J. Cole Pays The Prison Of San Quentin Inmates A Humanitarian Visit

HipHop News Posted on August 1, 2017 at 12:06pm

J. Cole Pays The Prison Of San Quentin Inmates A Humanitarian Visit

The inspiration for the incarcerated, courtesy of Dreamville.

San Francisco, CA – If this is what the rainfall is in the registration of money or the delivery of the lyrical parables that mold to the young audience of the mind, J. Cole, without a doubt, has positioned itself as a generational figure of the civility in the Hip-Hop climate.

The appearance of the character was recently forced to the Cole and several other Dreamville residents visited the San Quentin State Prison in San Francisco to offer a little humanity to the prisoners.

We have the opportunity to spend the day in the San Quentin State Prison to speak, and meeting the inmates that will never see the outside again. That experience was a life changing experience and I wish I had the ability to put that in a title but not be doing it justice.

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Dreamville President Ibrahim "Ib" Hamad took to Instagram to explain the situation, writing "We have the opportunity to spend the day in the San Quentin State Prison to speak, and meeting the inmates that will never see the outside again. That experience was a life changing experience and I wish I had the ability to put that in a title but not to do justice."

Dreamville the Art Direction and Graphic Design Felton Brown was echoed by Hamad sentiments, captioning her Instagram a slide presentation: "One of the most emotional moments already that this new journey," Brown captioned the photo. "We spent a day with some of the brothers' stories are not heard behind the wall. I learned a lot, a lot of work to be done. This system tries not to give it a voice, but we are listening."

One of the most emotional moments already that this new journey. He spent a day with some of the brothers whose stories are not heard behind the wall. I learned a lot, a lot of work to be done. This system tries not to give it a voice, but we are listening to. ✊🏿

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