Dreamville Records is riding into 2019 with a tidal wave of momentum.

The house that J. Cole built—which also features Queens rapper Bas, Cozz from Cali and 2018 XXL Freshman J.I.D—has announced that its members are embarking on a 10-day series of recording sessions for Revenge of the Dreamers III, the label's upcoming third compilation project (following the 2014 mixtape Revenge of the Dreamers and its 2015 studio album sequel).

The sessions were announced via a social media blitz of invites shared by artists, producers, execs and other creatives who will be present for the album's recording. According to the invites, which hit the Internet last night, the sessions will take place in Atlanta from January 6-16. The aforementioned Dreamville artists will be participating, as well as outside artists like TDE's Reason and producer T-Minus, who has frequently worked with Drake.

Dreamville's recording sessions have already generated excitement and mystique, similar to Kanye West's creative summit in Wyoming for his own G.O.O.D. Music-affiliated releases last year. The label's president, Ibrahim Hamad, has been broadcasted some of the cook up via Instagram Live. And fans and clout chasers have taken it upon themselves to PhotoShop their own names onto flyers.

XXL sifted through the interweb to corral invites from the artists and producers who will be in attendance for the making of Revenge of the Dreamers III.

See 106 Artists Who Were Invited to Dreamville's Revenge of the Dreamers III Recording Sessions in Atlanta