Southern California trio Revolutionary Rhythm have recently returned with their first full length project since 2012’s Soul Vibes. Over upbeat boom bap styled beats, cuts from DJ Million Faces and raps from emcees Predominance and Kid Abstrakt bring forth an honest and down-to-earth aural gallery of their art: hip hop.
Beats come from a range of dope names like Freddie Joachim, Dibiase, Moods, Vanilla, The Stuyvesants, DJ Primate, and more, providing a solid canvas for rapped and scratched embellishments to complete and present a full work of art. I’m not the hugest fan of art galleries, but I love hip hop, so this concept album is a perfect middle ground. There is even a reggae influence track with “Jerry Session”, seeing the group exploring new territories with their sound. Stay tuned for exciting new projects from Revolutionary Rhythm in the near future!