American rapper, Obie Trice makes his long awaited return with “92.” The nostalgic track serves as the first drop from the Detroit spitter’s upcoming album, The Fifth dropping August 23rd.
In a recent chat with DX, Obie revealed the significance of the year ’92.
“’92 for me, that’s when I really, really started seeing these cats are getting money out here that’s my age,” the rapper explains. “It was like a real crazy year. That’s when I kind of got in the game and things of that sort. So, it was the year I became an adolescent and started doing things that I normally wouldn’t do when I was in middle school and just figuring out the ‘ching-ching.’ how the dope game go and everything like that.”
Listen to 92 below.
Elsewhere in the interview, the 41-year old shares his take on the Eminem vs MGK beef or whatever it is that was.
“You know I’m going to always go with Eminem — period, point blank,” he says. “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.”