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As you may know recently Dreamville ringleader J Cole left the BAL (Basketball Africa League) so he’s technically in his basketball AND rap Off-Season. But that hasn’t stopped the Fayetteville, NC bred rapper as he continues to promote his new album of the same title continuing on his path and “a p p l y i […]
J. Cole is coming back home to America after playing a few games with the Rwanda Patriots in the BAL.
Terrell Stoglin, one of the best players in the BAL, had some sharp criticism for rapper-turned-baller, J. Cole.
Fayetteville’s finest also secured his first Number Ones on two Hip-Hop/Rap songs charts.
Plus, Nicki Minaj scored another Top 5 entry with her ‘Beam Me Up Scotty’ mixtape.
Silk Sonic’s “Leave the Door Open” returns to No. 1.
Watch the new visuals from the Dreamville Records leader.
The “My Life” spitter connects with Kevin Durant and Eddie Gonzalez for a conversation about being the GOAT.
Jermaine is projected to earn his sixth consecutive solo Number One.
J. Cole thrilled spectators at the Kigali Arena during his debut for the Rwanda Patriots.
Hollywood Cole drops off his new body of work.
A music and marketing insider in Rwanda speaks on the Basketball Africa League.
J. Cole is the first artist to land on the cover of Hoops Magazine, as he prepares for his upcoming season in the NBA’s Africa League!
Watch the Dreamville leader’s latest short film.
The Dreamville leader is getting ready to let loose his next studio LP.
Listen to Jermaine’s latest track co-produced by T-Minus and Tommy Parker.
J. Cole has the world waiting on his upcoming release “The Off-Season” which is going to be released next week!
The Wu-Tang spitter shouts out Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole, Drake, Lil Baby, Bobby Shmurda, and other rap stars.
Dreamville fans could be just weeks away from new music by Hollywood Cole.