Earlier this year, Liberian-Italian MC, dancer, and beatmaker Karima premiered the thumping “Bantu Juke.” Now, the musician is sharing her first mixtape in the style of ‘bantu juke,’ a self-coined genre that mixes Chicago juke with elements of techno, hip-hop, house, UK bass and her Liberian roots. The nearly thirty-minute-long, self-written & produced Revolution in Progress mixtape blazes through drum zaps and jittery electronics as Karima fiercely reflects on the meaning of revolution. The mix stars off with a chopped sample of Common‘s Kanye West and The Last Poets-featuring “The Corner,” with Karima spitting verbal bullets over electronic spools and reggae-inflected effects. Revolution in Progress then runs through a number of original productions and a juke remix of Atlanta R&B group Xscape‘s “Feels So Good,” creating a danceable call to action. Listen to Karima’s Revolution in Progress mixtape below.