“Revolt For Change” is the first taste of the full-length collaboration, “The S.O.S. Project” to be released on April 14th. The project pairs legendary Detroit emcee, Phat Kat and Berlin bred DJ/Producer DJ Dister. Reflecting the spirit of the times, Phat Kat said of the track “itâ€™s about police brutality, excessive force and how our citizens are being treated like animals and the current situation our country and community is in.”
A foundation of the Detroit hip-hop scene since the early 90’s Phat Kat was in a duo with J Dilla (1st Down) and has an extensive catalog of tracks with Dilla, Slum Village and Black Milk.
With a resume that stretches back fifteen years, DJ Dister was a strong part of the Berlin, Germany true-school hip-hop scene. As a producer he released two previous albums including “ROLL WIT DIS” (2013) which featured appearances from Masta Ace, Kool G Rap, KRS-One, Fashawn among others. 2015’s “Consistent Knockouts” featured appearances by Jeru The Damaja, eMC and Phat Kat.