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Published:November 20th, 2009 15:21 EST
SOP's Battle of the Bands Featuring  OJ DA JUICEMAN FT JODY BREEZE, C BONE - OHH NO

SOP's Battle of the Bands Featuring OJ DA JUICEMAN FT JODY BREEZE, C BONE - OHH NO

By SOP newswire2

Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes Vol. 103
Hosted By OJ Da Juiceman Explicit Lyrics
01. Oj Da Juiceman Ft R-Kelly - Poppin
02. Gucci Mane - Boss
03. Benisour Ft Oj Da Juiceman - Brickman
04. Snoop Dogg - I Wanna Rock
05. Juice Ft Jay Rock, Crooked I & Lv - King Of My City
08. Bobby Valentino Ft Oj Da Juiceman - Party Party Party
09. Drake Ft Colin Munroe - Runaway Girl
10. 50 Cent - Mans World
11. Tekneek - They Wont Let Me
12. Kendrick Lamar - Dumb It Down
13. Oj Da Juiceman Ft Jody Breeze, C Bone - Ohh No
14. Beanie Sigel Ft 50 Cent - I Go Off
15. Joell Ortiz - I Go Off
16. St Laz - Coast 2 Coast Weekly 26 Prod By T.Majesty Ill Breed Music
17. Hood Doe Ft Oj Da Juiceman - Rolla Skatin
18. New Mille Ft Akon - I Dont Know Why
19. Philly Swain Ft Freeway & Ricky Rollack - Mind On My Moola
20. C. Gillie & Illa Ft Francoise - Got It Got It
21. Catskill - Kanye
22. Oj Ft Paper Chase - Watch It
23. Mike T.G.E - No Flexs
24. Yockie Joe Ft Oj Da Juiceman- With The Stamp
25. Oj Da Juiceman Outro

Otis Williams Jr., (born November 26, 1980)[1] better known by his stage name OJ Da Juiceman, is an American rapper and founder of vanity label 32 Entertainment.

Williams grew up with his single mother in eastern Atlanta. During the late 1990s, Williams met rapper Gucci Mane, with whom he would later collaborate as OJ da Juiceman. After releasing over a dozen mixtapes hosted by such DJ`s as DJ Drama, OJ da Juiceman founded the vanity label 32 Entertainment and signed to Asylum Records in 2009. OJ`s Asylum debut, The Otha Side of the Trap, contained both new tracks and previously released mixtape tracks. The album included single "I`m Gettin` Money" and another that featured Gucci Mane, "Make The Trap Say Aye". OJ has kept the streets hot with street bangers like "Dopeman", "50 Bricks" and many more.[1]

OJ also appeared on Jadakiss`s single "Who`s Real" and R. Kelly`s "Supaman High" and has a new mixtape with DJ Holiday called " Alaska in Atlanta.. [2][3] OJ`s second album is to be titled The Otis Williams Jr. Story.[3]