OK Cobra

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OK Cobra
Origin Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Genres Hip hop
Years active 2005 (2005)–present
Website www.urbnet.com/OKCobra
  • Fritz tha Cat
  • Recordface

OK Cobra is a Canadian hip hop duo, consisting of rapper Fritz tha Cat (Ryan Somers) and producer Recordface (Tim Horlor).[1]


Childhood friends originally from London, Ontario, Fritz tha Cat and Recordface later reunited in Montreal, releasing their self-titled debut album in July 2005.

The album quickly reached #1 on Chart's hip hop charts,[2] and the singles "Child in Rhyme" (sampling Deep Purple's "Child in Time"), "Time Flies" and "Fall Dumbass" have garnered extensive airplay on CBC Radio 3, which named "Time Flies" one of the best songs of 2006.

Their second album, "Delirium Tremens," was released in Sept. 2010,[3][4] with a follow-up EP of demo tracks and remixes following in 2010.

OK Cobra's third album, "Tilting at Windmills," is planned for an early 2011 release.



  1. ^ * Scott C. "Going the distance: OK Cobra’s Fritz tha Cat and Recordface, dialing and profiling". Montreal Mirror. Retrieved 2008-03-15. 
  2. ^ "Thom Yorke Erases Sonic Youth From The Top". Chart Attack - Aug 9, 2006
  3. ^ "OK Cobra Make Redemptive Return With New Record Delirium Tremens". CityNews Online, Oct 13, 2009
  4. ^ "OK Cobra Delirium Tremens". Exclaim!, By Thomas Quinlan Sep 28, 2009

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