Just when you thought that you’ve Seen It All,
Young Jeezy makes the announcement that his new single, which is also the title track off his upcoming LP, features a little someone by the name of Shawn Carter. That should get hip-hop heads on the interwebs talking, eh? Over the cool boardwork of Cardo, the two hip-hop veterans share the stage, complementing one another instead of one overshadowing the other. Is this collaboration, originally conceived during Magna Carta Holy Grail sessions, a great way to kick off the CTE bossman’s fifth major label studio album (out September 2) or just a bunch of hype without the substance to back it up? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.
Written by Lucas G. on 06/30/14
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