"State of the Culture" is coming back Feb. 4
The wait is over! Brand new episodes of REVOLT TV’s hip hop debate show are coming soon.
The wait is over, ladies and gents! REVOLT TV is proud to announce that our hit hip hop debate show “State of the Culture” is coming back with brand new episodes on Monday, Feb. 4.
That’s right. Hosts Joe Budden, Remy Ma, Scottie Beam, and Brandon “Jinx” Jenkins will once again be hitting our TVs, phones and laptops to talk — and yell — about the hottest topics in hip hop culture. And as usual, no punches will be held. Most likely in this go-around, even more will be thrown and we’re more than excited!
“REVOLT is the definitive place to discuss, uplift and celebrate the culture,” said CEO of REVOLT, Roma Khanna. “We are excited to launch new episodes of ‘State of the Culture’ and to continue to grow this successful series for our audience.”
“State of the Culture” made its mega successful multi-screen launch last year. “The highly engaged audience garnered over 180MM total minutes watched, averaging 1MM viewers per episode on digital alone,” the show’s press release reads. “The series also had several viral moments with over 1.3 billion social impressions using #SOTC.”
Be sure to check out the brand new episodes of “State of the Culture” — and the previously aired ones — on REVOLT.tv and REVOLT’s YouTube channel. To watch the television version on REVOLT TV, check your local listings here. Plus, don’t forget to join in on the social conversations on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook using the hashtag #SOTC.
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