Are you tired of hearing the same garbage on Top 40 radio every hour? Are you sick of seeing the same artists cloned and repeated in the mainstream year after year? If so, you may support The L.A. Riot Manifesto, the fire statement behind behind Thurz‘s upcoming album, L.A. Riot. Due for release on August 9th, the record will touch on Rodney King, the 1992 Los Angeles Riots and recent North Africa Uprisings. Above, you can catch a taste of the new album with the track, “Molotov Cocktail”.
Thurz – “Molotov Cocktail”
by Joe Marvilli
on July 20, 2011, 3:00pm
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