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Oh No, Disrupted ADS
Label: KashRoc Entertainment
Feels Like: Tripping out and destroying your annoying neighbor’s apartment.
Oh No creates an assortment of oddly stitched beats from timeworn TV commercials. He gets a cipher of his MC buddies to get crafty on each record. Some slaps you out your socks (“Same Shit” by Rapsody and Psalm One), some get you in the zone (“Jones’s” featuring Blu and MED), and some just trips you the fuck out (“Cleansing”). It’s a short set that runs through like cocoa butter, and Oh No’s recluse studio traits are validated in the album’s astutely arranged selection of instrumentals. The hard work ethic certainly runs in the family, just hope this leads to more solid releases from the Cali beatsmith in 2013.