Release Date: Dec 15, 2017
Record label: Def Jam
Jeezy is one of the most consistent and well-respected rappers/trappers in the game; it's rare to hear be able to discern authenticity audibly, but that's always been Jeezy's schtick. As an artist though, The Snowman's growth hasn't been all that tremendous. He stays current and relevant, but rarely delivers bodies of work outside of what you may expect. His latest LP, the 13-song Pressure, is a quality collection of songs that core fans will undoubtedly embrace. There are plenty of standouts, such as the lead single featuring Diddy ….
Growing old in Hip Hop ain’t easy. The balance between staying fresh without alienating core fan bases can not only be considered tricky business but business in general. Going into his eighth official album (with countless other projects to boot), one might think Jeezy was feeling a similar strain as his latest album is titled Pressure. Contrarily, the project finds Mr.
For nearly a decade, Jeezy was an unwavering pusher. His guiding principles have always been candor and clarity, sharing action sequences from inside his coke-fueled world. But Mr. 17.5 has changed his tune in recent years. It isn.
On Pressure, the solid if routine follow-up to Trap or Die 3, Jeezy doesn't deviate from his standard set of themes. He's still rhyming about his rise from the bottom, the product he's shifting, and all the disposable wealth and women that have come with it, all the while castigating would-be detractors and snitches. For the most part, the highlights are the tracks with the most ominous and dramatic productions, supplied by the likes of D.