Although nothing is ever set in stone in the music industry, Jeezy seems to be pretty confident in the September 2 release date for his new album.
Said new album, Seen It All: The Autobiography, happens to be Jeezy’s fifth studio effort and is already being fueled with a healthy heaping of controversial topics.
For starters, the album’s artwork gives birth that the Snowman and all rappers of his financial status are puppets for the Illuminati. A record slated to appear on the LP also outlined a serious conflict of interest between Jeezy’s position as the Senior VP of A&R at Atlantic Records and his only major label hub of Def Jam.
And then there’s the good and bad relationships Jeezy holds amongst his peers. As he geared up for his co-headlining duties on the Under the Influence of Music Tour, Jeezy check in with Mina SayWhay at Philly’s Power 99 to get offer up his point of view, ghetto or not.
Take a look at the top seven bits of info we uncovered from the interview. It’s pretty telling.
Photo: Instagram/Mina SayWhat