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Here’s two new joints from Dreamville featuring Cozz, Reason, Guapdad 4000, Buddy and more. Listen to “Costa Rica” and “Lambo Truck” below and stay tuned, ‘Revenge of the Dreamers III’ drops this Friday!

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Cozz ‘The Effected Tour’ Documentary

Cozz just finished up his tour, so it’s only right that he gives his fans a deeper look at ‘The Effected Tour’ with this documentary. Above you can catch all the behind the scenes and LIVE footage you can handle. Check it out above and enjoy!

On a clout scale from 1-9, Cozz ranks his writing process, XXL Freshman list, Rolling Loud Music Fest, Lil Tay, J.Cole K.O.D., Rick & Morty, Kanye West In 2018, Instagram DMS, Lebron James, and The Office. Check it out above!

Today, the acclaimed Harlem rapper shares the official video for “The Hook Up,” from his recently released album Not For Sale. The Kushed God hits Hollywood for his Girl Talk-produced slapper, linking up with West Coast representatives Dom Kennedy, Dreamville’s Cozz, and a stunning piece of eye candy for a droptop cruise.Director Salvatore Rubino captures the essence of Los Angeles, from a tourist’s perspective. Peep it above!

Pioneering his own an introspective and brash brand of West Coast rap, Cozz is on a steady rise to the top of the rap game. Starting a 16-city North American tour to promote his latest album, the critically acclaimed Effected, the South Central rapper shares his latest video from the project. Disrupting a local talk show with his grounded honesty, Cozz loudly proclaims his individuality on “Bout It.” Peep it above./em>

Cozz has announced ‘The Effected Tour’ which hit hit North America in May and June hitting up cities across the country like Atlanta, New York City, Chicago, Oakland, Los Angeles, San Diego and more. Tickets are available to purchase now over at the Dreamville website. Hit the jump to check out the dates below. Read more…

Cozz first caught everyone’s attention with his 2014 breakout song “Dreams.” The single helped the South Central rapper get signed to J. Cole’s label Dreamville, an imprint of Interscope Records. Here, Cozz reflects on personal doubts and lingering negative thoughts. He created the song during an emotional time in his life while dealing with relationship turmoil and problems with friends. Cozz flips all of his problems into cathartic bars and finds confidence as an artist.

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