The Ten Best Young Jeezy Tracks Released Since He "Fell Off"

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You guys drank the Kool-Aid, didn't you? Now all you can rave about is Rick Ross. Tsk, tsk. The guy told you himself, in no uncertain terms, that he's caught up in a fantasy. Yeah, he's got a talent for picking huge, cinematic beats, and he strings words together nicely from time to time. Problem is William Leonard Roberts II really thinks he's Big Meech or Larry Hoover. His rap name is derived from "Freeway" Ricky Ross, a convicted drug dealer who tried suing Rozay for copyright infringement. (Real recognize real?) To fortify his movement he scrapped the failed Carol City Cartel drams and recruited some young guns. But his ear for talent isn't as crisp as his ear for beats these days. Meek, Pill... if this is the order of the day, no wonder you clowns think Jeezy fell off.

Sure, Jeezy exaggerates, but he gets to ride with Jay-Z. (Real recognize real, indeed.) Now that Thug Motivation 103's been slated for a September 20 release, the trap will be teeming with addicts returning for a fix. At the sixth-anniversary show for TM101, the same bloggers who'd been crying has-been a few months back were crying tears of joy at Jizzle's return. Before the rest of the world catches the vapors and starts claiming they were "always" Jeezy fans, here are the ten songs that in spite of his waning popularity I never stopped listening to Jay Jenkins.

1. Illin' feat. Clipse (Trap Or Die 2)
This dope boy convention was way past due but worth the wait. Push and Mal talk coke like their host over a Lamont Dozier sample.

2. Flexing feat. Fab and Yo Gotti (The Real Is Back)
Probably my summer anthem. Fab's verse is murder and the hook embeds itself in your psyche.

3. Bout That Time feat. Plies
Could do without Plies' tone-deaf shouting on this hit from last summer, but great to listen to while getting ready for the club.

4. Problem (Trap or Die 2)
Motivation-inducing beat with Jeezy doing his Dough Boy impersonation asking if there's a problem in this bitch. Tough talk with heart.

5. Real As It Gets (Jay-Z feat. Young Jeezy)
See, this is why you cant deny Jizzle's rank. He gets a guest appearance on this track plus a shout on "A Star is Born". Where's Rick?



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RAX_ON_RAX
RAX_ON_RAX

DIS GUY IS HILARIOUS! CANT DENY WHAT HES KICKIN THO. JEEZY BEEN AND ALWAYS WILL BE THAT NUKKA! JUST LIKE DUDE SAID "JEEZY GOT A SHOUT OUT ON STAR IS BORN. WHERES RICK?" HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! REAL SHIT!!

Ty
Ty

yeh i know how you feel i been rockin jeezy since day one now all these niggas is catchn on since the relase date  its watever jizzle can make much deserved respect... waitn on that real is back to!!!!!!!!!!!!!

JELLISON
JELLISON

IM REALLY FEELING THIS ARTICLE......ALL THESE OTHER FUCK NIGGAS HOLLIN FAT ROSS BUT THEY CANT RESPECT REAL STREET NIGGA LIKE JEEZY.......REAL TALK......FUCK SOME LYRICS AND BEING LYRICAL......LET THAT NIGGA JEEZY TALK BOUT SOME SHIT WE DON REAL DON OR WE DON BEEN THROUGH AND THATS GOOD ENOUGH FOR ME.......BUT WATCH ALL THESE NIGGAS FROM WHEN THAT "THE REAL IS BACK" TILL THAT TM 103 COME OUT....THEM CATS GON BE RIGHT BACK ON  JEEZYS NUTS.....

Pastor7troy
Pastor7troy

Jellison ur an idiot. I bet you're favorite artist is vanilla ice. What you mean fuck the lyrics? If that's how you see it then Andre 3000,nas,jay z and a few others wouldn't be shit you idiot!

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