QuickTrip - Came From The Projects (Remix) Feat. Jeezy [New Song]

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Jeezy jumps on QuickTrip's regional Atlanta hit.

QuickTrip, rising Atlanta rapper and childhood friend to the late Bankroll Fresh, has a regional hit on his hands with "Came From The Projects." As with any record that picks up steam in the city, it's only a matter of time before there's a remix with one of ATL's vets, and Jeezy has stepped up to the plate on Quick's single.

The Snowman is the perfect fit for the record, which feels in tune with the widescreen trap the rapper cut his teeth on. It's also not a far cry from the music of Bankroll and the rest of the Street Execs crew. Quick has a loose, unpredictable flow that gives the song an urgent catchiness. Jeezy traces over Quick's rhythms with his own weathered bark, making for an effective challenge for the seasoned rapper, who'll be releasing his Trap Or Die 3 album later this year.

Quotable Lyrics:
ATL all out to Houston
Got street money all worldwide
Rap n*ggas out here riding waves
Watch a real n*gga change the tide

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Came From The Projects (Remix)

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Jeezy jumps on QuickTrip's regional Atlanta hit.


QuickTrip, rising Atlanta rapper and childhood friend to the late Bankroll Fresh, has a regional hit on his hands with "Came From The Projects." As with any record that picks up steam in the city, it's only a matter of time before there's a remix with one of ATL's vets, and Jeezy has stepped up to the plate on Quick's single.

The Snowman is the perfect fit for the record, which feels in tune with the widescreen trap the rapper cut his teeth on. It's also not a far cry from the music of Bankroll and the rest of the Street Execs crew. Quick has a loose, unpredictable flow that gives the song an urgent catchiness. Jeezy traces over Quick's rhythms with his own weathered bark, making for an effective challenge for the seasoned rapper, who'll be releasing his Trap Or Die 3 album later this year.

Quotable Lyrics:
ATL all out to Houston
Got street money all worldwide
Rap n*ggas out here riding waves
Watch a real n*gga change the tide

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