If you miss raw and jazzy old-school Hip-Hop, look no further.
After their 2012 release SoulVibes and 2014's The Art Gallery, Revolutionary Rhythm released their latest EP entitled Raw Rhythm Vol. 1 on February 3rd earlier this year. There are no music videos for any of the tracks, but you can stream their music on Soundcloud.
Revolutionary Rhythm is a Hip-Hop group from Los Angeles, California that formed in 2010. The band is made up of Kid Abstrakt, Predominance and DJ Million Faces. The trio says that they started off freestyle rapping in high school through a hip-hop club they were in and later started hosting local hip-hop events. Revolutionary Rhythm make raw, jazzy hip-hop. They have been drawing attention from the likes of People Under The Stairs and went on tour with them. They have also recently performed as the opening act for The Pharcyde.
Raw Rhythm Vol. 1 is a ten track EP featuring fine old-school Hip-Hop productions by saib., The Deli, Moods, Je$u$, Nu Vintage, Vanilla and Dee Soul. During it's 33 minute runtime, Kid Abstrakt and Predominance show their lyrical versatility while DJ Million Faces skillfully provides the scratches. When listening to the record you won't be able to keep your head from nodding to the baselines, guitar melodies, synthesizers or the drum beats, that are in turn smooth and aggressive.
They were last featured on two tracks on Street Bangerz Volume 10, a project released on Cold Busted Records by the Moderator. They've announced through Facebook that they were working on new material for Redefinition Records and we can't wait to see what they got in store for us next.
Raw Rhythm Vol. 1 is available on a name-your-price basis on the band's Bandcamp along with all their previous releases. Make sure to follow them on Facebook for any updates, new releases and upcoming shows.