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'Dr. No's Experiment'

Oh No’s third full-length showcases instrumental goodness the Beastie Boys could only dream of achieving.

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NoCal beatsmith Oh No, né Mike Jackson, might have been a top-notch taxidermist or inheritance-law lawyer, but with his familial pedigree—father Otis Jackson was a small-time soul singer; his brother Madlib might be small-time hip-hop’s most revered producer—this path was inevitable. Oh No’s third full-length showcases his utterly unique style with 28 tracks of world-wise instrumental goodness the currently non-rapping Beastie Boys could only dream of achieving.

Oh No
Stones Throw
Aug. 14


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