Friday, January 9, 2015


Neo-Soul, R&B, and Hip Hop are the catalyst for this new mixtape by DJ OHH! The “tasteful” yet climatic mood of smooth-evoking music paints a canvas for the easy-listener. In this mix the listener will be impressed with the various throwbacks and recent updates of Neo-Soul. Press play and let DJ OHH! take it away…

Listen to the new mixtape below or on your mobile device via soundcloud @djohhlv. Also follow DJ OHH! on twitter @djohhlv; Instagram @djohhlv;

Track List



Come And Talk To Me (Remix)- Jodeci


Bag Lady - Erykah Badu

Sweetest Thing

I Wanna Be Your Man - Charlie Wilson ft Fantasia


L' Is Gone

Brown Sugar - D Angelo

Back to What You Know

143 - Musiq

I Cant Believe It - T Pain ft Lil Wayne

Tonight (Best You Ever Had) John Legend ft Ludacris

Adorn - Miguel

Beautiful Remix

When I See U - Fantasia

I AM Soldier - (DJ OHH REMIX)  Mary J

Stay With Me - Nolan Rashawn ft Mike Dash E

Lady - Mario

Novacane - Frank Ocean


I Like - Montell Jordan

My Baby

Love - Musiq

So In Love - Jill Scott ft Anthony Hamilton

Kawl Me (90s Remix) - Joell Ortiz ft Novel

DJ - Mohaganey

I Do - Olivia ft French Montana

Magic - Robin Thicke

Having Sex

Imagine That - R. Kelly

Falsetto - Lyfe Jennings

 Deep Inside

Monday, November 3, 2014

What happened to the 90s Reggae

When reggae and the world connected at parties only! The social aspect of the 90s is so different then and now from the dancing, to the they dressed, and embraced the music.
Listen to reggae by Gerald Ahottmesis Smith #np on #SoundCloud

Monday, October 20, 2014

Mash Up Mondays

Listen to I Wanna Rock Wit Dem Boyz "Twerk Mix" (EXPLICIT) Uncle Luke & Wiz Khalifa by ANKOMA #np on #SoundCloud

Wednesday, October 8, 2014


If there’s one thing that makes a comeback after a deficit or disappearance, is what one comes back from to show off something new. DJ OHH! (Me) Is no stranger to the digital mixtape world but has been M.I.A for a while but is back with some fresh releases up and coming. “Every dog has there day,” says DJ OHH! as he premieres his new mixtape RI STATE OF MIND, a compilation of new music for the avid Hip Hop & R&B listeners (Fall 2014). OHH! takes you on a roller coaster with a laundry-list of artists some you heard of and loaded with a lot of newcomers. “I wanted this mixtape to break new artists and some comeback artist like Remy Ma you know,” says OHH!.
Listen to the new mixtape below or on your mobile device via podomatic. Also follow DJ OHH! on twitter and instagram @djohhlv. 
-Oliver Kent, signing off

Tuesday, December 25, 2012


AAAaaaaaaaaaaa YoooooooOHH!..... AIGHT!!!

Happy Holidays to everyone all around the world. Peace and blessings!

Now that we got that out the way, prepare yourself for the Season 2 of the all new ALL BLACK EFREYTHING! Real talk, I put a lot of thought on how to bring the next season of mixes tougher and and beefier... Like reinventing Bruce Lee movies but with faster clearer action.

If you haven't yet, follow me on twitter @djohhlv

Hit Play!
+Kwajo Ankoma +nerv myoho +EJ Cutliff II +Meezy Joettas son +James Walker +Jazzmarr Woodward +Andrew Sharp +Digital DJ Tips +Snoop Dogg +xavier cambray +Brandon Summers 

Friday, October 26, 2012


Another mixtape in the ALL BLACK EFREYTHING series drops  today, and has been a long time coming, #realtalk. After several months of editing and starving the streets, the full 60 minutes and some change has finally arrived!

Now I know I hate to be late with things, but this mix forced me to get my equipment setup better. I'm not a perfectionist by any means, but I critique my work harder than anyone else.

So who's on this mix this time around? Well I put tracks from Slaughterhouse, and I got some Busta, along with Camron, Lupe Fiascoe, Tyga, and a mix of underground and up top Hip Hop. Yes I mentioned Tyga for those of you born in the mid 90s. But I got mad love for everyone.
Hit that play button leave a comment if you feeling it, and if not let me know. AIGHT!!! 

Be on the look out for the net one shortly, Season 2 about to drop!!!

Saturday, October 13, 2012

Lupe Fiasco Speaks On Chicago Violence

The "outcast" of Hip Hop, Lupe Fiasco, had a recent interview by The Source. Lupe expresses his thoughts on  the 300 plus murders over the summer in Chicago, and the violence amongst the gangs and youth. Watch the interview here for yourself.

I'm not one of those people to criticize what's going on in Chicago, but I can ask one question? How can Hip Hop as a culture bring peace to the streets? Is it lack of programs to prevent violence? Or is it the county or city that has not stepped in with an efficient plan. This ain't back in the the day where we can break dance out issues like Electric Boogaloo.

For 300 people gone in one summer and Chicago is not the murder capital, there's gotta be a new way to bring peace  to where there is hell. Tell me what are some ideas or things ypu have seen how Hip Hop has brought peace.