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Excellent album, really good beats and a great comeback!

O. Trice, baby!

I'm in love with this album. True hip-hop!

Good Come Back From Obie

Despite moving away from shady aftermath and having what has seemed like quite some years off since his last release, Obie has returned with 'Bottoms up'. Firstly, the production across the album is first class; the beats really are exceptional. The feature from Eminem on 'Richard' is worth a listen and is a funny gimmicky track, but really is nothing more; the standout tracks for me are 'Hell Yea', 'Secrets' and 'Battle Cry', as these best display Obie's flow and lyricism. Shady aside, the lack of huge guest features on the album is actually quite refreshing; it shows that Obie isn't relying on his peers anymore, whereas in the classic 'Cheers' they appeared on almost every track, and in a lot of instances, actually overshadowed his own talent. I wouldn't describe Bottoms up as a classic, but it's a very strong effort, and hip hop fans should definitely buy this to support real hip hop!


Born: 14 November 1977 in Detroit, MI

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Obie Trice went from no one to someone in the rap world quickly when Eminem signed him to Shady Records and executive produced his debut. Born on the west side of Detroit in the Schoolcraft and Greenfield area, Trice began his rap career humbly. He dropped out of Cooley High School in the early '90s and began making ends meet, which wasn't too easy in the cold, abandoned streets of Detroit. His turning point came in 1998 with the birth of his daughter, Kobie. Shortly afterward, he took note of Eminem's...
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