DJ/Producer and ambassador of everything Detroit, House Shoes, released his debut producer’s album “Let It Go” exactly one year ago. The LP is a deeply personal work, spanning decades of experiences, beats, and connections that allowed him to finally release his first album even though House Shoes has been a staple in the hip hop community for 20+ years. The album boast guest features from Danny Brown, Roc Marciano, Oh No, Alchemist, Quelle Chris, MED, Black Spade, and many more and today, House Shoes is giving away the entire album as a free download.
Some words from House Shoes:
“My debut LP, Let It Go, dropped a year ago today. To celebrate the anniversary I’m letting it go. For the free. Fuck it. Pass this shit around y’all. It’s a …
Oh No drops another video from his album “Disrupted Ads” for the song “Punchdrunkpatters.” The original album version also features Tristate (Durag Dynasty) but this music video version is an edited shortened version featuring only MidaZ The Beast.
“Punchdrunkpatters” is directed and edited by Varras Tower for Varras Tower Films.
Here’s another music video from Oh No’s “Disrupted Ads” album for the song “Boom.” The video showcases the work of Wandering Worx Ent and the album is available now via Kash Roc Entertainment and Fat Beats Records.
Oh No drops another visual from his latest album “Disrupted Ads,” this time for the song “Creepers,” showcasing the Disrupted X-Ray Vision Glasses. Perfect for creepin’ on the next person, the X-Ray Vision Glasses sees through clothes and according to the ad, only has one dissatisfied customer!
Oh No’s album “Disrupted Ads” is out today via Kash Roc Entertainment. The album features one of Oxnard’s finest pairing up with featured guests like Blu, Alchemist, MED, and others while running through a variety of exclusive instrumentals throughout the album.
Today, in celebration of the album release, enjoy the free mp3 download of the song “Controlled Riots” featuring legendary Bay Area group, Souls of Mischief.