High self-esteem, thy name is Young Jeezy. With his latest street album just a week and a day away from release, the trap heavyweight has unleashed a reminder of his inimitable flyness in the form of new mixtape single Stylin’. Here, Nightrydas beatsmith Got Koke cooks up an imperious trunk-rattler of a beat to back Jay Wayne Jenkins as he stunts on the haters, whose girlfriends seem to be feelin’ the rapper almost as much as he’s feelin’ himself. Has this braggadocious street banger left you fiending for more mixtape Jeezy? Seek and ye shall find on ItsThaWorld, scheduled for free digital release next Wednesday, December 12.
Written by richard on 12/4/12
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