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Here’s the Trailer for Dreamville’s Revenge of the Dreamers 3.

J. Cole and the crew are back with Revenge of the Dreamers 3, which is due to drop this year. Hot on the heels of its first two singles (one of which is in the trailer), the clip sets the stage for what’s sure to be a dope experience for Dreamville supporters everywhere.

“I had this idea,” Cole says in the preview. “Let’s go somewhere, lock-in and invite a bunch of outside producers and artists to come f**k with us and just make this album.”

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Meek Mill Is Now a Co-Owner of LIDS.

Meek Mill is making money moves. Now the co-owner of LIDS, Meek Mill will be helping to oversee the brands business strategy ahead of the release of his limited-edition hat line, which is reportedly due in August.

“I’ve always been a fan of Lids. Growing up, I remember buying their hats to match my outfits and look my best,” Meek said in a press release. “It’s amazing to see my relationship with the brand come full-circle and have the opportunity to evolve as a businessman. We have a great team in place and we’re looking forward to taking Lids to new heights.”

“It’s truly a pleasure to welcome Meek to the Lids ownership team,” Lawrence Berger, co-founder and partner of Lids’ parent group, Ames Watson, also stated. “From afar, I’ve respected Meek’s zeal for music and criminal justice reform, and I know that enthusiasm will translate to our work with Lids. His business acumen, passion for fashion and creative outlook will be vital to making us a more versatile brand.”

Kevin Durant Has Declined His Player Option of $31.5 Million to Become an Unrestricted Free Agent.

According to Kevin Durant’s business manager, Rich Kleiman, Durant will be keeping his options open as he reportedly shared their “private” decision Warriors general manager Bob Myers.

As explained by The Jasmine Brand, at this point Durant can either sign a four-year, $164 million deal with another team or re-sign with the Warriors on a five-year, $221 million deal.

“The former NBA MVP winner enters the offseason as perhaps the biggest name on the market alongside the Boston Celtics’ Kyrie Irving, the NBA champions Toronto Raptors‘ Kawhi Leonard and Durant’s Warriors teammate, Klay Thompson,” they add.

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