Last night, the second leg of J.Cole’s Dollar And A Dream Tour touched down in NYC and motherfuckers were lined up around the block for those $1 tickets. Here are a couple of clips from the performance courtesy of VIBE. Above, Jermaine does “Just To Get By” and “Dead Presidents II” and below is a clip of him doing “Dreams”.
The lineup for the Philly leg of this year’s bi-coastal Budwesier Made In America Festival was revealed today and Kanye West and Kings of Leon will be headlining. Also slated to appear on J.Cole, Pharrell, De La Soul, YG and Danny Brown. The full lineup is listed on that flyer above, but you may need a magnifying glass to identify some of the smaller acts.
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Off Bas’ Last Winter project, out now.
Watch the first webisode of J. Cole and Dreamville Records’ Revenge of the Dreamers vlog series giving us a behind-the-scenes look during the rapper’s What Dreams May Come True tour.
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Yo Gotti’s I Am is in stores now.
J. Cole brought out JAY Z at the New York City stop of his What Dreams My Come True Tour which took place at Theater at Madison Square Garden tonight. Along with a performance of “Public Service Announcement,” Cole received a gift from Mr. Carter: His original ROC chain.
Earlier, J. Cole announced the partnership of his Dreamville label with Interscope Records and released the 11-track Revenge of the Dreamers mixtape.
Kendrick also joined Jermaine on stage, which you can watch after the jump.
J. Cole is celebrating his 29th birthday with a major announcement and a free project. The Roc Nation MC has announced the official partnership of his Dreamville Records imprint with Interscope Records as well as the release of the 11-track Revenge of the Dreamers mixtape featuring Dreamville’s roster including Bas and Omen.