Jeezy’s ‘Pressure’; Goes Hard or Nah?

Three weeks ago, (December 15th), Jeezy released his 10th album, Pressure. This was a far cry from “Jeezy Da Snowman”–or at least that’s the way it was marketed.

Watching Jeezy during The Breakfast Club interview you could see growth. It reminded me of one of those inspirational Master P interviews. Factoring that in, I was expecting a Jeezy version of 4:44. Only numbers we got were grams and ounces.

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“Spyder,” the album’s opening track, had no substance–nor did the album for the most part. As I aforementioned, I was expecting the album to be inspiring and educational like The Breakfast Club interview. Not, “this is it, its a hit, this is it my n***a this is a hit. Hit a lick, half a brick, came right back popping sh*t.”

But on the same token, I did appreciate some aspects of Pressure. I thought the title track was dope, which features Kodak Black and YG.

I also admired how Jeezy borrowed Big Tymers’ cadence and flow from “Get Your Roll On” and infused it in “Bottles Up.”

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Despite expecting more and thinking the features were a little excessive, Jeezy enlisted an exceptional list such as Tee Grizzly, 2Chainz, Tory Lanez, Rick Ross, Kendrick Lamar, and J.Cole, among others.

D.Rich, Gotti Rock Solid, and P.C, among others assisted with the production.

You guys give it a listen–if you haven’t already–and tell us what you think.

 

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Jeezy's 'Pressure' goes hard or nah?

  • It's okay. (100%, 1 Votes)
  • It go hard! (0%, 0 Votes)
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