Obie Trice Talks Where He Has Been, His New Project, Detroit’s Music Scene & More [Video]

On Saturday March 18th, the Legends X House presented the Pimp C & Proof tribute show during SXSW 2017 in Austin, TX. During the event, HHS1987’s Terrell Thomas (Eldorado) caught up with hip-hop artist Obie Trice to get some insight on his upcoming moves. Obie Trice spoke to us on where he has been and what he has been working on. After things ended with Shady Records, Obie Trice moved on and created his own record label “Team Black Market”. Preparing to release his third independent album ‘The Fifth’, Obie Trice spoke on his previous projects and what can be expected from his new material. Obie Trice always spoke to us on the importance of SXSW. Stating this was his first time at the well known music festival, Obie Trice dropped some jewels on how the industry works and how SXSW prepares and molds artist for the hard work and grind of the game. Obie Trice concluded our interview by speaking on Detroit’s current music scene and informing us of his upcoming plans for the remainder of 2017.

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TrackBlasters Radio: 26.09.16

Da More Fire Monday – The Correct Flava To Start Your Week Host: DJ P.R. Today’s show includes new bangers from the likes of Audio Push, Scotty ATL, Mick Jenkins, Soul Khan, Chase N. Cashe, Ty Dolla $ign and many more! Press play and enjoy. Record Of The Day: Mick Jenkis – The Healing Component Playlist Audio Push – Leftside Scotty ATL – The Journey T.I. – Warzone **Record Of The Day** Mick Jenkis – The Healing Component Soul Khan feat. Dom O Briggs & F. Virtue – Stop Hitting Yourself Chase N. Cashe – That Feelin’ Vince Staples feat. ASAP Rocky – Prima Donna ScHoolboy Q feat. Jadakiss – Groovy Tony Ty Dolla $ign – Zaddy Mac Milelr feat. Ty Dolla $ign – Cinderella Skylar Grey feat. Eminem – Kill For You **Throwback** Eminem – Superman Eminem feat. Obie Trice, Stat Quo & 50 Cent – Spend Some Time D12 – How Come Download here (right click and save as…)

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Obie Trice Tells Hilarious “10 Sugars” Story About Akon; “I Asked For 10 Sugars” [Video]

Obie Trice has spent a lot of time with very famous people like Eminem and Akon, and sometimes those famous people do some very strange things. After the jump, Obie talks about Rich Homie Quan and Rich Gang (complete with some dance moves) as well as his willingness to work with Detroit artists like Big Sean, Dej Loaf, Trick Trick and more.

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Obie Trice Raps Verse From “Letter” & Details Memorizing Songs [Video]

Obie Trice stopped by the VladTV office before releasing his fourth studio album, The Hangover, and the Detroit emcee rapped a verse from “Letter.” The track, which didn’t make the album cut, features the Black Market Entertainment CEO rapping lyrics, “Wrote a letter to myself, won’t forget my hell,” and “I’ve never been here, never been noticed. Life is more than just a poster on OTIS.” After rapping the verse off the top of his head, DJ Vlad asked Obie how he memorizes all of his songs, and the former Shady Records artist replied, “This is what I do. It’s just like osmosis for me, you know…I’m a hip-hop artist.” He also pointed out that he has forgotten some lyrics from his vast catalog, and he pointed out that even great emcees like Jay Z forget their lyrics.

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