To say that the year 2018 has been an eventful one would be a major understatement. As soon as that clock stuck 12:00 a.m. on Jan. 1 eleven months ago, there's been nonstop twists and turns. Some good, others... not so much. They've been a number of different moments in 2018 that many people, ourselves included, will never forget. Some things made us laugh, some things made us angry, some things made us feel a number of different feelings at once. But, all of these instances helped us get new perspectives on things and mature to some degree. And isn't that what people should want do every year?
Here at REVOLT TV, we've had our fair share of monumental moments that we'll definitely never forget occurred in the 2018, as well. For one, we launched the mega-successful "State of The Culture" series. On top of that, our "The Breakfast Club" and "Drink Champs" series are continuing to crush it, and remain well-respected and loved in these hip hop streets. For that, we have to thank the fans who've been tuning into our shows from day one, as well as the amazing new fans that we've copped this year.
So, in honor of the greatness that REVOLT TV has witnessed in 2018, we've decided to take a little walk down memory lane for a few of our series. From "State of The Culture," "The Breakfast Club," "Drink Champs" and more; REVOLT's programming's had many big moments these past few months. Plus, as we head into the new year, you better believe that we're planning many more!
With that being said, let's take a look at the top three moments of "State Of The Culture" in 2018 below.
When the public caught wind that REVOLT was launching a hip hop debate show, all rap fans were here for it! Then, they learned that Remy Ma, Scottie Beam and Jersey Jinx would be apart of the mix and couldn't wait for it to premiere. When it finally did in September, fans almost immediately voiced how it was their new favorite show -- and the digital presence of "State Of The Culture" has been growing ever since.
"State Of The Culture" is an unfiltered show where the hosts and co-hosts can voice their opinions about a number of different topics that pertain to hip hop culture. However, things were switched up a bit when the show invited its first guests to speak about the rap world, as well. Those two guests were New York's own Styles P and Dave East, who were promoting their joint album, Beloved.
During the season finale of "State Of The Culture," the crew spoke about the biggest Ls of the year, the top albums of 2018 and SO much more. Once again, no one held anything back and it was the perfect way to end the litty show on a high note. We'll see y'all next year for season two!
Plus, be sure to check out "REVOLT Rewind" on Dec. 24 - Dec. 28 at 10:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m., and then, all weekend long on Dec. 29 - Jan. 1 only on REVOLT TV! Find out where you can watch the channel here! And be sure to join the conversation using #RevoltRewind.
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