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J. Cole Announces New ‘4 Your Eyez Only’ Documentary For HBO

posted by Oscar March 24, 2017

J. Cole has announced that will be releasing a new documentary, again using music from the latest NC rapper’s album, but now with a different focus. According to Entertainment Weekly“The documentary promises to illustrate how their struggles over viable housing, voting laws for felons, integration, and more mirror the frustrations felt across the nation,” and it uses footage from cities like Baton Rouge and Fayetteville, North Carolina (Cole’s hometown).

The documentary is called J. Cole: 4 Your Eyez Only, A Dreamville Film, and it follows up Cole’s TIDAL documentary when his latest album was announced in December, Eyez.

The docu-film was directed by J. Cole and Scott Lazer, who also worked on J. Cole’s previous HBO doc, 2014 Forest Hills Drive: Homecoming.

See the trailer above.

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J. Cole Announces New Album ‘4 Your Eyez Only’; Releases ‘Eyez’ Documentary

posted by Oscar December 2, 2016

J. Cole has unleashed a new documentary he’s titled Eyez. Stream the 40-minute doc in full above, released exclusively via TIDAL. Previously, Cole kicked off 2016 airing his Forest Hills Drive: Homecoming documentary on HBO, in support of his record 2014 Forest Hills Drive.

Yesterday, iTunes made a new J. Cole album available for pre-order and today his record label Dreamville took to Twitter to confirm that it will be called 4 Your Eyez Only and will be released on December 9th (via Dreamville/Roc Nation). Check out the cover art after the jump.

Pre-order 4 Your Eyez Only on iTunes. Continue Reading

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Video: Bas – “Clouds Never Get Old”

posted by Alberto November 8, 2016

Bassy Bas is back at it with a brand new visual off of his very dope album, Too High Too Riot. If you are overseas, do yourself a favor and check out one of his upcoming shows out there. You won’t regret it. Tickets can be found HERE. Watch the official video for “Clouds Never Get Old” directed by Scott Lazer above.

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My SXSW 2016 Recap

posted by Alberto March 24, 2016

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2016’s SXSW is officially in the books and it has to be my favorite one so far. This was my fourth year in a row attending the festival, so I felt pretty confident my plans would pan out this time around. However, things got off to a shaky start right away with me missing my flight down to Austin. Things didn’t look good at all, but thankfully I managed to make it onto a flight to Dallas and then to Austin. Shout-out to everyone that helped make that possible. Being on the standby list for a flight is not fun at all. Continue Reading

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New Album: Omen – ‘Elephant Eyes’

posted by Oscar July 21, 2015

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The long wait for Omen’s release of Elephant Eyes is finally over. The Dreamville signee’s highly-anticipated debut dropped today and now it’s also been made available for streaming in full via Spotify.

The new LP is 11 tracks strong with features from CJ Hamilton, Bas, Ari Lennox, and J. Cole. Buy the album here and hit the jump to listen to stream. Continue Reading

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Omen Releases The Cover Art and Track List for ‘Elephant Eyes’

posted by Oscar July 16, 2015

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As if you needed any more convincing that Elephant Eyes is finally coming, Omen today released the album’s cover art and track list. The debut album is set for a July 21 release and it holds features from fellow Dreamville-rs Bas and J. Cole.

See the cover artwork above and peep the track list after the jump. Continue Reading

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Omen Announces Release Date For Debut Album ‘Elephant Eyes’

posted by Oscar July 14, 2015

It’s been a long time coming but today we finally have important details on Elephant Eyes, Omen’s debut album. Three years after first announcing the project, the Chicago MC has officially announced the album to be released July 21st via J. Cole’s Dreamville label.

This Love & Hip Hop (Dreamville edition) parody trailer for Elephant Eyes that has the whole Dreamville team going against one another in a battle for LP’s release date excellently captures the sense of frustration that surrounded the making of this album. In the video, Omen feels slept on by the label leaving label executive Ibrahim Hamad stating “I’m just going to drop it and take all the credit. I’m going to just say it was a Dreamville thing.”

Check the clip above and keep your eyes peeled for Omen‘s Dreamville debut coming next Monday July 21st.