. They will even help “different native nonprofits who assist present providers for the folks in Fayetteville.”

According to Dreamville’s web site, over 19,000 individuals are presently residing in shelters in North Carolina from the consequences of the hurricane. A record-breaking 30 inches of rainfall has additionally affected the state with much more flooding anticipated all through the upcoming weeks.

To study extra about Dreamville’s Hurricane Florence reduction efforts or to donate, click on right here.

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