Atlanta, GA – J. Cole is assembling a roster of his Dreamville artists, producers and a few particular company to document a brand new compilation. The 2018 RealStreetRadio Rapper of the Year despatched out a discover for quite a lot of contributors to return to Atlanta to create the Revenge of the Dreamers III album over a 10-day span.

Cole unveiled a model of the invite despatched to artists on Sunday evening (January 6) social media. Dreamville Records President Ibrahim “Ib” Hamad elaborated on the bold plan Twitter that very same evening.

“We obtained 10 days to try to make this Revenge of the Dreamers III album,” he wrote. “Think we will do it?”

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Hamad up to date followers on the album’s progress on Monday (January 7).

“Shout out to everybody that pulled as much as Day one in all these Revenge of the Dreamers three periods, shit felt particular,” he wrote. “Day two, let’s get it.”

The total Dreamville roster shared variations of the Cole invite with their respective names listed on the prime. Artists outdoors the label equivalent to Rapper Big Pooh, Ok Camp and Top Dawg Entertainment’s REASON additionally revealed they acquired invites.

Check out a number of the contributors being tapped for Revenge of the Dreamers three beneath.

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#dreamville ROTD3

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J Cole said it’s time ✍🏾📈

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👍🏾 #dreamville

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