Obie Trice We All Die One Day for Throwback Thursday

Obie Trice We All Die One Day for Throwback Thursday

Once again, we have arrived at another Thursday, which we’re closer to the weekend. For this week’s Throwback Thursday, we’re going back to the year 2003. Obie Trice was signed to Eminem and his Shady Records debut was called Cheers. Cheers were a really good album and it eventually went gold. The album had hits like Shit Hits the Fan, Average Man, Lady, The Set Up and the featured track. We All Die One Day is the title and it was a straight classic when it dropped. We All Die One Day featured Eminem, 50 Cent and Lloyd Banks back when Shady and G-Unit were killing it. Obie Trice released his fifth studio album last year called the Fifth. The Fifth is a nice project and it got me thinking about his Cheers album. While Obie Trice isn’t on signed to Eminem anymore, he still rides for Shady.

As we all know, Eminem has had a much publicized beef with Nick Cannon and Obie Trice released a diss track. Either way, Obie Trice’s newest album is worth a listen because he can spit. If you want to hear some throwback music from Obie Trice, his Cheers album is amazing. Check out one of his gems above in We All Die One Day featuring Eminem, 50 Cent and Lloyd Banks. Do you remember Obie Trice? What did you think about his Cheers album? How about We All Die One Day featuring Eminem, 50 Cent and Lloyd Banks? What other tracks were you feeling from the album? Leave some feedback below about the featured track, the Cheers album or anything related to Obie Trice.

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