It goes without saying that, if you cross Young Jeezy, you’re in for some Rough treatment. Nonetheless, the CTE general takes the latest leak off his pre-album mixtape as an opportunity to drive the point home, enlisting signee Freddie Gibbs to drop hard-edged rhymes over a street-ready instrumental by Lil Lody. The Real Is Back 2 is set to drop soon, paving the way for the September 20, release of Thug Motivation 103: Hustlerz Ambition; keep it locked for all the latest on both!
Written by richard on 08/22/11
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