When DJ Drama’s Oh My hit our pages back in April, DJBooth member King_Rick23 said, “this is iight they need 2 make a remix asap!!!” Well King Rick, a mere four months later you’ve finally gotten your wish – it’s the official Oh My Remix! This time around producer Drumma Boy made a tweak to the production, but it’s too small a tweak for my ears; this sounds like the same booming, club-friendly banger we got on the original. Instead, the difference comes behind the mic. With Drama playing the hypeman, Trey Songz replaces Roscoe Dash on the hook and even raps (describing a fine female’s booty as “retarded” in the process), followed by 2 Chainz (of 10 Summaz fame) and the finally famous Big Sean, who’s especially censor-worthy here. With such a complete vocal overhaul the comparison should be easy, so which was better people; the original or the remix? (I’m especially anxious to hear King_Rick23’s thoughts.) Those reaching for the volume on either version will be happy to know that Drama’s new album, Third Power, will finally see the light of day on August 30. Oh my.
Written by Nathan S. on 07/25/11
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