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It's always nice when your friends bring up old stuff that they're still grateful for. Props to J. Cole and 21 Savage.

Dreamville is putting all 2022 music festivals on notice. The house that J. Cole built announced the Dreamville Festival that will feature a star-studded lineup that includes roster favorites like  Ari Lennox and EarthGang as well as acts like Lil Baby, Moneybagg Yo and Wale.

Outside is now open and fans want to see what the 2021 J. Cole live show is looking like. He recently shared a trailer and confirmed The Off Season tour in a matter of 48 hours. As spotted on Hypebeast the Roc Nation talent has given his followers something to look forward to this fall. On […]

If you said you had a star rapper playing for an African pro team in 2021 on your bingo card, we'd call you a liar. But, J. Cole is reportedly on the roster of the Rwanda team in the new Basketball Africa League (BAL).

Dreamville Records founders J. Cole and Ibrahim Hamad are expanding their imprint into a multi-media division and a content studio. The new endeavors will be led by two seasoned executives who are tasked to grow Dreamville into a cross-verticle powerhouse in entertainment, film, and live events.

No Limit general Master P is hinting that J. Cole is looking to follow in his footsteps...athletically.

Although we'd stop short of calling this a beef, J. Cole's new single "Snow On Tha Bluff" was the first salvo in this brewing war of words.

J. Cole has the streets buzzing with the release of his latest song, but depending on who you ask, reactions are all over the place and it seems even fellow rapper Chance The Rapper has something to say. On Tuesday (Jun 16), J. Cole dropped his new track, "Snow On Tha Bluff," taking aim at who many fans have deciphered as Chicago rapper/activist Noname. While J. Cole took to Twitter to address the controversy without naming his target specifically, he did state he stood by his words before encouraging fans to follow Noname on social media citing her as a leader.