i’m pretty much completely off the jeezy train, but i’ll listen to anything with a HOV verse for the lone reason that i love judging jay-z verses nowadays. “seen it all” is the title track from jeezy’s next album, due out september 2nd, and guess what? HOV had a pretty great verse.
i hadn’t even heard this track prior to the video, but a 2 chainz feature does wonders nowadays. jeezy’s latest west coast club heater took to vevo to get a high-profile music video for a track off of a mixtape. in the clip, you’ll find your standard club fanfare, along with cameos from big sean, ne-yo, snoop, luda and more.
jeezy’s it’s tha world can be downloaded on the webs.
by now, you’re vehement on your opinion of this song. you either love it, or TJ is the bane of your existence. i’m one of the former variety, and that’s why all these GD remixes we’re about to hear will probably get some posting. the word on the street is that there’s a 17 verse remix in the cue, but here’s 3 of those – all of which gather ATL’s finest. check it out below.
when obama was elected, we had “my president is black,” and we all celebrated accordingly.
this time around, jeezy goes for less trap, more rap, and puts out another track (which he absolutely had on reserve) in honor of our president’s reelection last night.
gangsta gibbs is prepping baby faced killa for a free release with dj drama on sept 25 (and a no dj version to itunes), and he’s been dropping gems along the way. first we got the krayzie bone and spaceghostpurpp assisted “kush cloud,” only to be followed up with this jeezy collaboration. listen and download below.
lil wayne flat out fucking sucks now. he needs to quit rapping to go fuck off to some trukfit. he’s literally said the same thing in every single verse in the last four years. jeezy’s verse is alright, but this song was never anything great to begin with. the only saving grace of this song (drake) signed off for some reason, so there ya go.
first off, let it be known that kevin hart and trey songz directed this video. the kevin hart aspect involves forced comedy, and the trey songz aspect involves a plethora of good looking women swarming football fields with pads on playing a derby style game of the pigskin.
and this is off his new album chapter v, etc etc etc
while this is a pretty good song that’ll do well on the radio, it’s shitty to me when talented r&b singers throw a bunch of rappers on their tracks for the hell of it. stick to what you know, or something. and if you’re wondering – lil wayne is still terrible. trey’s chapter V is out august 21st.