Jeezy still moves weight. The rapper from the "Bottom of the Map" proved that he’s indeed “OK” after his seventh studio album, Seen It All: The Autobiography, has moved 121,000 units in the first week, surging the album to No. 2 on the Billboard 200 charts.
The debut is a step up from The Snowman’s 2012 TM:103 Hustlerz Ambition release, which opened at the No. 3 spot on the charts. Seen It All, which features assistance from Jay Z, Future and August Alsina, maintains the Atlanta rapper’s coke chronicles and 'hood hymns template while offering an introspective approach to Jeezy’s life as he’s been in the rap industry for more than a decade.
The album placement is surely a cause for celebration for the rapper, who hosted a star-studded release concert at Stage 48 in New York City on Sept. 4. Now that Jeezy is back on the road for Wiz Khalifa’s Under the Influence of Music Tour, both rappers can pop a celebratory bottle of Jizzle’s Avion Tequila. Wiz recently earned his first No. 1 album with the Aug. 19 release of Blacc Hollywood.
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