Brooklyn, NY May 31, 2010

Brooklyn Bodega, producers of the 6th Annual Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival (BHF) is proud to announce the launch of WWW.BKHIPHOPFESTIVAL.COM.

With the launch of WWW.BKHIPHOPFESTIVAL.COM, Brooklyn Bodega offers a sleek, one stop shop for all things BHF ’10 related. Information on the events calendar, ticketing, performing artists, volunteer opportunities, press requests, directions and general updates are now easily accessible for all. (more…)


DJ Revolution said it best in a recent interview, “the connection between the DJ and the emcee has been severed. “King of The Decks” is my attempt at reconnecting it.” DJ Revolution did just that with his new album, as he brought together some of the most talented names in Hip Hop today, who not only produce quality music, but also respect the craft of the DJ Culture.

DJ Revolution has spent 15 years perfecting that craft on the SP 1200. He’s currently behind the wheels of the longest running Hip Hop show in the history of commercial radio, “THE WORLD FAMOUS WAKE UP SHOW alongside Sway & King Tech.

Aside from his weekly duties on the show based out of LA on Power 106, and syndicated Worldwide, he has lent his now infamous scratch techniques to countless records and his production skills to many established artists. REV has also taken his skillz to the far corners as the globe and ripped clubs in locations such as Japan , Europe, Australia and New Zealand . He has also shared the stage DJ’ing for many artists including legends like Rakim all the way to current superstars such as Kanye West. Revolution has released two of his own Full length LP’s (“In 12’s we trust/R2K”) and one with his partners Sway & Tech (“This or That”).

As DJ Revolution readies “KING OF THE DECKS,” in stores on September 16th, he divulged further on the issues of the lack of communication between the MC and THE DJ stating that it “is one of the most obvious reasons Hip Hop has devolved so drastically over the years. Since MC’s in general decided to toss aside the DJ as an asset and integral part of their success from production to performance, the music has suffered tremendously.  My goal is to re-introduce to the world what a DJ is. He or She is not just a celebrity, or someone who plays records, or makes funny sounds with turntables. He or she is all of that and more. I recruited some of the most legendary and also most talented up and coming artists to help me express all of this within the context of the music.  The title of the album is by no means a way of saying I’m the best on the turntables. “King of the Decks” is obviously just a play on words related to a deck of cards. However, it is also a statement that needs to be remembered. The DJ is King.”

Tracklisting and credits for DJ Revolution’s King Of The Decks (all songs produced DJ Revolution except where noted):

1.) Intro f/Jazzy Jeff

2.) King Of The Decks f/ Sean Price & Tash


4.) Do My Thing f/ Guilty Simpson & Royce Da 5′ 9″

5.) LADJ (skit)

6.) Funky Piano f/ Bishop Lamont, Crooked I, Styliztik Jones

7.) For The Kids (skit)

8.) The Big Top f/ Special Teamz

9). Start The Revolution f/ Boot Camp Clik

10.) Scratch Nerds (skit)

11.) Invaders from the Planet Sqratch f/ DJ Qbert

12.) EY! f/ Joell Ortiz and Termanology (Produced by DJ Revolution & DJ Numark)

13.) Casualties of Tour f/ Rakaa Iriscience (produced by Marco Polo)

14.) Damage f/ Blaq Poet & Bumpy Knuckles

15.) Willie Lynch f/ Styliztik Jones and KBimean

16.) The Biggest Up f/ DJ Premier (Skit)

17.) Blow Da Spot f/ Strong Arm Steady

18.) School f/ Planet Asia

19.) Spit Ridiculous f/ Defari

20.) Pro’s & Con’s f/ Evidence

21.) Calling Haul (Skit)

22.) Man or Machine

23.) The Set Up f/ Sway & King Tech

24.) The Re-Match f/ DJ Spinbad