Posts Tagged ‘Young Jeezy’


Who’s in the mood for some vintage Young Jeezy tonight? Drumma Boy cooks up a standard trap beat, but Jeezy’s flow brings it alive. By mid-point, you’ll no doubt be nodding your head and/or humming along. Although there’s been a lot of new talent coming out of ATL (Rich Homie Quan and Young Thug, in particular), most aren’t as lyrically inclined as the Snowman. If Jeezy wants to make it a hot summer, ATL is there for the taking.




Rick Ross made the unveiling of his Mastermind album cover an event by having it coincide with a surprise announcement ending his beef with Jeezy. The pair had been squabbling for years through songs and even a brief physical altercation between their crews at the BET Hip-Hop Awards. Despite those ill feelings being in the past, the two still appear to be in a combative mood as indicated by the title of their reunion song, “War Ready.” Mastermind is due out March 4.



It’s 2014, but Jeezy isn’t finished with 2013 per his feature on Rocko’s latest, “Which1UWorkin.” This would be your standard 808/trap fare outside of the novelty of Jeezy co-opting Migo’s “Versace” flow. Rocko is working on a new mixtape entitled Expect the Unexpected.

If you went to sleep last night waiting for Game’s latest “Sunday Service” drop, you’ll be starting off the day with thick strippers, Future and Young Jeezy on “I Remember.” Hearing Game doing his Future impersonation is worth the price of admission alone. Game’s Jesus Piece album drops on December 11.


Since Jeezy had one of the more popular Obama songs back in 2008, it’s only right that he drop another track in light of  the President’s big win last night. Some of you may disagree, but I like the feel of this one way more than “My President Is Black.” Was waiting for a big beat drop, though.

After getting pushed back over a week, Freddie Gibbs has finally dropped Baby Face Killa. Off first listen, it’s impossible to see Gibbs fans not being pleased with this project. The guest spots mostly all mesh and there’s good variation in the production. We still have a few months left, but this is one of the better mixtapes dropped so far this year.



Canei Finch supplies a lively soul loop and Kendrick Lamar does the rest. That’s not to say Young Jeezy doesn’t drop a solid verse, but this is Lamar’s show. As usual, the flow is sharp from the verses to the hook. Some fans will recall this sample from Skyzoo and 9th Wonder’s “Beautiful Decay.”