Posts Tagged ‘Oh No’
Talk about some West Coast on East Coast ish… Cali-bred producer Oh No grabbed another Q-Boro cake out the stack and reheated it. This “Fast Life” remix is his take on the Kool G Rap & Nas collabo from a good few years ago. Check it out.
Funky! King Harris is a deep breath of realness. Straight outta Long Beach (California, USA). King is his real name. His real cousin is TDE’s Jay Rock. Facts. And this “Nightmare On Wolff Street” project could very well be a career-maker for a career a lot of emcees might consider already ‘made.’ Here he is with another ‘scene’ from the “Nightmare” – “You Got” (produced by Oh No).
Willowbrook State’s Abandoned Infirmary Looks Like Where Every Gore-Filled Horror Movie Is Set (Video)
Alright. We will admit. Having done some motion video work, this is production design gold. BUT… doesn’t it just scream “Get the f#ck out before you get MURDERED” or “Watch out for that TETANUS over…EVERYWHERE” or… wait, is that petrified sh!t in that toilet?? DISGUSTING!
Check out this behind the scenes stuff captured by Jason Goldwatch for Gangrene.
Seen some of this before? Kudos to you for killer memory recall AND for being a loyal follower. Footage from the abandoned Willowbrook State School campus was used in earlier Gangrene music video posts for “Sheet Music” (RIP Sean Price) and “The Last Great Disgrace.”
Kriswontwo – “Elevations” feat. Georgia Anne Muldrow x Oh No x El Da Sensei / “Life Force” feat. Stacy Epps
So…Copenhagen (Denmark) produced this baby boy who would grow to be a dope producer Kriswontwo would drop a double-single bundle, featuring some of our fav artists, along with a full-length album “Ceremoni” this week.
Okay, we skipped a bunch of steps.
But check out his double-single bundle and album. For the Hip-Hop heads, there’s “Elevations”… Neo Soul/R&B enthusiasts should listen to “Life Force” ASAP. Make no mistake though, both of these tracks are tight.
Uh oh. Gangrene (Alchemist and Oh No) on some grainy, grimy grindhouse macabre ish with the latest visual for music off the “You Disgust Me” album (linked below). This is “The Last Great Disgrace” (just a title, the song is eerily dope).
Is that Geraldo Rivera from back, back, back in the day? Yup…
Respect and RIP shout to Sean Price. Check out this “Sheet Music” (featuring Havoc and Sean Price) video from Gangrene (Alchemist and Oh No). The single is on the Gangrene album “You Disgust Me” (out now).
Baaaahahahaaaa! Maybe the insurance will cover it. Crazy!
More heat rock dropped from the meteor set to hit the Hip-Hop world August 7, 2015. From the “You Disgust Me” album, we get visuals from Gangrene (featuring Action Bronson) for the single “Driving Gloves.”
Behind the scenes look at producers Alchemist and Oh No; revealing insights on the Grand Theft Auto V inspired album, “Welcome To Los Santos” (out now). Fueled by the feel of Southern California and the original score they helped create, Alchemist and Oh No along with a gang of collabo artists to create the album.
Gangrene (comprised of Alchemist and Oh No) did a sit down with Fader for its ‘Everything You Need To Know About’ series. Gangrene, hella hard name. Alchemist and Oh No spoke, done work with and for some of Hip-Hop’s hardest; putting out some street-credible heat themselves. So… of course, you would expect that they grew up in Beverly Hills and have mastered Legend of Zelda video-gaming, right?
Yeah, view even more of the duo getting it all out in the clear above.
You know how Rhythm Roulette goes… goes to local record store, searches endless stacks of wax blindfolded, picks three and makes a beat from them. But in this episode, Mass Appeal Media has producer Oh No throwing in a curve ball… rather than find samples out of old vinyls, he samples sounds from three Nintendo 64 video games. Wowwww!
“Have a cup of courage. Try to think of something to say…”
Joel Clare delivers a montage of clips, giving us “Rare Portraits” (produced by Oh No) of Talib Kweli doing his thing. We posted the link for the “Gravitas” LP earlier. We shall do so again for your convenience, so that you can pick up this single and all the accompanying joints.
“…It ain’t The Illuminati that worry me… I’m leaking information, so follow me down the wormhole.”
– Talib Kweli
Talib Kweli dropping the real knowledge on “The Wormhole” – dispelling a lot of the nonsense so-called insiders speak on ‘The Illuminati.’ Great touch at the start of the video with the late great Tupac Shakur giving some G.T.F.O.H. commentary on folks who are supposed to know about or be Illuminati. “The Wormhole” is off the Kweli LP “Gravitas” (out now).
Talib Kweli grabs the baton (so to speak) from Jigga, fusing art forms to push the Hip-Hop boundaries, and ‘conducts’ his own orchestral masterpiece – “Human Mic” (produced by Oh No) – in this video. Respect to RA The Rugged Man for the visual direction. The single is off Kweli’s latest LP, “Prisoner Of Conscious.”
Atlanta alternative/electro/Hip-Hop head SPITTZWELL doing it well, with “Oh No.” On the track for backup we have Jarren Benton, Methuzulah, Senor Kaos, and 4-IZE. Take a listen, and even cop the whole “Outlandish” project, at the link below.
Producer Oh No put out a hot remix for “No Sky Limit” from Cali crew Strong Arm Steady. Lyrics from Strong Arm Steady and Dom Kennedy over the track. “No Sky Limit” is a track from Oh No’s exclusive remix album, “Stereo Jr.” (available now at the Stones Throw Records store online) – a revamp of Strong Arm Steady’s “Stereotype” album.