Legendary Detroit emcee Phat Kat and Berlin bred DJ/producer DJ Dister present their new album The S.O.S. Project. Standing for "So Old School," Dister's soulful but dusty-break laden beats (which defined the J Dilla/Slum Village era) provides the perfect backdrop for Kat's fiery 90's honed flow. Speaking on how they linked up Dister said, "We initially recorded a track called "Rappin Ass Rapper's" on my album Consistent Knockouts (2015). The vibe was so dope that we decided to do a whole project together." The first evidence of this chemistry is in the single "Revolt For Change" a scathing social commentary that Kat says is "about police brutality, excessive force and how our citizens are being treated like animals and the current situation our country and community is in." Other tracks salute The "D" (as his home city is known) and retrace his personal hip-hop history ("The Monument" feat DJ Dez) or relate tales from the crime side ("Shots," "Storm").