O.C. is the latest artist to do his thing for NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert series. Lord Finesse slides through for a bit as the DITC member delivers some classics over live instrumentation.
For the D.I.T.C. heads out there, this one is for you. The legendary O.C. has released a new album titled A New Dawn, which is a continuation of his Same Moon Same Sun album. Stream it in its entirety above.
O.C. A New Dawn Tracklisting
1. A New Dawn
2. Feelin’ Free
3. John Wick
4. 4 Eva
5. Slow Burn
6. Sunday Morning
7. Quick to Jump
10. Live Fast, Die Hard
12. Fair Game
13. Ignorance Is Bliss
15. Ethics (Who Are You)
16. Give It Up
O.C. and Apathy’s joint album Perestroika is shaping up to be a good one. After releasing Live From the Iron Curtain and Soviet Official, the duo get Just Cuz for the hook on the smooth “Globetrotters.”
Apathy and O.C. drop another jewel from Perestroika as they go “Live From The Iron Curtain.” The Demigod and D.I.T.C. legend sound comfortable alongside one another and Perestroika has the makings of being a winner.
Apathy has announced that he and O.C. will drop a collaborative album later this year titled Perestroika. To go along with the announcement comes the video for the MO$$ produced song.
“Live from the Iron Curtain”
“Tomorrow Is Gone” f. Slaine & Kappa Gamma
“Winter Winds” f. Marvalyss
“Covey Leader to Raven”
“No More Soft Shit”
“STOMKILLCRUSHMODE” f. Celph Titled
“What It’s All About”
“Globetrotters” f. Jus Cuz
O.C. drops another jewel from his forthcoming album Same Moon, Same Sun dropping on January 30. Check out “The Good Man” produced by Soultronik.
Legendary DITC emcee O.C. announced a new album titled Same Moon, Same Sun dropping on January 30th and cut loose a new single titled “Serious.”
O.C. & Pharoahe Monch drop their music video for the song “Night Rider” which is directed by Giff & Harold Urena. The song was taken from the DITC Studios Deluxe Edition album and the song was produced by Motif Alumni.
Producer Ras Beats grabs Detroit’s Elzhi and New York legend O.C. for “Knowledge Of Self” off of Ras Beats’ album Control Your Own.