When Thurz released L.A. Riot it quickly vaulted into the indie album of the year discussion. So DJBooth teamed up with the L.A. emcee to re-release the intensely artistic project (previously only available on iTunes) for free. Music this powerful needs to be in the hands, and headphones, of as many people as possible.
In addition to rhymes from King Thurz himself, vocals come from Black Thought of The Roots, Strong Arm Steady, BJ the Chicago Kid and others, with beats from the likes of Ro Blvd, DJ Khalil, Aaron Harris and more.
Fans and supporters can download the free version of L.A. Riot for a limited time, or directly purchase DJBooth’s exclusive premium version, complete with high quality mp3s (320 Kbps).
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