Mike Doughty (feat. Moon Hooch and Miss Eaves) - "Oh My God Yeah Fuck It" (video) (Premiere)

by Brice Ezell

6 October 2014

Those who know Mike Doughty as an acoustic singer/songwriter will no doubt do a double take when they hear his take on hip-hop with his tune "Oh My God Yeah Fuck It".
 

For his latest album, the pledge-funded Stellar Motel, singer/songwriter Mike Doughty decided to go in a direction far different than he’s ever done before. Though he’s cut his teeth on a brand of “acousticky singer/songwriter” material, Doughty has now taken to hip-hop, with the assistance of Stellar Motel producer Good Goose. To say the least, the collaboration resulted in some colorful tunes.
  
A particularly noteworthy one of these tunes is the Beastie Boys-indebted “Oh My God Yeah Fuck It”. As the song’s title more than implies, it’s a kinetic, effervescent number that shows Doughty’s playful take on hip-hop. For this tune, he’s joined by the sax-and-drums trio Moon Hooch and rapper Miss Eaves.

Here’s what Doughty had to say to PopMatters about the song: “‘Oh My God Yeah Fuck It’ is a chant I wrote for another artist, who didn’t like it, so I had to find another place for it. Moon Hooch are a pretty crazy party band, and I wanted to collaborate with them, so I just took it there. Miss Eaves is a great rapper that I met that I was just determined to get on a song—and this is what happened to be what my producer Good Goose were working on.”

Check out the zany and off-the-wall video for “Oh My God Yeah Fuck It” below:



You can catch Mike Doughty at any of the following tour dates:

Oct 8—St. Louis, MO—Duck Room at Blueberry Hill
Oct 9—Lawrence, KS—The Bottleneck
Oct 10—Denver, CO—Walnut Room (2 shows)
Oct 11—Salt Lake City, UT—Kilby Court
Oct 12—Boise, ID—Neurolux
Oct 14—Vancouver, BC—Biltmore Cabaret
Oct 15—Seattle, WA—Triple Door
Oct 17—San Francisco, CA—The Chapel
Oct 18—Los Angeles, CA—The Mint
Oct 19—Las Vegas, NV—Bunkhouse Saloon
Oct 20—Phoenix, AZ—Musical Instrument Museum
Oct 22—Austin, TX—Cactus Cafe
Oct 23—Dallas, TX—Lola’s
Oct 24—Houston, TX—Warehouse Live Studio
Oct 25—New Orleans, LA—Gasa Gasa
Oct 26—Pensacola, FL—The Handlebar
Oct 28—Tampa, FL—Crowbar
Oct 29—St. Augustine, FL—The Original Cafe Eleven
Oct 30—Atlanta, GA—Eddie’s Attic (2 shows)
Nov 1—Nashville, TN—City Winery
Nov 12—Providence, RI—Columbus Theatre
Nov 13—Portland, ME—One Longfellow Square
Nov 14—Burlington, VT—Higher Ground
Nov 15—Rochester, NY—Water Street Music Hall
Nov 16—Cleveland, OH—Music Box Supper Club
Nov 18—Columbus, OH—Rumba Cafe
Nov 19—Ann Arbor, MI—The Ark
Nov 20—Chicago, IL—City Winery
Nov 21—Milwaukee, WI—Shank Hall
Nov 22—Minneapolis, MN—Dakota Jazz Club (2 shows)
Nov 24—Pittsburgh, PA—Club Cafe
Nov 25—Washington, DC—Jammin’ Java
Nov 26—Philadelphia, PA—Tin Angel
Nov 28—Boston, MA—Johnny D’s
Nov 29—New York, NY—City Winery
Dec 6—Woodstock, NY—Bearsville Theatre

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