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Oh No

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Oh No is an underground hip hop artist from Oxnard, California who has released several albums on Stones Throw Records.


Oh No grew up in a musical family, the younger brother of hip hop artist Madlib, son of singer Otis Jackson, and nephew of jazz trumpeter Jon Faddis. He started performing with his group Kali Wild and was featured on his brother's group Lootpack's album Soundpieces: Da Antidote. Oh No was signed to Los Angeles-based Stones Throw Records who released his debut album, The Disrupt, in 2004. Around this time he also performed on numerous singles by other artists, and began doing freelance production work for labelmates Wildchild, MED and others. He has gone on to produce for Juggaknots, De La Soul, Murs and various other artists.

In August 2006, Oh No released the album Exodus Into Unheard Rhythms, exclusively sampling the music of Galt MacDermot and featuring appearances from numerous other rap artists, mostly in the Stones Throw family. The album was well received by critics and established Oh No as one of the leading underground producers in hip-hop. In 2007 he released Dr. No's Oxperiment to rave reviews. The album was entirely constructed using samples of Turkish, Lebanese, Greek and Italian music.

Oh No remains an avid gamer, even constructing an entire beat out of video game samples for the track "The Ride" off of The Disrupt. Also in 2009 Oh No remixed several songs for the soundtrack of the U.S. Limited Edition version for Arc System Work's 2D Fighting Game Blazblue. Oh No released an album, Dr. No's Ethiopium, in 2009, made entirely of samples of Ethiopian music.

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Name Duration Released
Bouncers 01:36 2007
Emergency 01:42 2007
All Over 00:49 2007
Ox Broil 01:52 2007
Exp Out The Ox 01:01 2007
Fast Gamble 01:05 2007
Breakout 01:25 2007
Cosmos 01:49 2007
Ghetto 01:30 2007
Slow Down 01:13 2007
Higher 01:33 2007
My Luck 01:45 2007
Action 01:38 2007
Smokey Winds 01:21 2007
Gladius 01:22 2007
Land Mine 01:29 2007
Hot Fire 01:35 2007
Down Under 00:38 2007
Heavy 01:54 2007
No Guest List 01:20 2007
Come Back 01:05 2007
Cassette 01:43 2007
Banger 01:31 2007
Deliveries 01:07 2007
Oxcity Sickness 01:45 2007
Alarmsss 01:25 2007
Ohhhhhh 01:00 2007
Mad Piano 01:33 2007
Madness 00:00
World Traveler 00:00
Melody Mix 00:00
Ox Therapy 00:00
The Pain 00:00
Pardon Me 00:00
Dare Say 00:00
Mindnight Missions 00:00
A Hundred 00:00
Questions 00:00
Soul Of Ethiopia 00:00
Fuego Tribe 00:00
Sneaky 00:00
Strong 00:00
Adventure 00:00
Problematic 00:00
Raw Block 00:00
Funeral Parlor 00:00
Pussy 00:00
Electronic Monsters 00:00
Laxatives 00:00
Crazzzzy 00:00
Xcalibur 00:00
Louder 00:00
Loopadors 00:00
Fresh Bacon 00:00
Concentrate 00:00
Carnival 00:00
Juke Joint 00:00
All My 00:00
Whoo Doo 00:00
The Funk 00:00
Scary 00:00
Drive By 00:00
Butta 00:00
Great Oracle 00:00


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