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AriAri Lennox - PHO
PHO is the debut studio project from Dreamville signee Ari Lennox. The 7 track EP is mostly produced by DJ Grumble, who delivered “Backseat,” with additional production from Felly and Hollywood JB. Ari says the project sounds like, “Modern, relaxed, turned up soul.”
BasToo High To Riot
Bas major label debut features his new single, “Methylone,” and “Night Job” featuring J. Cole. The sonic foundation of the album is produced by Ron Gilmore, Ogee Handz + DikC, Cedric Brown, Cam O’bi, Soundwavve, Subdaio, and The Hics. Recorded in London, LA and New York, Too High To Riot…
J. ColeForest Hills Drive Live
History turned into an album. Just in time for Cole’s born day, Forest Hills Drive Live includes thirteen tracks recorded live from Cole’s sold-out show at Crown Coliseum in his hometown of Fayetteville, N.C. The show was also featured in his HBO documentary Forest Hills Drive: Homecoming.
Cozz aka Cody Macc is back with his second offering. ‘Nothin Personal’ is a free mixtape brought to you by Cozz & Tha Committee Records/Dreamville Records. Entirly produced by Meez with features from Bas, Boogie, Corey C, and FreeAckrite.
Lute, Omen, Ari, Cozz, Bas, J. ColeRevenge of the Dreamers II
The sequel to 2014’s Revenge of the Dreamers compilation features a nine-track set with appearances from Cole, Omen, Cozz, Lute, Ari and Bas. The Dreamville crew also make appearances, alongside the Social Experiment’s Donnie Trumpet and Correy C.
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.
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.
BasTwo Weeks Notice
To Whom It May Concern, Last Winter. Two Weeks Notice. Bas presents quick new tape consisting of six new tracks, that are both freestyles and remixes over cuts like “Move That Dope”, “Happy” and more. Check it out.
Revenge of the Dreamers
A gift for you from Dreamville. This shit started back in 07′ summertime. Muhammad crib. (Check the logo on the back of the come up.) Dreamville partnered with Interscope Records (RIP Pac!). Congrats to the Dreamville staff, the movement. This is only the beginning. Enjoy the tape!
J. ColeBorn Sinner
Born Sinner is the second studio album by Cole. The album features guest appearances from Miguel, Amber Coffman, Kendrick Lamar, TLC, James Fauntleroy, 50 Cent, Bas and Jhené Aiko. The album was primarily produced by Cole himself. The album featured four singles—”Power Trip”, “Crooked Smile”, “Forbidden Fruit”, and “She Knows”.