/  03.04.2012

J. Cole capped off the first-ever Dreamville Weekend in his hometown of Fayetteville, North Carolina, by sharing the stage with some famous friends during his “Dollar and a Dream” concert. Miguel joined the Roc Nation rapper for their hit collaboration “All I Want Is You” and T.I. surprised the packed house at the Fillmore Charlotte.

“When royalty steps in the building, you gotta just interrupt your whole shit,” said Cole while introducing the King of the South. “I need ya’ll to make some noise for the motherfuckin’ King.”

T.I. performed “I’m Flexin’,” his remix to “Ni**as in Paris,” and “What You Know,” and announced that he and Cole are cooking up a collaboration for his upcoming album. “Trouble Man coming real soon. Me and J. Cole working on somethin’ real special for ya.”

Cole had a chance to hear Tip’s album and shared his excitement. “It’s some of the most retarded shit I heard in a long time,” he said.

Proceeds from the show were donated to a local charity.


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