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Young Jeezy 'Seen it All: The Autobiography' | Album Reveiw



Young Jeezy, arguably one of the last street rapers left in the game has dropped  his latest project Seen It All: The Autobiography. This serves as his seventh studio album and I can happily say that this like all his other albums is for the streets. Though it may have the odd radio play here and there, the album is not targeted to the masses.

Seen It All follows on from TM:103 Hustlerz Ambition and has a similar feel to Jeezy’s first album. This album does not disappoint. Being a major down south staple, the album boasts has a few trap tracks, with heavy 808’s and repetitive choruses that have been finished to perfection. Joints like Me Ok and What You Say are good examples of how to use this type of sound. His voice is perfect for these but also his lyrical content is miles ahead of other examples I could give.

Jeezy’s went easy on the features, only selecting the elite to jump on this album with him. Been Getting Money (ft. Akon) is a great example of what reminds me of early Jeezy on this album, a great collaboration considering Akon has been very quiet lately. Seen It All (ft. Jay-Z) a track that needs no introduction with Jeezy showing he can go bar for bar with the best of them. The only feature I wasn't keen on was No Tears (ft. Future), this is because I fall to understand what Future’s talent is (don't judge me) however Mike Will did an exceptional job on the beat. Album also boasts features from The Game & Rick Ross on Beautiful, Lil Boosie aka Boosie Badazz on Beez Like and  August Alsina on one on my favourite joints Fuck the World.
Personally after listening to this, I had the same feeling I had with Pushat T’s MNIMN. The album is heat and is definitely need this in your life. I have only touched on a few of the tracks, and feel the rest is best left to you the listener.
I will give this album an easy 4 of 5. Album is out now go get that!!!

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