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OJ da Juiceman

OJ da Juiceman is a hardcore Southern rapper who produced his major-label recording debut in ’09 2009 after releasing over twelve underground mixtapes, most of them featuring well-known affiliate marketer Gucci Mane. Created Otis Williams, Jr., on November 26, 1981, in Atlanta, GA, he was raised inside a single-parent home within the east part of Atlanta along with his mom and was affected by N.W.A and other hardcore rappers. In the past due ’90s he befriended Gucci Mane, who evolve into one of the most well-known hardcore rappers to emerge from Atlanta in the middle-2000s with strikes such as for example “Icy.” Provided their longtime affiliation, OJ da Juiceman and Gucci Mane frequently collaborated, which helped the previous garner reputation in the Southern rap underground. Furthermore, OJ da Juiceman founded himself like a single musician with over twelve mixtapes hosted by DJ Play, DJ Ace, DJ Dirty Laundry, Trap-a-Holics, DJ Smallz, among others. After founding the vanity label 32 Entertainment, OJ da Juiceman agreed upon a distribution cope with Asylum Information and released his major-label record debut, The Otha Aspect of the Snare (2009), including previously released mixtape materials. The record spawned singles including “I’m Gettin’ Cash” and “Make the Snare State Aye,” the last mentioned offering Gucci Mane.

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