Obie Trice feat. Eminem - Rap Name [High Quality]





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Uploaded on Feb 26, 2009

"Rap Name" is the first single by Obie Trice.
At the time Obie Trice was just signed to Shady Records and was featured on Eminem's album The Eminem Show, the film 8 Mile and The Anger Management Tour. Shady released this song as promotional single for the newly-signed rapping upstart but Obie was sent to jail before he could record what would be Cheers.
Music video features the same intro from the "Without Me" video. It shows Obie Trice going for his driver's license but drives recklessly and crashes in a pole in his neighborhood. It also features cameos from Eminem, D12 (minus Bizarre) and DJ Green Lantern.
The first lines explains most of the song material and Obie's presence in Hip-Hop. The line "real name, no gimmicks" refers to the fact that he uses his real name and not an alias. He makes references to Eminem and how he has signed mostly black rappers ("I got the white boys mad at me caused Em signed another black boy like he nigga-happy"). He also references other things like Pamela Anderson, Mad Max, Down to Earth, Rocky and Eric B. & Rakim.

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