Rev Run Executive Produces Team Blackout Debut Album
Team Blackout, whose name was inspired by the 2003 New York City blackout, attained a record deal with Latchkey Recordings last year and have been hard at work creating tracks for Lights Out since.
"I'm really excited about the album. We had a lot of fun recording it," Zach told HipHopDX in a statement. "I feel like we're bringing back the fun into Hip-Hop but still focused on bringing that lyricism as well. There's something for everyone: for the girls, the clubs, to bump in the car."
The trio has garnered much of their fame from their appearances on Run's House, but are adamant about letting people know that they worked hard to get where they are today.
"Many people doubt us because of who we are and how we got in the music industry," Reggie told HipHopDX. "What people don't understand is that it took a lot of hard work and patience. Judge our album based on the music, not on the show."
Lights Out is executive produced by Reverend Run and features production by Chris and Teeb, Rockwilder, and Ron Browz [click to read].
"The album is fire. We all got swaggy on it. I want to thank Drop Zone for the production," JoJo told HipHopDX. "Their beats were so hot we had to step up our lyrics up. I think the fans will be very pleased."
Team Blackout's debut album Lights Out will be released on August 19 and season five of Run's House airs this summer.
Reported by Danielle Harling.