Jakarta Records: “We have been friends with Oddisee for more then 10 years now, we even released one of his 12″s back in the days. So it’s more then a pleasure to have him on the sampler, even more so with such a strong track. Check out his works here if you’re not yet familiar. [cont.]
From the Mello Music Group album Persona coming out 3/10/15. Tracklist for the set is below: 1. Requiem ft. Oddisee & Phonte (Prod. by Oddisee) 2. Homicide ft. yU (Prod. by Nottz) 3. PNT ft. Ras Kass (Prod. by Apollo Brown) 4. American Religion ft. Open Mike Eagle (Prod. by Oddisee) 5. You First ft. [cont.]
Words from Jonathan Kim: “Great new live video from Oddisee and his band Good Compny for the song “The Goings On.” Although the studio version was originally released on Oddisee’s mixtape “Tangible Dream,” (one of my personal favorites from the project) Oddisee has been busy promoting the upcoming Diamond District album alongside group members yU [cont.]
Words from Jonathan Kim: “DMV representatives, Diamond District, the group consisting of Oddisee, yU and Uptown XO, are preparing to release their March on Washington album on Oct. 14th via Mello Music Group. Today, enjoy the first music video from the album for the song “First Step.” Directed by Jay Brown, the video follows all [cont.]
Diamond District are back with their upcoming October 14th album “March on Washington.” Consisting of Oddisee, yU and Uptown XO, Diamond District first released their critically acclaimed 2009 album “In The Ruff.” After countless solo projects, the group is back a half-decade later to provide ‘wisdom over rhythm’ over neck-snapping drums. Entirely produced and arranged [cont.]
From the 2013 album, Tangible Dream. Directed by Jeremy Ian Thomas. Oddisee writes: About “Tangible Dream”: I live in a gentrified part of Brooklyn, I eat out several times a week, I travel the world sampling the best that cities across the globe have to offer. Do I live in a penthouse loft? Am I [cont.]
Today, Oddisee drops a video from his “The Beauty in All” album for the song “Caprice Down.” The video was directed by Jeremy Ian Thomas and features a skate crew called “Hammer City” who live in Long Beach, California. The crew’s founder was a skater named Michael Green A.K.A. Blacc. Mike was gunned down in [cont.]
From Mello Music Group’s upcoming compilation record, Mandala Vol. 1, Polysonic Flows, due digitally on January 28th and physically February 4th. No word if Sean Mandela is involved… Invisible Walls (feat. Oddisee) by Mello Music Group
From Oddisee’s Tangible Dream mixtape, today comes the first music video for the song “Own Appeal.” The video first dives into Oddisee’s writing and production process, heavily influenced by his travels around the world while adapting to each particular situation to fit his needs and creativity. It’s a theme that is present in most of [cont.]
Produced by Oddisee. From The Beauty In All, available now. The Beauty In All by Oddisee
From the upcoming Oddisee mixtape, Tangible Dream. Available exclusively with “The Beauty In All” his new instrumental album everywhere October 1st. Own Appeal by Oddisee
Directed by Grégoire Marty. Take a kaleidoscopic journey through the memories that float in our mind’s eye in this new video from Oddisee. The song “After Thoughts” is a haunting and wistful instrumental that reminisces through an assortment of days in dreamlike fashion. After Thoughts is from Oddisee’s upcoming instrumental project (his first since Rock [cont.]
Jackson, Mississippi’s 7evenThirty continues the push for his recently released album Heaven’s Computer. The record takes listeners on a journey that showcases future-forward thinking while never abandoning his roots and influences. Today 7evenThirty pairs up with Oddisee for a special remix of the song “Nightmare,” featuring marching drums, haunting strings and erie vocals that bring [cont.]
Oddisee on the track. Respect to Nine. Homeboy had this to say to Rolling Stone; “Soon as Oddisee played this beat for me, I knew the world was about to change – this ish was such critical knock. So then I figured, how about a few words for all the cats giving me a hard [cont.]
New EP from Oddisee for I Love Ugly.
14KT teamed up with Oddisee and Olivier Daysoul for the song “High Horse” which is one of four vocal tracks from 14KT’s upcoming EP that features vocals from his slept on instrumental release “A Friendly Game of KT.” Look out for 14KT’s upcoming EP featuring vocal versions of the instrumentals from “A Friendly Game of [cont.]
Oddisee’s album “People Hear What They See” Is out June 12th via Mello Music Group!! Last week, Oddisee dropped the amazing video for his remix of Marvin Gaye’s “Ain’t That Peculiar” in preparation of the full release of “Odd Renditions,” which also features remixes from Bon Iver, K-Os and Metronomy. Today, enjoy the full EP [cont.]
From Oddisee’s “Odd Renditions” EP, hitting May 15th.
It’s SXSW season and Mello Music Group’s Oddisee, Apollo Brown, Gensu Dean, and yU have teamed up with Muve Music, CricketNation and 2DB to launch their latest exclusive compilation. The new Mello Muve Compilation features exclusive new songs, commentary and classic tracks. Mello Muve Compilation (Exclusive) by Mello Music Group
Together, Dunc and Toine have made one of the strongest releases of the year. The DMV representatives are busy finishing up a couple music videos from their album “Makin’ Dollas,” but in the meantime, check out the free download to their song “Untitled” featuring Oddisee. Stay tuned for more info! Untitled (feat. Oddisee) by DTMD
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