Weedsday Playlist: Oscar P Shares 5 Songs For Your Next Smoke Session

Raised in Williamsburg, Brooklyn and Washington Heights in Manhattan, Oscar P. is as groundbreaking as it gets and has been named one of the best-selling afro house music artists on Traxsource.

Over the past 25 years he has fused Afro-Latin and deep house influences from New York, Chicago, Detroit and South Africa to create a unique sound that defines his style today. His discography has grown on a variety of labels including Strictly Rhythm, Tool Room, Yoruba, Kolour Recordings, Open Bar Music, MoBlack, Naughty Boy and Balance Music.

As a producer he has done remixes for JAE, Jamiroquai, Adele, Omar, Mark Farina, KiNK, Soul Minority, Todd Terry and Physics. A world traveler, he logged in at fixed times in some of the biggest sites in the world. And with more than 40 top-ten releases over the past three years, a who’s who of music industry pioneers backs his productions.

Oscar P operates two of the most respected underground house labels, Color recordings and Open bar music. He also co-produces west coast weekend. A conference and boutique music festival that draws people from around the world to its home base of San Diego, California.

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Featuring tunes from Black Coffee, Rocco Rodamaal, Norty Cotto and more, we’re really digging into Oscar picks this Weedsday.

Top 5 songs to smoke this week

OVEOUS, Don Kamares -
PolyRhythm & Sheleah Monea - "Is it a crime" (Remix by Doug Gomez)
Norty Cotto-