OJ Da Juiceman Serves Up A New Street Single Titled “Pyrex” Featuring Decatur Redd

When the history of ATL’s trap era is written there needs to be a whole chapter about Otis Williams Jr. aka OJ Da Juiceman. Born and raised in East Atlanta, he made a name for himself putting in work at the Texaco and shook up the local music scene in 2004 with his song “Black Tee.” His street exploits are the stuff of legend, such as surviving a shooting in 2009 and coming back to perform onstage that same week. Over the years he’s worked closely with Gucci Mane and Waka Flocka and maintained a steady flow of mixtapes and albums, collaborating with the city’s top producers including DJ Drama, Trap-A-Holics, 808 Mafia and Mike Will Made It.

O.J.’s latest release, of which the artist says, simply: “Juiceman been in the streets—had to pull my Pyrex out on these folks.” Stream the Decatur Redd-produced track below.

Boonie The Kid Teams Up With Up And Coming Songstress Jahna Rachelle To Create “Blue Diamond Girl”

Returning to the scene after a short hiatus from Penalty Records and landing an endorsement deal with Vodka Brand Corps for their Blue Diamond Vodka, Boonie The Kid is making his mark. In addition to his endorsement, Boonie relaunched his own company, Steelhouse Entertainment with worldwide distribution with Grind Mode Music Worldwide.

Boonie made a power move enlisting the talents of Diggin In The Crates super producer, Buckwild with Kurrup Money Entertainment and up and coming songstress, Jahna Rachelle to create “Blue Diamond Girl”. The single was released and has already received praise for its nostalgic feel. This is the first single off his forthcoming project, Blue Diamond. You can now download Blue Diamond Girl on your favorite digital retailer.