Jeezy Brings The Whole Hood Out In The Video For His Bankroll Fresh Collab, ‘All There’

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Jeezy’s readying a reboot of his Trap or Die series with a newly announced release date of October 28 on deck for part three. To get the balling rolling, he’s dropped a new video for “All There,” his collab featuring the late Bankroll Fresh, and it’s a hood affair at its finest to match the track’s lyrical content. There are bandana-clad shorties flashing bags of Flamin’ Hot Cheetos, motorbikes doing stunts, and more white tees than a flea market on Saturday. Fresh may not in the mix but he’s represented well by the adorable little homie PJ Bankroll.

“All There” comes as the second song we’ve heard from Trap or Die 3 after “Let Em Know” dropped around the same time project was originally announced. “You already know how I came into this game: harder than a motherfucker, and that’s how I’m going out,” Jeezy said at that time. However, the statement shouldn’t be perceived as a sign of retirement. He released three different bodies of work in 2015 — Gangsta Party, Politically Correct and Church in These Streets — and, although 2016’s been quieter, he’s still keep a presence on the scene through his feature work. The new retail mixtape will be a reunion between Snowman and DJ Folk after the pair last worked together for Trap or Die 2 back in 2010.

Pre-order the new project via Jeezy’s official webstore.

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