Ohana Bam tackles unused Kanye West production on his new project ‘Orientation’

Andrew Barber


Ohana Bam emerges with Orientation, his new seven-song project, featuring the Chicago artist taking previously unused Kanye West instrumentals and making them his own. Compiled mostly from various Kanye beat CDs that have surfaced on the internet over the past decade, Ohana puts a refreshing new spin on beats that were mostly created to serve the late 90s and early 00s. You know what’s crazy, though? These don’t sound that dated for the most party. Maybe I’m buggin, but I stand by that statement.

Class is in session below.

Orientation – 2001
Gatsby – 1997
Fight With The Best – 1999
Memory Valley – 1997
Do Or Die – 1997
Monte Carlo – 1997
Shawty – 2005


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