Former Shady Records artist, Obie Trice has spent 30 years in the game, now he isn’t stressing as much as he probably used to in the past. According to the American artist, he’s got his family to take care of and he records music and puts it out when he feels like. No pressure what so ever. Although he’s been quite absent from the game lately, the American star had a great run back in the day, and it seems his fans from before are still with him up till this moment.
Obie Trice parted ways with Shady Records a while ago but according to him, it’s still Shady all the way for him. It’s nice to see there’s no bad blood between the two. In an exclusive interview with HipHopDx, Obie said;
“I’m just making sure my daughters are good and that I’m getting ready for my grandson. That’s all I’ve been doing. I tour when I can and make music along the way, that’s all. I’m 41 years old so I make music and put it out when I feel like it. It’s no rush for me.
“All the hype is gone for me, you know? That’s the thing — we’ve been there, done that. I feel like I had an album done and I wanted to release it. I want to get back out here and see what the world think about it. That’s it.”
When asked about MGK‘s beef with Eminem, he said;
“You know I’m going to always go with Eminem — period, point blank. I will say that Machine Gun Kelly was probably the best record that I heard that ever dissed Eminem. He’s been in a lot of diss records with other people. I think that was probably the best one that came out.
“But as far as a controversial thing, definitely Marshall [Mathers]. I gotta go with the home front forever. You know, that’s forever. So, I’m a little biased. You might want to be asking somebody else that, but you know, it is what it is. It’s forever Shady for me.”