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Review: Young Jeezy – Gangsta Party

Review: Young Jeezy – Gangsta Party

What were you doing for Memorial Day weekend? Young Jeezy would answer this question by shocking the hip hop community with a surprise Gangsta Grillz mixtape. Gangsta Party is the first offering from Jeezy in what feels like ages. He’s been quietly creating with the idea of his next album in mind, but in traditional Jeezy fashion he had to make a mixtape stop. Gangsta Party lives up to its title as Jeezy takes a cue from Gucci Mane and works with everybody. He’s not breaking anybody new, but it’s refreshing to experience records with Rich Homie Quan, Young Dolph… continue reading

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Young Dolph Ft. Rick Ross & Young Jeezy – Preach (Remix)

Young Dolph Ft. Rick Ross & Young Jeezy – Preach (Remix)

Rick Ross and Young Jeezy made history when they squashed the beef between each other in 2014. Since, we’ve been graced with several collaborations between the two. Young Dolph pulls them back in for his “Preach (Remix).” The bouncy Zaytoven production is a perfect fitting for Ross and Jeezy to spit some of their best guest verses in a while (especially the latter). In 2015, I hope Young Dolph strikes with the public in the way that High Class Street Music 4 did for me. It was one of my favorite projects of the year. Dolph’s ad-libs are second to… continue reading

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Review: Young Jeezy – Seen It All: The Autobiography

Review: Young Jeezy – Seen It All: The Autobiography

At a glance, Seen It All: The Autobiography doesn’t have a lot going for it. It’s album number five after a hit-and-miss number three and mostly rotten four, and Jeezy isn’t exactly known for switching up his shtick. SIA was met with longer-than-usual delays, it has a cheesy title and subtitle, and the Illuminati-influenced cover is about three years too late to be topical. Even with Boosie, the guest list could be not less surprising. But in spite of itself, Seen It All is a massive success that isn’t just a win for one of rap’s mainstays: it also stands… continue reading

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Wink Loc Ft. Jeezy & Jigg – Want Me Dead (Prod. By T-Minus)

Wink Loc Ft. Jeezy & Jigg – Want Me Dead (Prod. By T-Minus)

A lot of rappers that fell under the CTE branch in the last couple years have sort of fell off the radar and Jeezy has kept it pushing. Always being an affiliate, Wink Loc hasn’t fell into that notion despite almost a year hiatus since his last release. He’s got a currently untitled EP in the works and that’s where “Want Me Dead” will appear on. T-Minus production is always top notch and fitting for these three. This will also be on DJ Folk’s FolkTape. Previously: Video: Wink Loc – Locomotive 3 (Intro)

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August Alsina Ft. Young Jeezy – Make It Home

August Alsina’s consistency mixed with the good music is the reason for his success. Def Jam is pushing ahead with his debut album, Testimony, coming out on April 15. That’s a smart move to do with him touring with 2 Chainz for a while in the months prior. “Make It Home” is the latest single that’ll appear on the LP. Not nearly as catchy but still a solid effort. Previously: Rocky Diamonds Ft. August Alsina – I Pray Follow @SermonsDomain

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Trae Tha Truth Ft. Jeezy, T.I. & Diddy – Hold Up (Prod. By Beat Bully)

Trae Tha Truth Ft. Jeezy, T.I. & Diddy – Hold Up (Prod. By Beat Bully)

Whenever Trae Tha Truth drops a project, it deserves a listen for a lot of reasons. For one, he always manages to nab some special guest features that translate into exceptional music. In case you needed persuasion in that department to listen to his upcoming I Am King mixtape, here’s “Hold Up” (delivered by Lowkey). Featuring Diddy’s stunting (and no verse, unfortunately), Jeezy and T.I., the Beat Bully-produced track denotes dopeness. Previously: Trae Tha Truth Ft. Lil Boss, Wiz Khalifa & Jadakiss – 1 Up Follow @SermonsDomain

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