Listen: ‘Say Their Names, a Soundtrack of the Times’

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As the name suggests, SAY THEIR NAMES is calling for justice for those murdered brutally by policemen, and is produced by premier DJ squad, Revolution Sound. The mix encompasses, Hip Hop, Reggae, R&B Soul, Blues, AfroCu, excerpts from police brutality news reports, Assata interviews, Malcolm X interviews, Nina Simone interviews and more!

About Revolution Sound

There was a natural mystic flowing when two brothers, DJ Dangerous (aka DJ Lumumba) and Bware, along with a friend known as Agony came together to form Revolution Sound in Bedstuy, Brooklyn, back in 1988. Soon after, two of their younger brothers, DJ Kob and Supa, along with their friend Butchie B (RIP), followed suit to form an award winning music entertainment dynasty built on the foundation of family and the love of good music.

With almost 30 years of moving party people to the beat of their sound, Revolution has grown to ten Selectas/MCs/DJs spinning everything from Reggae, Dancehall, Soca, HipHop, Rap, R&B, House/Club, Trance, Salsa, AfroCu and Afrobeat, from NYC to Africa.

Over time, some of the family made moves that brought Revolution Sound from Brooklyn to new markets. Therefore, the squad of music tastemakers currently has affiliates in Washington DC, Brooklyn, Atlanta and Groningen (The Netherlands).

What must be understood is Revolution is more than just a name. It’s quality entertainment–for sure–yet first and foremost it’s a way of being, a lifestyle, a movement.

 Music is the beat. Revolution Sound sets the pace.

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