Oh No

Michael Woodrow Jackson (born November 6, 1978), identified professionally as Oh No, is an American rapper and document producer who has launched a number of albums on Stones Throw Information. He’s half of the hip hop duo Gangrene together with The Alchemist. He’s additionally half of the hip-hop duo The Professionals together with his brother Madlib.

Biography

Michael Woodrow Jackson[1] was born on November 6, 1978 in Oxnard, California. He grew up in a household that was predominantly centered in the direction of music at a large spectrum, being the youthful brother of hip hop artist Madlib, son of singer Otis Jackson, and nephew of jazz trumpeter Jon Faddis.[2][3]

Oh No began performing together 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 Information who launched his debut album, The Disrupt, in 2004. Round this time he additionally carried out on quite a few singles by different artists, and started doing freelance manufacturing work for labelmates Wildchild, MED (Nickolas Rodriguez) and others. He has gone on to provide for Juggaknots, De La Soul, Murs and numerous different artists.

In August 2006, Oh No launched the album Exodus Into Unheard Rhythms, solely sampling the music of Galt MacDermot[4] and that includes appearances from quite a few different rap artists, principally within the Stones Throw household. The album was properly obtained by critics and established Oh No as one of many main underground producers in hip-hop. In 2007 he launched Dr. No’s Oxperiment to rave critiques. The album was completely constructed utilizing samples of Turkish, Lebanese, Greek and Italian music.

Oh No stays an avid gamer, even developing a whole beat out of online game samples for the observe “The Trip” off of The Disrupt. In 2009, Oh No remixed a number of songs for the soundtrack of the U.S. restricted version model for Arc System Works’ 2D preventing sport BlazBlue: Calamity Set off. The identical 12 months, he launched the album Dr. No’s Ethiopium, made completely of samples of Ethiopian music.[5] In 2013, Oh No produced the unique rating for the online game Grand Theft Auto V, in collaboration with The Alchemist, Tangerine Dream and Woody Jackson.[6]

Discography

Studio albums

  • The Disrupt (2004)
  • Exodus into Unheard Rhythms (2006)
  • Dr. No’s Oxperiment (2007)
  • Dr. No’s Ethiopium (2009)
  • Ohnomite (2012)
  • Dr. No’s Kali Twister Funk (2012)
  • Ashes (2012) (with Chris Keys)
  • Stereo Jr. (2012) (with Robust Arm Regular)
  • Disrupted Adverts (2013)
  • The Subliminal Substance (2013) (with Chaotik Stylz)
  • Animal Serum (2014) (with Prince Po)
  • 3 Dimensional Prescriptions (2017) (with TriState)
  • Final Breaks and Beats (2017)
  • A Lengthy Crimson Sizzling Los Angeles Summer time Evening (2019) (with Blu)
  • The Professionals (2020) (with Madlib as The Professionals)

Mixtapes

  • The Disrupt Chronicles Vol. 2 (2004) (combined by DJ DoubleDose)
  • The Disrupt Chronicles Half 0 (2005) (combined by DJ DoubleDose)
  • Flip That Shit Up (2006) (with Roc C & DJ Rhettmatic)

Singles

  • “Most Adrelanine” b/w “Earthquake” (2000)
  • “Verify It Out” b/w “You Wanna Take a look at This” (2002)
  • “Inna Opus” b/w Guidelines of Engagement (2003)
  • “Make Noise” b/w “Chump” (2003)
  • “Disruption Bloodbath” b/w “Put It All Collectively” (2004)
  • “The Trip” b/w “Stomp That, V. 1.2” (2004)
  • “Final Tango in Oxnard” (2004)
  • “Falling” (2004)
  • “Transfer Half 2” (2005)
  • “Will get Mine” b/w “Lights Out” (2006)
  • “It is All of the Similar” (2006)
  • “Pandemonium” b/w “Louder” (2006)
  • “Imagine” b/w “Quick Drive Quick” (2006)
  • “Ghetto First” (2007)
  • “Preserve Low” (2010)
  • “3 {Dollars}” (2012)

