A Long Red Hot Los Angeles Summer Night

Blu & Oh No - A Long Red Hot Los Angeles Summer Night
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Based on 3 reviews
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Based on 160 ratings
2019 Ratings: #145
March 1, 2019 / Release Date
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CRITIC REVIEWS

80
The Needle Drop

A Long Red Hot Los Angeles Summer Night contains quite a bit of Blu and Oh No's best work to date.

73
Pitchfork

Evoking the golden age of LA hip-hop with rapid-fire rhymes, vivid set pieces, and sample-centric beats, the rapper finally offers a proper follow-up to an ill-fated opus.

AZIZ
77
Finally, a return to form.
BFunk32
83
Omg it’s mixed and mastered right
JustSomeGuy
69
I haven't heard anything from either artist involved so I don't have anything to compare this with, but this is actually a really good album. This is definitely a really good rap album which has some of the best hip-hop songs to come from this year.

Most of the second half of this record is just great rap song after great rap song. I feel like if this whole album was just tracks seven through seventeen, then I would have liked this album a hell of a lot more than I actually did. There were a ... read more
PipePanic
76
I'm not gonna lie. I don't think I really cared about Blu, Oh No or this project realistically before The Bald Man came in.

The Bald Man did say 'This album is pretty good', and as we all do here, we blindly follow the Bald Man. I've discovered many a good record through the Bald Man. The Bald Man is always right, except when he's not (in which case the Bald Man is always wrong). So, what did the Bald Man have for me today?

A decent hip-hop album. Yeah, this was nice. Good job Bald Man.

This ... read more
WhatTheFunk
80
Blu is finally back with a new solo album and not a bad-sounding mixtape of badly recorded sounds, all produced by Oh No, it's gone: with the contributions of some of LA's best underground MCs, Californians Blu and Oh No have finally put together their collaborative effort, "A Red Hot Summer Los Angeles Night". The album is a little less than 50 minutes long, but it is embellished by Blu's dense rhymes and Oh No's clever productions. This album is extraordinarily well executed and is ... read more
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Track List

  1. Intro
  2. The Lost Angels Anthem (feat. Kezia)
  3. It Never Rains in South L.A.
  4. Round Bout Midnight (feat. Abstract Rude & Self Jupiter)
  5. Straight No Chaser (feat. Donel Smokes)
  6. Boogie to Flex (feat. Definite, Ca$hus King & MED)
  7. Champagne
  8. The Robbery (feat. Montage One & Tristate)
  9. Liquor Store (feat. Donel Smokes & Ca$hus King)
  10. Made the Call (feat. Ca$hus King, Definite & MED)
  11. Stalkers (feat. Donel Smokes)
  12. Pop Shots
  13. Do the Crime
  14. Murder Case (feat. Brandi Price)
  15. Facing Time
  16. Jail Cypher (feat. Playa Haze, Mic Holden, Ayun Bassa, Jabee, Carl Roe & LocalBlac)
  17. Fresh Out
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Added on: March 1, 2019