Oh No - "3 Dollar"
Producers/MCs the Alchemist and Oh No met back in 2010 and formed hip-hop psych project Gangrene. Since then, the duo has a slew of albums and EPs and brought together Earl Sweatshirt and Future Islands’ Samuel T. Herring for the latest Grand Theft Auto soundtrack. “Hot Pillow” is the bonus track off their upcoming album… More »
We’ve heard a couple of great songs already from the Alchemist and Oh No’s Welcome To Los Santos: “Play It Cool,” Gangrene’s collab with Earl Sweatshirt and Samuel T. Herring, and “Lock & Load,” Killer Mike and MNDR’s glitter-and-tar savagery. (We selected the latter as one of the week’s five best songs.) Now, the entire… More »
Nas’ Mass Appeal imprint is quietly assembling an army of a roster with artists who can simply spit their asses off. As the label is steadily expanding its portfolio, its introduction to the video-game world is yet another example of its firepower. Today, the label hits us with “Lock & Load,” the first single from… More »
The 2013 video game Grand Theft Auto V featured new music from a whole range of musicians, including Alchemist and Oh No, the psychedelically-inclined underground rap duo who go by the name Gangrene. A new PC version of the game is about to come out, and it’ll feature new Gangrene tracks inspired by the video… More »
The Oxnard, California rapper producer (and younger brother of Madlib) Oh No is about to release Ohnomite, an album of samples built around the legendary foul-mouthed rants of the great comedian and blaxploitation hero Rudy Ray Moore. And for the brisk 88-second jam “3 Dollars,” he’s recruited his older brother’s Madvillain collaborator DOOM. Grab it… More »
Gangrene is the duo of producer/rappers Oh No and Alchemist, and between the two of them, they’re responsible for a fairly absurd number of rock-hard bangers. In 2010, they released Gutter Water, a pretty underrated album of dense and fractured boom-bap, and they’ll follow it up with a new one called Vodka & Ayahuasca. Below,… More »