Jeezy will drop his fifth studio album this fall. Set to hit shelves Sept. 2 , Seen It All will reportedly show the southern rapper in rare form.
While talking to MTV News recently, Jeezy compared the effort to 2 Pac's albums, saying the project will serve as a guidebook of sorts for his fans. "This is gonna be your bible, this is gonna be your manual," he said. "I'm not gonna tell you that everything's gonna be OK, that everything's gonna be alright, but the moral of the story is 'never quit, never let up. A win is a win.' That's what this album is about."
During the interview, Jeezy also compared himself to Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X. "I ain't no different from a Martin Luther King or a Malcolm X," he continued. "At the end of the day, they all believed in what they believed in. I feel like that's what Seen It All is. This is what I been through; how can I help you?"
Vibe was invited to a listening session for the forthcoming project and had some interesting things to say about the LP. Words like "pop" and "auto-tune" are not normally be associated with a Jeezy record, but according to the website, that's exactly what fans will be served on at least two of the songs featured on Seen It All.
Collaborations with fellow southern rappers T.I. and Future will be featured on the album, along with production from Mike Will Made It, Childish Major and Cardo.
Check out Jeezy talking about the LP in the trailer below.
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