|2||Huff N' Puff||3:15|
|3||Dancing With Ammo||3:55|
|5||'89 Coupe Disaster||3:20|
|6||20's Beef (Skit)||0:53|
|7||Four Deep In A Honda
Featuring – C-Zar Van Gogh, Jake Palumbo, Ciphurphace*
|8||Into The Light||2:31|
|10||Ollie Who... (WTF Club Mix)||4:50|
|11||Gonna Fly Dammit (instrumental)||2:20|
Ollie OX is an American Hip Hop musician, lyricist, and performer hailing from Kalamazoo, Michigan. His musical style often blends varying tones and delivery with subject matter shifting between comical themes, intricate wordplay, widely varying imagery, storytelling, metaphors, and absurdism. Iggy Pop waxes poetic about beef jerky and gas-station living on this taut, one-off collaboration with the experimental hip-hop musician. Bandcamp New & Notable Mar 7, 2019. Angels, Monica by UNKWN. featured on Bandcamp Weekly Sep 11, 2018. Quazarz: Born on a Gangster Star by Shabazz Palaces. The group's new album flirts with pop sensibility, with all the supernatural telepathy you'd expect from a Shabazz Palaces record. Bandcamp New & Notable Apr 25, 2017.
Dancing With Ammo - 20's Beef (Skit), Into the Light, Four Deep In a Honda (Feat. C-Zar Van Gogh, Jake Palumbo & Ciphurphace) and 13 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. From: Ollie OX. Year: 2011. Count: 13. Views: 1. Dancing With Ammo tracks.
Ollie OX is an American hip-hop musician. Dancing With Ammo (2011). 12. 1. See all. Posts. Ollie OX. SpSonSsoSredS. 22 September 2017 ·.
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Ollie the Ox is joining the race hoping to win, but he can’t run very fast. W C Jefferson's charming rhymes and T F Wister's whimsical drawings bring to life a new version of an ancient tale of how the 12 animals of the Chinese Zodiac came to have a year named after them.