OJ da Juiceman
Otis Williams Jr. (born 26 November 1981), better known by his stage name OJ da Juiceman, is an American rapper and founder of the Vanity label 32 Entertainment.
Williams was raised by his single mother in East Atlanta.
Williams got his first job at Orange Julius in 1997, where he discovered his talent for rhyming. He was considering to start a career as a rapper, Williams thought of many names such as "Orange Julius Juice Man" or " Juice Man," but then decided for "OJ da Juiceman ". In the late 1990s, Williams met rapper Gucci Mane, with whom he later than OJ da Juiceman worked.
After the release of more than a dozen mixtapes with DJs like DJ Drama OJ founded as his vanity label Juiceman 32 Entertainment and signed in 2009 an artist contract with Asylum Records.
OJ's Asylum debut "The Otha Side Of The Trap " contain both new titles and tracks from previously released mixtapes, such as the album single "I Gettin ' Money" and " Make The Trap Say Aye ", which is a feature of Gucci Mane contains.
OJ also appeared on the single Jadakiss "Who's Real" and R. Kelly on " Supaman High" and has a new mixtape with DJ Holiday, "Alaska in Atlanta ", brought out. OJ's second album is titled "The Otis Williams Jr. Story " wear.
- 2009: "The Otha Side of the Trap"
- 2013: "The return of da Juiceman "
- 2008: " I'm Gettin ' Money"
- "Make Tha Trap Say Aye " (featuring Gucci Mane )
- 2009: " Stupid (. Playaz Circle feat OJ Da Juiceman )
- " Supaman High" ( R. Kelly feat. OJ Da Juiceman )
- " Ridiculous " ( DJ Drama feat. Gucci Mane, Yo Gotti, Lonnie Mac and OJ Da Juiceman )
- "Who's Real" ( Jadakiss feat. Swizz Beatz & OJ Da Juiceman )
- " Keep It Hood" ( Project Pat feat. OJ Da Juiceman )