Phat Kat + DJ Dister Take It Back On "S.O.S. (So Ol' School)" Video
With their S.O.S. Project out now in the world, Phat Kat and DJ Dister break out their soulful, but dusty breakbeats for a new generation. The first evidence of this pure dopeness comes in the form of “S.O.S. (So Ol’ School)” — a music video that takes it back to the True School of Hip-Hop.
For those unaware, Phat Kat, a legendary MC from Detroit, used to put in work with the late, great J Dilla and Slum Village. Meanwhile, DJ Dister was lacing cuts and filling out shows as a well-known DJ and producer from out of Berlin, Germany. The two linked up after recording a cut called “Rappin’ Ass Rappers” from DJ Dister’s 2015 effort, Consistent Knockouts, and the rest, as they say, was history.
“The vibe was so dope that we decided to do a whole project together,” DJ Dister said in a released statement.
With two solid resumes and a history that stretches back to a golden era of hip-hop culture, Phat Kat and DJ Dister present this video, which originally premiered over at 2DopeBoyz. From showcasing the elements (graffiti, breaking, emceeing, DJ-ing) and dropping fuego lines — Phat Kat and DJ Dister are worth the repeat plays and the support.
Watch “S.O.S. (So Ol’ School)” below and cop the album on iTunes here: