Check out the latest video by Revivo, which consists of members ImproPoe, Inferno Williams, Tony Dangler and Tony Ills – just to name a few. The latest video is taken off their latest project called Kotas N Caviar, which is called Don’t Tell Me Whattado.
Kotas N Caviar is available for free download and streaming!
Slated for a release on Youth Day (June 16) out in South Africa, The Revivolution clique have released their much anticipated mixtape entitled Kotas N Caviar a little earlier than expected.
Revivolution is no stranger here on the Lavatory Records platform as we have profiled members such as ImproPoe, Inferno Williams, Tony Dangler and Tommy Ills as the most recent feature.
Make sure you get that Kotas N Caviar album which is available for free download.
Tony Dangler From Revivolution returns to bring you this laid back experimental music video for Rebates off the Tone Static Ep. The Video is a New Dodgy Dialect and Grime Town production and features some familiar faces from the city.
In case you missed it, check out the interview with Tony Dangler from March of this year. Also download or stream your free copy of The Tone static EP.
Inferno Williams from the Revivolution has dropped his new single entitled El Faklo Diablo , which is also accompanied with the official music video.
The single is available on SoundCloud for free streaming and download.
Make sure to also check out the music video on YouTube.
When thinking of art and music, one mantra that has constantly been conveyed here at Lavatory Records is that “music connects us all”. Be it film, theater, radio and television – every form of entertainment has music encompassed in it. This mantra also applies to rapper Tommy Ills from the Revivolution clique – bar a slight nuance from that norm.
Tommy Ills, who used to be known as One L during his battle rap days, was an aspirant film maker who discovered rap music along the way. For Tommy, his life can be likened to a screenplay that converged into the perfect musical script (rap sheets even so to speak). With his forthcoming release, Pizza and Pu**y Parlour, a collaboration with producer Vez Fullstop, he aims to “Do The Right Thing” for his career and artistic direction. Hence the change of aliases from One L to Tommy Ills was more than suited to his new outlook.
We were able to get word from Tommy Ills about his origins and artistry, his love for fashion, musical direction, battle rap history and much more. Without further ado, we get into the fourth Revivolution feature on Lavatory Records.
Many people who follow the underground Hip Hop scene would have known Tony Dangler as Fudge Fugitive, before he adopted his new alias. The dangling may just be a personification of his cool, laid back nature and smooth rhyming, which ultimately contributes to the different flavours you can find within the Revivolution Clique.
With Tony, being the boss is not necessarily the Hip Hop association that you find with the Rick Ross’ or the Birdmans’ about getting paid and having people to pay. In Tony’s instance it’s about embodying being an emcee (MC) as a form of mastery and that mastery of self. Since partaking in the Sprite Uncontainable Search which took him all the way to New Orleans a few years ago, he’s gone through some redefining moments. When one’s horizons expand, perspectives change and the possibilities become infinite.
Since then he’s released his collaboration album with Canadian producer, Sam Static called Tone Static EP, which was released towards the end of 2015. We reached out to Tony after having previously chatted to his Revivolution mates ImproPoe and Inferno Williams. We spoke to Mr “Swank_N_Dank” about his latest project, his coming of age and name switch, and his battle rap days among other things.
The homie Inferno Williams who represents the Revivo crew dropped a follow up single to a track called Jaded, off the Pretty So Slim album on Valentines day entitled Jaded Part 2.
Not only should you get yourself a free copy of the Pretty So Slim project, but also do read our interview with Inferno Williams conducted in October of 2015.
Tony Dangler from the Hip Hop group Revivolution released his projected entitled The Tone Static EP on Monday the 16th of November 2015. This is a collaboration project with Canadian Producer, Sam Static.
Tony had this to say about his latest project:
“Some Jazzy Instrumentals and Old New Raps to throw you back to that era of music you been missing for years. Canadian Producer Sam Static meets South African Rapper Tony Dangler for this collaboration. AWE!”
We at Lavatory Records are proud to announce that we will be interviewing Tony Dangler! He will be the third feature from the Revivolution crew after ImproPoe (July 2015) and Inferno (October 2015).
Do look out for the interview with Tony coming soon, till then download your free copy of The Tone Static EP.
When one thinks of the word Inferno, the least likely association would be the word “cool”. Inferno Williams however, embodies that paradox with his laid back chilled flow and demeanour, even in the heat of a grueling rap battle as seen by his displays on Scrambles 4 Money.
The young rapper from Troyville (east side of Joburg) who just released his debut project the Pretty So Slim mixtape, is a colourful character who is made conspicuous by his large puffy afro. Just like the title of his latest project, he makes rap seem so pretty – with the way he rides a beat.
Inferno Williams, a member of the rap group Revivolution, is also an animator and cartoonist who embodies his artisitic creativity in totality of his being. Lavatory Records had a chat with him about delving into battle rap, how he joined Revivolution and of course the Pretty So Slim project among other things.
Check out the latest video by the Revivolution clique for the single NKM (N****s Know Me)
We have had the honour of having two of the Revivolution clique’s members in the form of Impropoe and Inferno Williams. The interview with Inferno Williams will be availed on Monday the 12 of October 2015.
Don’t forget to check out Impropoe’s debut project entitled Body of Proof, as well as Inferno Williams’s debut mixtape called Pretty So Slim.
You can also get the NKM single on Audiomack and be on the lookout for Inferno’s interview later this month.