In the past, Spenzo's entertained us with freestyles over "Type Of Way," "OG Bobby Johnson" and "The Devil Is A Lie," and now he comes back with a new one over Jeezy's Cardo-produced banger, "Seen It All."
Coming out of early legal troubles, Jeezy was able to persevere and make a successful career for himself. This week, he shared advice with some young men at Wayne County Juvenile Detention Center in Detroit, when he decided to pay them a surprise visit.
With Jeezy's Seen It All out for just about a month, the Atlanta rapper has now announced a US tour that shares its name with the album. Check out the dates below, and the poster in the gallery above.
Franc Grams continues to impress with yet another freestyle track. The follow up the emcee's take on Game's "Bigger Than Me," "Seen It All" finds Grams expressing his displeasure with the hip-hop industry while presenting his plan to push the culture forward. It's a strong track with an even stronger message.
This week we welcome Jeezy onto the Billboard 200, with his Seen It All album debuting successfully at #2. He wasn't able to trump the pop-power that is Maroon 5, nonetheless he did move more than projected.
Vado continues to feed the streets with new content. After hearing his freestyle over Bobby Shmurda’s “Hot Nigga” a few weeks back, the NYC rapper returns today to tackle Jeezy’s title record “Seen It All” featuring a guest verse from Brooklyn up and comer Big B’z.
You've heard the singles, copped the album and read our review. Now all that's left for Jeezy's Seen It All: The Autobiography (besides award nominations) is the first week sales number, and it doesn't disappoint.
Jeezy's recent release of Seen It All: The Autobiography was somewhat dampened (or boosted, depending on who you ask) by news of the rapper being arrested in connection with a lethal shooting that occurred backstage at a recent concert, and now the rapper himself has spoken out about the incident.