Baltimore emcee Wordsmith and DJBooth.net are proud to present Revolt Radio‘s Revolutionary Riot Report Vol 2., a street album compiling the latest and greatest tracks from the game’s hottest indie/underground artists.
Hosted by Revolt Radio host and Nu Revolution Recording artist Black Knight, and mixed/blended by Nu Revolution‘s DJ Nominal, the 19-track project features contributions from Wordsmith & The Nu Revoluton Camp (Kontact & Black Knight), K. Sparks, Roccet, Philly Swain, Mav, King Mez and many more. Production comes courtesy of such independent beatsmiths as Professa, C4, Quiet Storm, Demo and DJ Qvali.
If you like what you’re hearing, keep it locked to the Booth. Future entries in the Revolutionary Riot Report series will hit our front page for streaming and free download on the 4th of each month!
Fans can also check out Revolt Radio's previous albums: Revolt Radio - The Revolutionary Riot Report Vol. 15 |Revolt Radio - The Revolutionary Riot Report Vol. 14 |Revolt Radio - The Revolutionary Riot Report Vol. 13
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