Chicago emcee Add-2 releases his album Prey For The Poor and stops by RIOC for a quick discussion. In this video interview, he describes the album as reporting what it going on in the world, black culture, and other social issues. He quotes Nina Simone saying “You can’t be an artist and not reflect the times.” Most of Prey For The Poor’s production is handled by Khrysis. Additional tracks are provided by Nottz, 9th Wonder, AMP, Kash, and FC The Future. Guest features include Rapsody, Jamila Woods, Sam Trump, Raheem DeVaughn, Heather Victoria, and Johndavid Provitt. Purchase Prey For The Poor here.