J Cole’s Dreamville launches media company and content studio with executive hires 

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Looks like Dreamville will be adding more ventures with a multi-disciplinary media company, and Dreamville Studios, a content studio that will produce original and co-produced content, Variety reported.

The leaders of the new ventures will be Damien Scott, President of Dreamville, and Candace Rodney, who serves as Dreamville’s Executive Vice President and President of Dreamville Studios.

Dreamville currently houses Deante’ Hitchcock, Ari Lennox, EarthGang, JID, and more. The North Carolina rapper co-founded the label back in 2007, under Interscope Records. The label put out the project ‘Revenge of the Dreamers III’, which was certified platinum by the RIAA earlier this year.

In their new position, Rodney and Scott will manage the daily operation of the new ventures by overseeing the J Cole’s Dreamville Festival, music, television, and film.

Dreamville is a brand we built from the ground up and the appointments of Damien and Candace allows us to take the company to levels we’ve always dreamed of while keeping our core values and beliefs at the forefront of our expansion, added Ibrahim Hamad, co-founder of Dreamville, which also boasts alliances with such brand partners as PUMA and BAPE, among others.

Written by Manny King John

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