“MY VAN” MC Oroville Produce by: G Pek Feat. Luke Sick, Topr, Conceit, & Brandon B
Lord Facials writes:
It’s been about 3 years in the making, and the same amount of scrapped together computers used in the process, but finally it’s here: Do Something, MC Oroville’s follow-up to the
classic From The Land Of Mountains That Are Flat. There have been many lost sessions in the all the computer problems, dating back to the original Ranch basement, but for the most part Do Something consists of a string of recordings that began after the first Tall Can Gurp City OlympicsMarathon (hence, the first song recorded being “Tall Can Champ”). Everything was super no budget, down to the freezer bag of shake that catalyzed the album and died as the last songs were finished, and there were many long nights in Bomb Shelter aka Ranch III. White Paul and myself didn’t really have anything to make beats on, so we ended up sampling shit into Audition, chopping it, looping and piecing it together manually…you can probably tell, but fuck it. Oroville wrote most of the songs on the spot, and recorded them in a few takes, if that. He was in prime form for these sessions and was dubbed a Young Tyson, and I think listeners will be able to hear how he has improved since the first album. Thug E Fresh, who was responsible for salvaging all the lost files throughout the years, would recruit Oroville to record all the good sounding posse cuts with all the other Gurp City All-Stars. In short, that is the history of Do Something. What started as a mixtape, kinda, turned into an album, kinda. It was a good time, a lot of fun nights of shake blunts and cheap malt liquor, and I think that translates clearly. Do Something, fucker.
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