Obie Trice Preps First Album Since Leaving Shady Records
Obie Trice has linked up with Toronto producer MoSS (Ghostface, Game, Sean Price) to release a street album next month.
The disc, titled Special Reserve, will feature 11 tracks entirely produced by MoSS. It will be the first LP that the Detroit rapper has released since departing from Eminem’s Shady Records.
Obie left Em’s imprint back in 2008 due to creative differences. Under the label he put out two albums, 2003’s Cheers and 2006’s Second Round’s on Me.
Special Reserve is set to hit shelves on December 15 though MoSS' own indie label, Mossappeal Music. —Max G