Daily Archives: May 7, 2012

Oh No Returns With Ohnomite

Oh No (born Michael Jackson; younger brother of Madlib and son of singer Otis Jackson) was granted unprecedented access to the Rudy Ray Moore / Dolemite audio archives and given free rein to sample his way through the classic-but-absolutely-filthy catalog. He was able to use legendary material from The Human Tornado, Petey Wheatstraw, the Dolemite Soundtrack and more, plus a multitude of previously unreleased and alternate acapellas and instrumentals. The end result is Ohnomite, a 19 track album with guest spots from the likes of MF Doom, Evidence, Phife Dawg, The Alchemist, Erick Sermon, Rapper Pooh, MED, Guilty Simpson, Roc Marciano, Sticky Fingaz, Chino XL, Roc C, Prozack Turner, Termanology, Frank Nitt and more.

The first leak from Ohnomite is “Whoop Ass” f/Sticky Fingaz

Tracklisting and credits for Oh No’s Ohnomite:

1.) “Ohnomite” Intro
2.) “Real Serious” f/Evidence and Alchemist (cuts by DJ Romes)
3.) “The Guns” f/Guilty Simpson, MED and Pok Dog (cuts by DJ Romes)
4.) “Time” f/Roc C and Chino XL
5.) “3 Dollars” f/MF Doom
6.) “Let’s Roll” f/Damani
7.) “Stop” (Interlude)
8.) “Hallucinations” f/Prozack Turner
9.) “Sound Off” f/Termanology & Ea$y Money
10.) “The Escape” (Interlude)
11.) “Whoop Ass” f/Sticky Fingaz (cuts by DJ Romes)
12.) “Ohnomite Jazz”
13.) “The Hitmen” f/Roc Marciano
14.) “Touch It” f/Frank Nitt
15.) “You Don’t Know Me” f/Rapper Pooh and Phil Da Agony
16.) “Dues N Don’ts” f/Jose James and Phife Dawg
17.) “Piano” (Interlude)
18.) “Runnin’ The Show” f/Erick Sermon
19.) “Ohnomite Outro”

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Afro-Punk: Triptych, Wangechi Mutu

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The Triptych is a new documentary series from Afro-Punk pictures and it highlights the lives and work of the most culturally resonant artists of our time. Wangechi Mutu, Barron Claiborne and Sandford Biggers are the first three artists in the sequence.

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