Detroit legend and former Shady Records cohort Obie Trice has been through a lifetime of up’s and down’s in his 37 short years, but the man still grinds an puts out new music. Today, Trice (real name, no gimmicks) dropped The Hangover, the follow-up to 2012’s Bottoms Up.
Before the album dropped today, Trice released three songs, “Dealer” featuring Young Buck and Tone Tone, “Same Shit” featuring Young Zeether, and “Good Girls.” The rest of the album is filled with 11 more tracks, featuring the likes of Estelle, J-Nutty and more.
Yesterday, we premiered “Letter,” a song Trice wrote to himself to remind him of who he is. He was Obie Trice when he was born, and he’s Obie Trice now. The song didn’t make the album’s final cut.
Listen to The Hangover below, and make sure to buy it on iTunes.