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.
Oh No’s “Disrupted Ads” album drops January 29th via Kash Rock Entertainment. The album is about half instrumentals and half vocals featuring appearances from Blu, MED, Gangrene, Georgia Anne Muldrow, Souls of Mischief and others.
A couple of weeks back, we dropped the MP3 for “Jones’s” featuring Blu & MED. Today, enjoy the official music video directed by Hayden Baptiste.
FLuD is proud to announce a very special collaboration with legendary Bay Area hip hop collective, Hieroglyphics, responsible for paving the way for independent hip hop worldwide while spawning solo careers from Del The Funky Homosapien, Souls of Mischief, Pep Love and Casual. It was Souls of Mischief that created the classic hit “From 93 Till Infinity” and the Hieroglyphics’ logo is one of the most recognized logos in hip hop history, featuring the ubiquitous third eye, invented by Del The Funky Homosapien.
Available now for the holiday season, the limited edition watch showcases Hiero’s timeless third eye logo that is black, 44mm in size, water resistant to 3ATM, PVC bands, and packaged in a polycarbonate case with additional logo hits.
Oxnard, CA’s own, Oh No will drop his “Disrupted Ads” (Audio Dispensary System) Album on January 29th via Kash Roc Entertainment. The album features unreleased instrumentals and features guest vocal appearances from Gangreene (Alchemist & Oh No), Blu, MED, Souls of Mischief, and others.
Quality Control Marketing and SAE San Francisco present Live from the Control Room Session Three featuring San Francisco/Fillmore’s own DaVinci and Berkeley based producer Ion The Prize. Filmed by none other than Casual, the Hieroglyphics Rap God, this session and track titled “Purple Sky” was recorded at the SAE San Francisco campus, by SAE students. SAE San Francisco is the newest campus in SAE’s long legacy of training students for success in the Audio and Entertainment Industries. The top notch studio facilities are used for education purposes only and students never have to worry about losing out valuable practical time to commercial projects. The SAE staff are dedicated to the success of their students and work with them to develop their personal …