There are only two guarantees in life; death and taxes. Actually, make that three. When you’re doing it as big as Young Jeezy and T.I., you’re guaranteed to make “Fake Ass M*thaf**kas Envy.” F.A.M.E., the latest single off Jeezy’s endlessly-delayed senior set, finds always high quality production crew J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League serving up a poignant, sampled beat that’s far more cinematic soundtrack than trap banger. Speaking of which, ATL trapper Jeezy and his Grand Hustle homie TIP (who just made his exit from the halfway house where he spent the final weeks of his prison sentence) spit about their determination to soldier on through life’s struggles, with Jizzle in particular delving into some of the most personal and introspective rhymes we’ve ever heard from him.. While we don’t have a release date for Thug Motivation 103, and frankly I don’t think anyone does, we do have a tentative release date for the release date: expect an update sometime next week. Until then….
Written by richard on 10/2/11
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