Listen to Afro B’s DJ setlist from his REVOLT IG Live session here
On Tuesday (March 24), Afro B blessed REVOLT’s followers with a DJ set on our IG Live. Listen to his song selections here!
On Tuesday (March 24), Afro B blessed REVOLT’s followers with a DJ set on our IG Live and to say that it was much needed would be an understatement.
Millions of people across the United States – and even around the world – are continuing to deal with Coronavirus’ fast spread as best as they can. One of the major defenses, as told by our government, is to practice social distancing by staying indoors and away from as many people as possible. However, thanks to social media, this isn’t too difficult because we can easily continue to somewhat interact with others on the internet.
As exemplified by the likes of DJ D-Nice, Swae Lee, John Legend, Miguel, Chloe x Halle, and so many more, at-home shows on Instagram Live are now the new wave. By tuning into an IG Live show, people can remain indoors, while still finding some level of entertainment.
REVOLT is here to help, too. Starting today, we’re introducing a number of different IG Live shows that will feature performances by a number of different acts. As mentioned earlier, Afro B pulled up at 10 a.m. PT/1:00 p.m. ET to deliver a lit DJing set. Tomorrow (March 25), DJ Mo Beatz will be doing his thing on the 1’s and 2’s at 5 p.m. ET/2 p.m. PT; and on Thursday (March 26), Ceraadi will be conducting a session that’ll include new music, a fun dance tutorial, and Q&A at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT.
Plus, don’t you dare forget about REVOLT’s new weekly show “The Round Up,” which is hosted by Lowkey and Ivy Rivera. On it, the two hosts will run down the hottest music that’s recently been released and engage with our IG followers about their thoughts on the projects. This show airs every Friday at 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT.
As you can see, REVOLT’s got a lot of IG Live magic coming your way to hold you down while you’re in quarantine mode. In case you missed Afro B’s set this morning, check out the playlist of his DJ set below. Check y’all on IG…
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