J. Cole previously described Nas as one of his heroes.
J. Cole will still close out the event, but a new lineup is expected to be announced.
This week’s staff-curated playlist also features Khalid, HEALTH, and Noname.
Sadly, no women made into the higher earning brackets.
The chance to see Thom Yorke, Mitski, or J. Cole this fall should help you deal with the end of summer.
The festival was to feature SZA, Big Sean, Young Thug, and Nelly, along with J. Cole.
Chance the Rapper, Solange, Questlove, Ellen Degeneres, Missy Elliott, and more react to the death of Mac Miller
Khalid, Wiz Khalifa, Jaden Smith, and Mark McGrath also offer their condolences.
The inaugural Raleigh, NC-based event also promises Nelly, Rich the Kid, Teyana Taylor, Saba, and EarthGang.
The Dreamville MC gets braggadocios over the beat to Nas and the Bravehearts’ “Oochie Wally”.
They’ll join previously announced opener Young Thug.
Featuring Daniel Caesar and Wale.
The latest single from Rock’s excellent Redemption gets a resonant visual.