Dreamville Shares Spillage Village Release Date & BAPE Collab

Dylan Henson

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NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - MARCH 23: Rapper J.I.D performs at the Buku Music + Art Project at Mardi Gras World on March 23, 2019 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Josh Brasted/FilmMagic)

About two weeks is all that's separating Dreamville supporters from a new Spillage Village album, Spilligon, arriving on Friday, Sept. 25.

Comprised of Dreamville's JID and EARTHGANG, foundational members 6LACK, Mereba, Jurdan Bryant and Hollywood JB, as well as newer entrants Deante’ Hitchcock and Benji, the Atlanta collective has dropped three prior projects since 2014.

They're nearly four years removed from their last album, Bears Like This Too Much, an evolution of the title of their first two releases, Bears Like This and Bears Like This Too.

Yet this upcoming pack represents the group's first with a major label machine behind the scenes in Dreamville and its parent company, Interscope. Pre-order is now available.

Their latest single featuring JID and EARTHGANG, "Baptize," came alongside the album announcement on Thursday, and a video is expected this Friday, Sept. 11.

Meanwhile, the lead single and video from June, "End Of Daze," captures the crew's mutual feeling of exhaustion due to a seemingly neverending flood of bad news: Kobe Bryant's passing, deadly police brutality, etc. As a result, they also feel a responsibility to try and live their lives to the fullest.

There's more: A BAPE x Dreamville Bapesta shoe designed by Bas and Rae Anaïs will hit stores on Saturday, Sept. 12. J. Cole thinks the kicks are "CRUCIAL," per an IG comment.