Oddisee explains the meaning of his name, the influence of other genres and regions, and the benefit of working with a diverse group of artists. I just love music. I love all of it, like passionately. I’m never trying to do something because that the IT thing to do right now. Oh, this sound is … Read more
Soul Culture drops an excellent interview with Oddisse during his recent trip to London. Here the Diamond District producer talks about his first Casio keyboard, discovering production during his senior year of high school, the influence of his multicultural heritage, and looking to other genres of music for inspiration. The real meat of the interview … Read more
Producers Oddisee, Kelakovski, Charlie Dark, Morgan Zarate, and Baby J converged upon the Louis Den Beat Cypher to showcase their audio wares and beat rocking abilities.
In a promo for Comcast’s channel 1 series The Stand, Oddisee dusts off the original Ensoniq ASR-X used to make his first beat.
DC producer Oddisee drops an essential instrumental collection. The Odd Summer EP features seven instrumentals along with the bonus vocal track “That Day” featuring Muhsinah. Download: Odd Summer EP by Oddisee [respect to Put Me On It]
DC producer/mc Oddisee takes us on a journey into his stripped down home studio to reveal his daily work regimen and philosophy.
Oddisee gives a tour of Washington D.C., notable Hip-Hop spots, record stores, and memories.
Oddisee talks about his working on Jazzy Jeff’s album The Magnificent, production equipment, and tastes in record digging. He claims to use only an ASR-X and dig for records by cover art… judging by his work it’s not a bad way to approach things. Check the full interview.