Who is hotter in the streets than OJ Da Juiceman? If you have a long list of names, perhaps you aren’t quite in tune with what is going on in the seedy underbelly of Hip-Hop. Otis “OJ” Williams Jr. has been doing it for the ‘hood since his 2003 hit Black Tee. Since, then OJ has done what only a select few can do, sell out venues across the nation based on his hustle and tenacity. Without a major release yet, he’s resolved to push until he infiltrates Hip-Hop like his cohort Gucci Mane.
If you can survive in these harsh streets, you can conquer just about anything,” OJ says cpnfidently. If youre in the trap, it makes you grind harder. When youre riding solo-you pop something in and reflect on the lyrics. He’s got his own label, 32 Entertainment, which has banged out six official mixtapes and innumerable bootlegs. The buzz has transcended the streets and the demand has hit the internet and all of its digital extensions.
AllHipHop.com caught up with OJ Da Juiceman at a recent stop and got the 411. Peep it!