Jeezy was on fire back in 2005.
This album is a modern-day classic.
It’s not spectacular lyrically but who says that’s part of the criteria for a classic album, especially in today’s time?
The album is banging. You could play it straight-through. There isn’t a skippable track on here. Each song has something about it that makes you not skip it.
The first time I listened—completely listened—to this mixtape was last month.
I know. It took me ten years.
I decided to check out Jeezy’s latest mixtape since I’m checking out his past.
This mixtape dropped a couple months ago, and it came at a surprised. I don’t think anyone was expecting this, but like a lot of rap fans, I didn’t mind some new Jeezy.
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Hi, there. Welcome to the week-or-so long dedication to the Snowman.
In honor of the tenth anniversary of his dope album, Let’s Get It: Thug Motivation 101. Some people consider this album a classic. Others consider it monumental as it helped Atlanta control hip-hop for a nice majority of the 2000s. In my opinion, I think the album is good but I wouldn’t call it a classic.
There’s one thing no one can deny: it helped created that trap sound that everyone does now, and even spun into its own sub-genre in electronic/dance music.
In the album’s honor, the next few days, all content will be related to Jeezy.
So, I hope you enjoy them.
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