This has been on my wait list since '06, actually since '03, when Cheers was the album in heavy rotation in the Trooper II. Once he severed ties with Shady, he created his own label, Black Market, and was set to release Bottoms Up as his third album. Not sure what transpired, but that never happened and now this street album has come into play.
Want to know what Detroit is really like? Then listen to Obie Trice's lyrics- he lays it all out- the Good and the Bad, and the Ugly. He has the ability to capture grimy truth in the sincerest way imaginable. Trice is without a doubt one of the realest rappers out there; he tells the true story of life in the D.