“Revenge of the Dreamers III” released; Watch Online Stream & Download Album: The third compilation album by American record label Dreamville, Revenge of the Dreamers III, has finally released on July 5, 2019, by Dreamville Records and Interscope Records.
The album comprises of the contributions from Dreamville artists, J. Cole, Bas, Cozz, Omen, Lute, Ari Lennox, EarthGang, as well as J.I.D.
Revenge of the Dreamers III also features various appearances from several great artists including DaBaby, T.I, Young Nudy, Reason, Maxo Kream, Mez, Vince Staples, Ty Dolla Sign, Dreezy, Saba, and many others.
Well, Revenge of the Dreamers III has been released at 9 p.m. PT on Thursday (July 4) or midnight ET on Friday (July 5) as per to your time zone.
We have gathered the list of all the different platforms where the album has been released on, so these are here as follows:
You can stream Dreamville’s new compilation on iTunes and Apple Music. For the people who already have an Apple Music account, can easily listen to all the tracks through their phones or tablet.
And on the other hand, if you don’t have an Apple Music account and you also wanted to try it out, then you can click here to start a free 30-day trial.
Revenge of the Dreamers III is also accessible to stream on the platform on the basis of the standard release that is planned for Spotify. You can sign up if you don’t have a Spotify account and can pay only $0.99 for the first three months.
Revenge of the Dreamers III is also available to listen on Tidal. The streaming service is providing a 30-day free trial along with the Tidal Premium that is going to offer access to music videos as well as curated playlists.
Recording sessions for the album took place in Atlanta, Georgia over the period of 10 days in the month of January 2019. The label’s president, Ibrahim Hamad spoke on the recording process in an interview with XXL by revealing that“[The idea for rap camp] came about sometime in November [or] December,”
He further added, “The way we did Revenge of the Dreamers II was me grabbing records and putting them together, maybe sending one to somebody to throw a verse on and then coming to Cole. I was like, ‘We got new energy, a whole new camp of people. Let’s try for the first time to really get in and work.’”
Hamad continued and said, “The idea of that [10-day] window was ’cause I knew Bas was coming back from Africa and it was before he went on tour on the West Coast. And I knew J.I.D. was going on tour,”
“It was the only window to get everybody together. We knew it was either going to be Atlanta or L.A. I’m glad we picked Atlanta because it just has a different culture. L.A. would’ve been real industry. [In] Atlanta, the energy was just right. A lot of producers were already there. We knew that Tree Sound was a spot that was big enough and had a lot of rooms that we always rock with.”