Rap Name

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"Rap Name"
Obie Trice - Rap Name vinyl cover.jpg
Single by Obie Trice
from the album Music from and Inspired by the Motion Picture 8 Mile
Released October 22, 2002 (2002-10-22)
Format 12" vinyl
Genre Hip hop
Length 3:40
Label
Producer(s) Eminem
Obie Trice singles chronology
"Rap Name"
(2002)
"Got Some Teeth"
(2003)
"Rap Name"
(2002)
"Got Some Teeth"
(2003)
Eminem singles chronology
"Lose Yourself"
(2002) Lose Yourself2002
"Rap Name"
(2002) Rap Name2002
"Superman"
(2003) Superman2003

"Rap Name" is the debut single of American rapper Obie Trice, released as a limited edition vinyl recording, taken from the deluxe edition of the soundtrack to the film 8 Mile. The song features vocals from fellow-label mate Eminem, who sampled the track in two tracks for his album The Eminem Show, released earlier in 2002. These tracks are "Drips" and the intro of the album's lead single, "Without Me", as well as a few other lines from the song. The song also features a vocal sample of The Notorious B.I.G. from his song "Long Kiss Goodnight" from the album Life After Death. The official video was filmed in Detroit with featured cameo appearances by Eminem's group D12.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Rap Name" (Main Version) (featuring Eminem) 3:40
2. "Rap Name" (Clean Version) (featuring Eminem) 3:40
3. "Rap Name" (Acapella) (featuring Eminem) 3:32
4. "Rap Name" (Instrumental) (featuring Eminem) 3:40[1]

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