- 1. Intro 0.53 258 plays
- 2. House Nigga 1.21 354 plays
- 3. Burnt Circle 1.44 271 plays
- 4. Frankie 3.27 319 plays
- 5. No Coast ft. J-Hex 4.02 477 plays
- 6. Joseph Kittinger Wings 2.01 243 plays
- 7. Wine and Canvas 1.43 318 plays
- 8. Golden Age (An Ode to Michael Raintree) 2.07 236 plays
- 9. Needy ft. Freddie Bunz 3.00 364 plays
- 10. Randy Savage 2.45 466 plays
- 11. Option Control & the Spirit ft J-Hex 4.10 407 plays
- 12. Rotate ft. KO 3.38 446 plays
- 1. Oreo Jones x Jookabox - Guiding Light 4.23 539 plays
- 2. Oreo Jones x Woodhands x Ko (from Slothpop)- Talk 3.13 443 plays
- 3. Oreo Jones x We Are Hex x J. Brookinz - Haunted House 3.33 407 plays
- 4. Oreo Jones x Laura Balke x Baroke Misty Queens - Gotta Go Baroke 3.27 292 plays
- 5. Oreo Jones x BLKNHBD x Grey Granite - Come Down ft. Omelade 3.11 306 plays
- 6. Oreo Jones x Woodhands x Ko (from Slothpop) - Talk (90lbs Remix) 3.30 253 plays
- 7. Oreo Jones x Fair Fjola - Any Which Way 3.26 543 plays
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Who is Oreo Jones? During the spring of 2010, Oreo Jones took the hip-hop and indie music scenes of Indianapolis by storm with the release of his Delicious EP. The Delicious EP was led by the success of his single “Good Times” which has been featured on several national music blogs and charted up to #4 on the Hypem.com Twitter chart. In short, Oreo Jones is an artist that should be paid attention!
Between 2 releases and his online cooking show, Oreo Jones has had a busy 2011. Kicking off the year, Oreo linked up with indie bands We Are Hex, Jookabox, The Woodhands, and Fair Fijola to craft the collaboration EP Oreo Jones & Friends” to benefit VH1′s Save The Music. This summer found the emcee linking up with DJ Action Jackson for their infamous “Black Fabio” concept mixtape that featured the single “Reggie Miller”. In between recording and performing, Oreo has also been repping for fat kids everywhere with is Youtube series “Let’s Do Lunch with Oreo Jones”, hosting guests like Andy D., Beta Male, and Seanie Mic.
2012 is set to find Oreo Jones finally releasing his debut full length album and much more. Watch for new music, videos, performances, and episodes of “Let’s Do Lunch”!