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J. Cole Announces Dreamville Compilation Album 'Revenge Of the Dreamers III'

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J. Cole performs at Wireless Festival at Finsbury Park in London on July 6, 2018.

J. Cole is reuniting the superheroes of Dreamville. Over the course of the next 10 days (until Jan. 16), Cole will curate the Revenge of the Dreamers III compilation album, where he will be holed up with his collaborators recording the fresh project in Atlanta. The North Carolina native posted the official golden invite Sunday (Jan. 6), as other members of Dreamville followed suit. 

"Your presence and participation is requested for the recording sessions of the upcoming compilation album 'Revenge of the Dreamers III,'" reads each invite across the top. J.I.D., Earthgang, Ari Lennox, Bas, Cozz, Omen, TDE's Reason, and many more reposted the summons with their hyped acceptance.

Cole looks to be enlisting a star-studded lineup that will include guest appearances from artists outside the Dreamville family. Wale posted a short clip with his "My Boy" collaborator early Monday (Jan. 7), featuring the matching Nike footwork the pair was currently rocking in the studio.

Dreamville executive Ibrahim Hamad also invited Curren$y to join the creative bliss on Twitter, so be on the lookout for an additional cameo from the New Orleans-bred MC.

Revenge of the Dreamers II released back in late 2015; the third installment is still without a concrete release date.

Check out J. Cole's original post announcing the album below. 


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