Who can forget rapper ImproPoe’s bold declaration on who the best emcee was? Of course, his answer was HIMSELF! He made this statement three years ago following the release of his mixtape Body of Proof,which ultimately earned him some rather impressive levels of acclaim. On this project, the rapper who is part of Revivolution had embarked on proving a point to announce his arrival.
Since then the man with more aliases than the entire Wu Tang Clan, ironically went off on a mystical journey to the Far East and landed up in China where he currently resides. By adopting the industriousness of his new host country, he then worked on another solo project which was released a few weeks ago titled Certain Dillusions. The curiosity will always come about when one impresses on debut, as questions arise like what can hip hop fans from him expect now? It can also be rather difficult to try and beat a previous body of work with minimal flaws.
We are excited that ImproPoe aka Shaun Collins aka The White Shadow aka James Caviar, has finally dropped his sophomore project and would not miss the opportunity to catch up with him.
Check out the new track by Jethro from Bounce Theory Entertainment on a track called Sunday featuring Inferno Williams from Revivolution.
You can also check out the lyric video for the track.
ImproPoe (also known as James Caviar or the White Shadow) from the Revivo’ clique has released his second solo album called Certain Dillusions , on this Friday the 13th of April 2018!
The album is available for free download.
Despite being based out in China from where he released his latest project, we were able to get another interview out of ImproPoe which will be on the way soon! Be on the look out for that one.
Our friend from the Revivolution Clique who is now based out in China in ImproPoe , is currently preparing the release of his second solo album entitled Certain Dillusions.
The rapper who released his debut solo album called Body of Proof, which has been considered an underground success has given us two teasers from his new release. The first one is called Positively Nuisanced and the other one is entitled Try Again, both songs are available for free download.
Also we are excited to announce that ImproPoe has agreed to do another interview with us, so be on the look out for that.
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.