Normally when I get a song stuck In My Head, I drive myself (and everyone else around me) crazy. Such is the case with the latest street single from Young Jeezy, whose signature trap sound has been bouncing around my brain for hours. As you might except from a song whose chorus is “I got trap s**t in my head”, Jeezy shows his mastery of the art of the trap atop Childish Major’s production. With the swaying, crashing beat behind him, the CTE head honcho gives a crash course in trap with an approach that is grimy and aggressive, but still has that intoxicatingly catchy feel that’ll get you rockin’ no matter how much you resist. While the song might be stuck In My Head is not (yet) stuck to Jeezy’s next studio album, which as of now still lacks a title and official release date.
Written by Lucas G. on 09/29/13
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