This video is from Oh No‘s previous Disrupted Ads release. You can purchase that right now by heading over to iTunes.
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Directed by MysterDL.
Boston’s Edo G linked with the Ox’s Oh No for this new video. Bump above.
1. Intro Doctor Visit
3. Jones’s ft. Blu and MED
4. Wet Em Up
5. Same Shit ft. Rapsody and Psalm One
7. The Difference
8. Punchdrunkpatterns ft. Tristate and Midaz
9. Perfect Cylinders
11. Animals ft. Ron Artiste’ (Chali2na & Roc C)
12. The Magmas
13. Rollin Up ft. Gangrene (Alchemist)
15. Improvement ft. Declaime and Georgia Anne Muldrow)
17. Controlled Riots ft. Souls of Mischief
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I’m not sure if this video by Hayden Baptiste is clever, creative, corny, or just simply strange. Either way, I dig the song. Track produced by Oh No. Oh No’s Disrupted Ads will drop 1/29/13.
The Megahertz (Copywrite x RJD2 x Jakki Da Motamouth x Tage Future) “MHz Legacy” Release | @Copywrite
The Megahertz (MHz), which is Copywrite, RJD2, Jakki Da Motamouth, and Tage Future, just dropped their MHz Legacy project yesterday. Check the track-listing below, stream a song featuring Blu, and hit the iTunes link to support the project.
01 Accidentally On Purpose (prod. Rob Stern)
02 Hindsight (1998) f. Playdough (prod. RJD2)
03 Four Player Mode (prod. RJD2)
04 Out Of Room (prod. RJD2)
05 Spaceship f. Danny Brown (prod. Harry Fraud)
06 Soul Train (Of Thought) f. Oh No (prod. !llmind)
07 Addictionary f. Ill Bill & Slaine (prod. Stu Bangas)
08 Gone! (prod. Surock)
09 Obituaries (prod. Marco Polo)
10 Columbus Diss Patch f. Dom (prod. J Rawls)
11 Mass Temple f. Steve From Middle Distance Runner (prod. Jason Rose)
12 Y’all Don’t Know (prod. D1)
13 Yellow & Blue f. Blu (prod. Surock)
14 Satisfaction f. Slug (prod. RJD2)
15 Tero Smith f. Aaron Livingston (prod. RJD2)
16 Somewhere (2099) (prod. RJD2)
17 Mechanical Me (prod. Jason Rose)
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Los Angeles emcee and Likwit Crew/Gold Chain Military member Montage One presents “Lie #1″, the DJ Babu-produced newest leak from his new album 10.6.3 OGX featuring Alchemist, Aloe Blacc, Daily Meds, DirtyDiggs, DJ Flash, DJ Revolution, E-Swift, Evidence, Exile, Guilty Simpson, J-Ro, Jake One, JListed, Khrysis, Killa Kali, Killer Ben, Krondon, MadLib, Mark Noxx, Med, Oh No, Phil The Agony, Planet Asia, Ras Kass, Styliztik Jones, TriState and Unjust.
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Earlier this month, Oh No announced a new collaborative album with upstart producer Chris Keys. The album, titled Ashes, in which Oh No, for the very first time, relinquishes totally his producer reins, will be released October 23rd via Heavy Keys Records. In announcing the project, Oh & Chris gave fans an early preview with the gritty Guilty Simpson and Montage One-featuring “Devastation,” and now the rapper and producer pair are excited to release the album’s first official single, “Let’s Go.”
“Let’s Go,” premiered today by MTV Hive, continues to show off not only the strength and quality of the music coming from Oh No’s collaboration with Chris Keys, but also the diversity the two have been able to achieve; while “Devastation” beat its way through speakers with verses just as raw as the production, “Let’s Go” instead pulses its way to listeners’ ears. “I wanted to make a song that’d be a little more hype, something with a little more of a party vibe,” says Chris, who admits that he wasn’t sure about the song until he heard what Oh No did with the track. “I couldn’t really hear how it was going to come out,” explains Chris, “but when I heard what Oh did with the hook, I knew it was a definite single.”
For Oh No’s part, he pulled his inspiration for the song from a recent party that he stumbled upon while on tour in Europe. “I walked into this big ass rave,” recalls Oh No, “with fire torches, tents, thousands of people getting drunk, no police, no problems – just everybody having a grand time.”
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Homeboy Sandman has a tradition where he commemorates the release of a new record with a track called “OUT NOW”, and then sends that track out to the world on the day of the record release. This is a bonus track, produced by Paul White, on the new release. He started doing this with his Subject Matter EP in January this year, and again with Chimera EP in April. Today, Homeboy’s First of a Living Breed is out on Stones Throw. Grab this!
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Oh No is teaming up with producer Chris Keys and Heavy Keys Records to release a new album, and today we get the first leak entitled Devastation, which features Guilty Simpson and Montage One. Other features on their upcoming collaborative Ashes release will include Declaime, Big Pooh, LMNO, Roc C, and Killah Priest. Ashes drops 10/23/12.
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With quite a few guest features I’m excited to see/hear, and a few that I wouldn’t expect, Talib Kweli let this Attack The Block release go yesterday. Check the track-listing and hit the link below to grab the project.
1. Attack The Block!!!
2. Letter From The Government (prod. Vohn Beatz)
3. That’s Enough f. John Forte, Skyzoo, Posdnous, Rubix & Fashawn (prod. OhNo)
4. Numerology (prod. Symbolic One)
5. Congregation f. Black Thought & Ab-Soul (prod. J Rhodes)
6. Outstanding f. Ryan Leslie (prod. Boi-1da)
7. Earning Potential f. Mac Miller (prod. Amadeus)
8. The Corner f. Jay Rock (prod. Charlemagne)
9. Getting To The Money f. Cory Mo & Killer Mike (prod. Don Cannon)
10. NY Shining f. Greg Nice & Styles P (prod. Symbolic One)
11. Celebrate f. Mack Maine & Lil Wayne
12. Make It Classy
13. So Fresh
14. To The Music f. Maino (prod. 9th Wonder)
15. I Like It f. Das Racist (prod. OhNo)
16. Let ‘Em In f. Mr. E & Ace Hood
17. Solid Gold f. Grafh & Planet Asia
18. Fly Away
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