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The Otha Side of the Trap

OJ da Juiceman

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not worth it

im white and ive recorded better rap songs than all these tracks

Is the rap game running out of names?

Absolute crap album, not to mention that when you start using names like "OJ Da Juiceman", "RubberBand Man" and "Dj HollaatchaboyforsomePurpleKoolaidejuicethatain'tjuice" you better start looking other places for an income. Not even good "music"!

Aye, Aye, Aye, OK!!!!!

i think his mixtapes outshines this..and why is COP A CHICKEN only 1:47 mins thats a street banga right there. Boomin and Bunkin shoulda been on here, but this album still shouldnt be slept on, oj is the truth. "Make the trap say aye" is definently one you should buy!!!! . FREE GUCCI MANE!!!!

Biography

Born: November 26, 1981

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s

OJ da Juiceman is a hardcore Southern rapper who made his major-label album debut in 2009 after releasing over a dozen underground mixtapes, many of them featuring well-known affiliate Gucci Mane. Born Otis Williams, Jr., on November 26, 1981, in Atlanta, GA, he grew up in a single-parent household on the east side of Atlanta with his mother and was initially influenced by N.W.A and other hardcore rappers. In the late '90s he befriended Gucci Mane, who would evolve into one of the more popular hardcore...
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