J. Cole visits some inmates at San Quentin State Prison in the Bay Area on Tuesday. The rapper has been very vocal about mass incarceration, and part of his current tour involves him being dressed in a prison jumpsuit while being brought out on stage by police officers.
J.Cole visits San Quentin with Dreamville Records president Ibrahim Hamad and Felton Brown, Dreamville’s head of art direction. They spent the day with inmates who have received life sentences.
“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,” Hamad wrote on Instagram.