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Streets On Lock (Edited)

by Jeezy

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Streets On Lock (Edited)

by Jeezy

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Label: Def Jam
Life lessons from Young Jeezy: sell crack, clap enemies, stack money and watch out for the alphabet boys. "That d-boy bullsh*t/ Yeah, I'm still on it," the Atlanta emcee assures us on "Still on It", while "J.E.E.Z.Y." offers the rapper's recipe for fun: "Jeezy like to drink/ Jeezy like to smoke/ Jeezy like to mix Arm and Hammer with his coke." The darkly bombastic beats perfectly match Jeezy's endlessly quotable ghetto noir rhymes. This may be the most morally reprehensible major label album in years, and "[We] Luv It."

About This Album

Life lessons from Young Jeezy: sell crack, clap enemies, stack money and watch out for the alphabet boys. "That d-boy bullsh*t/ Yeah, I'm still on it," the Atlanta emcee assures us on "Still on It", while "J.E.E.Z.Y." offers the rapper's recipe for fun: "Jeezy like to drink/ Jeezy like to smoke/ Jeezy like to mix Arm and Hammer with his coke." The darkly bombastic beats perfectly match Jeezy's endlessly quotable ghetto noir rhymes. This may be the most morally reprehensible major label album in years, and "[We] Luv It."

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About This Album

Life lessons from Young Jeezy: sell crack, clap enemies, stack money and watch out for the alphabet boys. "That d-boy bullsh*t/ Yeah, I'm still on it," the Atlanta emcee assures us on "Still on It", while "J.E.E.Z.Y." offers the rapper's recipe for fun: "Jeezy like to drink/ Jeezy like to smoke/ Jeezy like to mix Arm and Hammer with his coke." The darkly bombastic beats perfectly match Jeezy's endlessly quotable ghetto noir rhymes. This may be the most morally reprehensible major label album in years, and "[We] Luv It."