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Young Jeezy links up with 2 Chainz again for a new record called “R.I.P.” The song is a taste of his forthcoming El Hefe: It’s Tha World “Es El Mundo” mixtape. 

Over funky beat by DJ Mustard, the Snowman is on stunt mode. “I hit up every club in your city, where ni–as at/I be in every club in the hood where ni–as at/Pull up jump out stuntin’ like I was Baby, on my Cocaine Cowboys sh-t like in the 80s/who the ni–a think he is, Slick Rick or Dana Dane/Think he Rakim or something, look at his chain,” raps Jeezy.

The Atlanta rapper has had an eventful week already. Freddie Gibbs, who signed to CTE in April 2011, confirmed that he has left the label. Rick Ross, speaking to a radio station in Miami, recounted his encounter with Jeezy at the BET Hip Hop Awards and said choking him was an “option” if they were to cross paths again. But in more upbeat news, Jeezy announced that CTE is going to be distributed by Atlantic Records, where he happens to serve as Senior VP of A&R.

El Hefe: It’s Tha World “Es El Mundo” will be out today (December 12th) at 12:12PM. Check back here for the link. Listen to and download “R.I.P.” below.

Download: Young Jeezy ft. 2 Chainz – “R.I.P.”

Photo: Def Jam