OJ da Juiceman

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OJ da Juiceman
Birth name Otis Williams, Jr.
Born (1981-11-23) November 23, 1981 (age 34)
Origin Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Genres Hip hop
Years active 2003 – present
Labels 32 Entertainment, 101 Distribution, 1017 Brick Squad (current)
Mizay Entertainment, Asylum Records, Warner Bros. Records (former)
Associated acts 1017 Brick Squad, Gorilla Zoe

Otis Williams, Jr. (born November 23, 1981[1]), better known by his stage name OJ da Juiceman, is an American rapper, actor and songwriter. OJ da Juiceman is founder of vanity label 32 Entertainment.

Early life[edit]

Otis Williams, Jr. grew up with his single mother in eastern Atlanta, Georgia.[2] During the early 1990s, Williams met rapper Gucci Mane, who lived in the same apartment buildings, with whom he would later collaborate as OJ da Juiceman. Juiceman began his music career with Never Again Records, widely known for their 2004 Summer spin-off hit “Black Tee.” Following the creation of his own label 32 Entertainment, he partnered up with Gucci Mane, CEO of So Icey Entertainment. OJ released 6 mixtapes under 32 Entertainment and has been featured on many underground mixtapes featuring various artists.

Music career[edit]

2006-2009: The Otha Side of the Trap[edit]

OJ da Juiceman was shot eight times in April 4, 2009 and performed a show that same week. The shooting has since left him with a permanent limp.[3] After releasing over a dozen mixtapes hosted by such DJs as DJ Drama, Trap-A-Holics, DJ Holiday, DJ 5150, OJ Da Juiceman founded the vanity label 32 Entertainment and signed to the 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 the single "I'm Gettin' Money" and another that featured Gucci Mane, "Make Tha Trap Say Aye".[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.[4][5]

2010-present: The Otis Williams Jr. Story[edit]

OJ's second album was revealed to be titled The Otis Williams Jr. Story. In 2011 & 2012 OJ released a slew of mixtapes, while he promoted his independent label 32 Entertainment. His most recent mixtape was 6 Ringz 2 (The Playoffs Edition) released on March 2, 2013. The mixtape featured guest appearances from Young Scooter, Gorilla Zoe and others. Production was handled by Lex Luger, Metro Boomin, and 808 Mafia.[6] After getting in a Twitter feud with Gucci Mane in September 2013, OJ da Juiceman revealed he had never been officially signed to 1017 Brick Squad.[7] On September 20, 2013, OJ da Juiceman revealed that The Otis Williams Jr. Story would be released digitally on November 23, 2013 by 32 Entertainment.[8] On February 11, 2014 Oj Da Juiceman released the mixtape "Alaska in Atlanta 2" Hosted By DJ Holiday[9]

Other ventures[edit]

32 Entertainment[edit]

32 Entertainment
Founded 2007
Founder OJ da Juiceman (CEO)
Status Active
Distributor(s) 101 Distribution
Genre Various
Country of origin United States
Location Atlanta, Georgia

32 Entertainment, is an Atlanta, Georgia based record label formed in 2007 by OJ Da Juiceman. It is currently operating independently.



  1. ^ a b Birchmeier, Jason (2009). "OJ Da Juiceman > Biography". allmusic. Retrieved 2009-07-15. 
  2. ^ Harris, Michael (January 26, 2010). "HHWired Exclusive: OJ Da Juiceman Speaks On Gucci, Jeezy & Wacka Flocka". HipHopWired.com. Retrieved March 5, 2010. 
  3. ^ Insanul Ahmed. "OJ Da Juiceman - How 21 Rappers Responded To Near-Death Experiences - Complex". Complex. Retrieved 9 March 2015. 
  4. ^ Reid, Shaheem (2009-06-01). "OJ Da Juiceman Hits NYC For Jadakiss' Biker-Heavy 'Who's Real' Video". MTV News. Retrieved 2009-07-15. 
  5. ^ Reid, Shaheem (2009-07-10). "R. Kelly Wants To 'Conquer' Competition With Lil Wayne Before LP". Mixtape Daily. MTV News. Retrieved 2009-07-15. 
  6. ^ Edward Monahan. "Mixtape: OJ Da Juiceman "6 Ringz 2"". Complex. Retrieved 9 March 2015. 
  7. ^ "Otis Williams, Jr. on Twitter". Twitter. Retrieved 9 March 2015. 
  8. ^ "Otis Williams, Jr. on Twitter". Twitter. Retrieved 9 March 2015. 
  9. ^ "OJ Da Juiceman - Alaska In Atlanta 2". Retrieved 9 March 2015. 

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