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  1. Lyrics. Obie Trice Call me baby, baby {She say} Call me baby, baby {She say} Call me baby, baby {She say} Call me baby, baby {She say} [Chorus] I just want you in my arms Obie Hold you till the morning Obie Know you got it going on Obie I don't hear what the rumbleclots say {She say} I just want you in my arms Obie Hold you till the morning Obie Know you got it going on Obie Sex and on that.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Jamaican Girl on Discogs. Label: Shady Records - INTR,Interscope Records - INTR • Format: Vinyl 12 Obie Trice - Jamaican Girl (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(2).
  3. Obie Trice, a member of Shady Records, has released his sophomore effort, called "Second Round's On Me". His first album, "Cheers", released back in , was a very promising debut. I loved that album, and I'm starting to like this one just as much as I like his first. Obie has definitely been through a /5(49).
  4. Eminem Obie Trice "Got Some Teeth" Eminem, Philip G. Atwell "The Setup" Bryan Barber "Don't Come Down" Damon Johnson "Cry Now" Justin Francis "Snitch" Jessy Terrero "Jamaican Girl" Sanaa Hamri "Anymore" Gerard Victor "Spill My Drink" "Spend The Day" "Good Girls" Gerard Victor.
  5. Jamaican Girl. Obie Trice Feat. Brick & Lace. Obie Trice Feat. Brick & Lace. 13, We're Back (Explicit) We're Back (Explicit) Eminem, Obie Trice, Stat Quo, Bobby Creekwater & Cashis. Eminem, Obie Trice, Stat Quo, Bobby Creekwater & Cashis. 12, "Cheers" Album Outro (Obie Trice/Cheers;Explicit) (Edited) 50 Cent Feat. Snoop Dogg.
  6. Aug 15,  · Jamaican Girl Lyrics: Obie baby, baby / Obie baby, baby / Obie baby, baby / Obie baby, baby / I just want you in my arms, Obie / Hold you till the morning, Obie / Know you got it going on, Obie.
  7. Born and raised in Kingston, Jamaica, sisters Nyanda and Nailah Tharbourne grew up singing in the church (their mother was part of the choir, and their father was a professional gospel musician), though they never seriously pursued religious music; instead, they felt themselves drawn to dancehall beats and American R&B. In the duo, calling themselves Brick & Lace (representing the tough.

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