Been on his grizzy but now he’s back in the place. If you don’t have his money, he’ll put his tech in your face. For no reason would it have appeared Jeezy has gone soft (pause) and he’s driving that point home by revisiting what helped him conquer the streets the first time around with Trap Or Die 2. Although a far cry from the Super Bowl Weekend release date it was originally slated to be drop on, the time is now and your CD decks couldn’t be happier. Drake said mixtapes have to be treated like albums so what does Jeezy do? Go out and get the Clipse, Scarface, Birdman and Plies all over original production.
Trap or die. Sign your life over.