Audio Push

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Audio Push
Origin Inland Empire, California, United States
Genres Hip hop
Years active 2006-present
Labels Interscope, Hits Since '87
Associated acts Hit-Boy
Website audiopush.com
Members Oktane
Price

Audio Push is an American hip hop duo from Inland Empire, California, known for the West Coast hip hop dance, Jerkin'. The group consists of Oktane (Julian Brown) and Pricetag (LJ). In 2009, the duo were signed to Interscope Records.[1] The duo had their first hit single with "Teach Me How to Jerk".

In August 2010, Audio Push released a second single, "Up n Down", which showcases the group's softer side. On this offering, the song has much more of an R&B feel to it as the beat consists of soft piano chords blended with sporadic finger-snaps, and a simple bass line. The song was composed by Boston-based production team, Kadis and Sean. The track became available for digital download on iTunes on August 17, 2010, and the music video was released in September 2010. In November 2010, Audio Push released two singles: "It's Going Up" (ft. Soulja Boy) and "Body Rock" by Mann (ft. Audio Push), In 2012 they released via BLKDMNDS, the singles "Extras" and "Wassup" off of their mixtape Truth Be Told. In 2013, they released a mixtape Come As You Are and signed to producer Hit-Boy's Hits Since '87 record label.[2]

In 2012 Signed with Hit Boy's record label "Hits Since 87 Inc" a part of Interscope records, run independently by Hit Boy himself. Since signing with HS87, they have brought forth music that consists of different genres, not only Hip Hop/Rap, but also R&B, etc. Most known for their song "Shine" off of the Come As You Are album in 2013.

Discography[edit]

Studio albums
  • Audio Push (2014)
Mixtapes
  • The Soundcheck (2009)
  • The Backstage Pass(2010)
  • The Intermission (2010)
  • 7th Letter (2011)
  • My Turn (2011)[3]
  • Truth Be Told (2012)
  • Inland Empire (2012)
  • Come As You Are (2013)

Guest appearances[edit]

List of non-single guest appearances, with other performing artists, showing year released and album name
Title Year Other artist(s) Album
"Goldie" (Freestyle) 2012 Hit-Boy, K. Roosevelt N/A
"Top Notch" Brianna Perry Symphony No. 9
"Top Notch"[4] 2013 Brianna Perry Symphony No. 9: The B Collection
"Them Niggas"[5] HS87, K. Roosevelt All I've Ever Dreamed Off
"You Wouldn't Believe It"[5] HS87, Hit-Boy, K. Roosevelt
"What A Feeling"[5] HS87, Hit-Boy, Kent M$NEY
"Caution"[5] HS87, Hit-Boy
"No Chaser"[5] HS87, K. Roosevelt
"T.U."[5] HS87, Problem, Hit-Boy, Juicy J
"Cypher"[5] HS87, Hit-Boy, Kent M$NEY, B Mac The Queen, Schoolboy Q, Casey Veggies, Xzibit, Rick Ross, Method Man, Redman, Raekwon
"Shoe Box Money"[5] HS87, Hit-Boy, Kent M$NEY
"Only Right"[5] HS87, K. Roosevelt
"All I've Ever Dreamed Off"[5] HS87, Hit-Boy, K. Roosevelt, Robin Thicke
"Lay Up"[6] Funkmaster Flex, Hit-Boy Who You Mad At? Me Or Yourself?
"Plug Music"[7] 2014 HS87, Tish Hyman, Hit-Boy, B. Carr, B-Mac the Queen, N.No, Kent M$NEY, K. Roosevelt We the Plug
"Stripes"[7] HS87, Hit-Boy, B-Mac the Queen, Preach
"Scorn"[7] HS87, Hit-Boy, Kid Cudi, Kent M$NEY
"Members Only"[7] HS87, Hit-Boy, B-Mac the Queen, Kent M$NEY, K. Roosevelt, James Fauntleroy
"Parade"[7] HS87
"B.B.H."[7] HS87, B-Mac the Queen, Hit-Boy
"Grindin' My Whole Life"[7] HS87, N.No, B. Carr, Hit-Boy, Big Hit, B-Mac the Queen, Kent M$NEY

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