Productions

  • Murs – “The Scuffle” from The Finish of the Starting (2003)
  • Wildchild – “Code Crimson”, “The Come Off”, “The Motion Pt. 2”, “Kiana”, “Puttin’ in Work” and “The Marvel Years” from Secondary Protocol (2003)
  • Declaime – “New Factor”, “Judgement”, “Welcome 2 Actuality”, “Heavenbound”, “Conversations”, “Tune in D Minor”, “Testimony”, “Dearest Desiree”, “Neverending Remix”, “Shine Time”, “Information Born” and “Nonetheless Waters” from Conversations with Dudley (2004)
  • MED – “What U in It For?” and “By no means Give U Up” from Push Involves Shove (2005)
  • Saïan Supa Crew – “Si J’Avais Su” from Maintain-Up (2005)
  • Aloe Blacc – “Lengthy Time Coming” from Shine By way of (2006)
  • Juggaknots – “Vows” and “Daddy’s Little Lady” from Use Your Confusion (2006)
  • A.G. – “Love” and “Gigantic” from Get Soiled Radio (2006)
  • Sensible Clever – “Go along with Me”, “Nonetheless Black” and “Set U Free” from The Proficient Timothy Taylor (2007)
  • Wildchild – “Da Herc Dance” and “Relaxation N Beats” from Jack of All Trades (2007)
  • Responsible Simpson – “Footwork” and “Ode to the Ghetto” from Ode to the Ghetto (2008)
  • Huge Aire – “Lunchroom Rap (It is Nothing)” from Dueces Wild (2008)
  • The Alchemist – “Beneath Siege” from Chemical Warfare (2009)
  • Mos Def – “Supermagic” and “Pistola” from The Ecstatic (2009)
  • Rakaa – “Assault & Battery” from Crown of Thorns (2010)
  • MED – “The place I am From” from Basic (2011)
  • Talib Kweli – “Uh Oh” from Gutter Rainbows (2011)
  • Prodigy – “Ms. Dangerous Ass” and “G-Up” from H.N.I.C. 3 (2012)
  • Talib Kweli – “That is Sufficient” and “I Like It” from Assault the Block (2012)
  • Homeboy Sandman – “First of a Residing Breed” from First of a Residing Breed (2012)
  • Talib Kweli – “Human Mic”, “Excessive Life”, “Maintain It Now” and “Hamster Wheel” from Prisoner of Aware (2013)
  • Danny Brown – “Gremlins”, “Torture” and “Crimson 2 Go” from Outdated (2013)
  • Quelle Chris – “What Up” and “With Open Arms” from Ghost on the End Line (2013)
  • Talib Kweli – “Uncommon Portraits”, “The Wormhole” and “Artwork Imitates Life” from Gravitas (2013)
  • Skyzoo & Torae – “Discuss of the City” from Barrel Brothers (2014)
  • Fatima – “Know-how” from Yellow Recollections (2014)
  • Dilated Peoples – “Century of the Self” from Administrators of Pictures (2014)
  • Homeboy Sandman – “Heaven Too” from Hallways (2014)
  • Motion Bronson – “Solely in America” from Mr. Fantastic (2015)
  • Talib Kweli & Kinds P – “Brown Guys” and “Within the Subject” from The Seven (2017)

Visitor appearances

  • Lootpack – “Degree Zero” from Soundpieces: Da Antidote (1999)
  • Wildchild – “Heartbeat” from Secondary Protocol (2003)
  • Wildchild – “Vinyl Discuss” and “All Evening” from The Jackal (2004)
  • Lootpack – “Assault of the Tupperware Puppets”, “Without end Beef”, “What ‘Cha Gotta Say?” and “I Declare Struggle” from The Misplaced Tapes (2004)
  • MED – “Severe” from Push Involves Shove (2005)
  • Wildchild – “Eyes Huge Shut” from Jack of All Trades (2007)
  • Nicolay & Kay – “What We Reside” from Time:Line (2008)
  • Little Brother – “Stylin” from …And Justus for All (2008)
  • Robust Arm Regular – “True Champs” from In Search of Stoney Jackson (2010)
  • J. Rawls – “Greatest Producer on the Mic” from The Hip-Hop Have an effect on (2011)
  • MHz Legacy – “Soul Prepare (of Thought)” from MHz Legacy (2012)
  • Home Sneakers – “Grime” & “Final Breath” from Let It Go (2012)
  • Czarface – “Czar Refaeli” from Czarface (2013)
  • LMNO – “After the Reality” from After the Reality (2013)
  • Blu – “Brown Sugar” from Good to Be Residence (2014)
  • Step Brothers – “Draw One thing” from Lord Steppington (2014)
  • Homeboy Sandman – “Heaven Too” from Hallways (2014)
  • Axel F. – “All Day” from Theme Music (2014)
  • Apathy & Kappa Gamma – “Charlie Brown” from Handshakes with Snakes (2016)

  • Official web site Edit this at Wikidata
  • Oh No discography at Discogs
  • Oh No at Allmusic


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