Obie Trice - Got Some Teeth (CD)

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  1. check amazon for Got Some Teeth mp3 download browse other artists under O:O2 Songwriter(s): Obie Trice, Luis Resto, Steven Lee King, Anne Dudley, Marshall Mathers, Kevin Bell, Malcolm Robert Andrew Mclaren, Jeffrey Bass, Trevor Charles Horn Publisher(s): Buffalo MusicBug House Inc.,Eight Mile Style BMG Controlled, Resto World Music, Eight Mile Style LLC, Unforgettable Songs Ltd.
  2. Detroit rapper Obie Trice came up in his city's vibrant turn-of-the-century rap scene as an affiliate of Eminem's, easily the biggest success story in Detroit hip-hop. His irreverent, rough-neck style was in line with the raw, take-no-prisoners style of Motor City peers like D12 and Royce da 5' 9".
  3. Écoutez Got Some Teeth (Album Version Explicit) par Obie Trice - Cheers. Deezer: musique en streaming gratuite. Découvrez plus de 56 millions de titres, créez et écoutez vos propres playlists et partagez vos titres préférés avec vos amis.
  4. Taken from his Debut Album "Cheers", "Got Some Teeth" was Produced by Eminem and Dr Dre and features Some of the Most Amusing and Witty Lyrics You'll Hear. Obie Trice First Appeared on Eminem's "The Eminem Show", Then on the "8 Mile" Soundtrack, Contributing the Song "Adrenaline Rush", as Well as Making a Cameo Appearancee in the Film.1/5(1).
  5. About Got Some Teeth "Got Some Teeth" is the first single from American rapper Obie Trice's debut studio album, tuiworperscondebascioubidpieneuhapling.coinfo song was used as the theme song for the character "Compton-Ass Terry" in the TV show Viva la Bam on MTV. The single peaked at number fifty four on the Billboard Hot , becoming his highest charting single to date in that.
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  7. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Got Some Teeth - Obie Trice on AllMusic -
  8. Apr 08,  · "Got Some Teeth" is the first single from American rapper Obie Trice's debut studio album, Cheers. The song was used as the theme song for the character "Compton-Ass Terry" in .

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