J. Cole lately has shown his stance with the injustice in the American correctional system.
He was spotted at a concert not long ago wearing orange prison jumpsuits in a concert. This week the Dreamville and Roc Nation rapper visited the San Quentin Prison in San Francisco to offer up a bit of humanity to the inmates.
Dreamville President Ibrahim “Ib” Hamad took to Instagram to further explain the scenario, writing “We got the opportunity to spend the day at San Quentin State Prison talking and meeting inmates who will never see the outside again. That experience was a life changing experience and wish I had the ability to put that in a caption but that wouldn’t be doing it justice.”
Dreamville’s Art Direction and Graphic Design Felton Brown echoed Hamad’s sentiments, captioning his Instagram slideshow: “One of the most moving moments since this new journey,” Brown captioned the photos. “Spent a day with some brothers who stories go unheard behind the wall. Learned a lot, so much work to be done. This system will try to not give you a voice but we’re listening.”