If Young Jeezy was your new Math teacher, the first thing he’d make clear is that he’d like to be called Mr. Me OK. Besides educating you about who taught you “Trap or Die,” and that two wholes and two halves make three, the ATL veteran wants you to remember his name because he’s the type of rapper to threaten to release his next album with a major competitor (Atlantic) instead of Def Jam. Of course, longtime collaborator Drumma Boy provides a typical hard knocking, street-ready production for the Snowman’s Thug Motivation lesson of the day. Me OK will appear on Jeezy’s upcoming new full-length, Seen It All: The Autobiography. While we await more details, dig into his last Booth appearance on DJ Mustard’s March-featured single, Vato.
Update: We have added the Motion Family-directed visuals for Jeezy’s Me OK single.
Written by Bryan H on 08/4/14
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