Like Bow Wow, Romeo, Diddy, and the Tampa Bay (Devil) Rays before him, the artist formerly known as Young Jeezy has cut down the fat on his name and is now officially, and simply, Jeezy (not that anyone thought he was that young to begin with). Minor changes aside, Jay Jenkins is back to his old form, making heavy-hitting bangers such as his latest track, Greatest Trapper Alive. With a fast paced production reminiscent of an 80’s car chase soundtrack, Needlz provides the momentum that allows Jeezy to flow through his classic witticisms with ease (“Like an illiterate *****, I hope I never see a pen.”). If you liked the return of Jeezy to your headphones, be sure to look out for his Trap or Die 2: By All Means Necessary mixtape, the official prelude to TM103. Oh, and if you need any more anticipation for the album drop, check out this link. As always Booth Heads, keep it locked here for more.
Written by Sigurd on 04/21/10
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