Last we heard from Obie Trice, he was ringing in the spring on early March’s Pocket Full, a caked-up ode to the late Biggie Smalls. Now, the Motown flame-spitter is back to start the summer off with a Bang. The latest single off Trice’s senior set finds him in fighting form, reveling in the growing success of his indie hustle and busting shots at his rivals in the game. His lyrical fusillade comes backed by an uncredited beatsmith’s grimy synth-sample boardwork. Like what you’re hearing? You’ll be able to find this cut, Booth-acclaimed lead single No Disrespect and many more bangers on The Hangover, coming soon via Black Market Ent.
Written by richard on 05/28/13
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