The Snowman drops Jay Z-assisted title track, will deliver fifth studio album in September.
Jeezy will deliver his fifth studio album, Seen It All, on September 2, reports Miss Info. The Snowman announced the release date during a conference call through his label Def Jam Records Monday (June 30).
In addition to the date, Jeezy has also dropped the album's title track, featuring Jay Z and produced by Cardo. Like much of his music, "Seen It All" is about peddling drugs and details some of what he and Hov have seen in their lifetimes. The track was originally slated for Magna Carta...Holy Grail, according to the producer.
As a full-length album, Seen It All will be a "Bible" or "manual" of sorts that is centered around one main overall concept, Jeezy has said. "The moral to the story is never quit, never let up," he told MTV News about the album last month. "A win is a win."
If anyone knows the benefits of persistence, it's Jeezy, especially in regard to this particular album. Last November, he publicly blasted Def Jam for delaying the album and threatened to leak the project as an "early Christmas gift" provided that the label didn't "get this right."
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