Seen It All: The Autobiography is the fifth studio album by American rapper Jeezy. The album was released on September 2, 2014, through CTE World and Def Jam Recordings.
Seen It All: The Autobiography is the fifth studio album by American rapper Jeezy. The production was handled by several Southern hip hop producers, namely Drumma Boy, Mike Will Made It and Childish Major, among others. It features guest appearances from Jay-Z, Future, Rick Ross, The Game, Lil Boosie, August Alsina and Akon.
Jeezy may no longer be "Young"-the 36-year-old dropped the descriptor from his stage name for Seen It. .
Jeezy may no longer be "Young"-the 36-year-old dropped the descriptor from his stage name for Seen It All-but his tales of rap supremacy are as hardboiled as ever. Featuring production by Southern hip-hop heavy hitters like Drumma Boy and Mike Will Made It, the Snowman's fifth studio album seethes with the kind of trunk-busters he's known for, featuring A-listers like Rick Ross, Game, Lil Boosie, and Future. Emphasizing the record's autobiographical theme, "Seen It All" features Jay-Z and finds the two rappers recounting their drug-dealing days.
Been Getting Money (feat. Ace of Base All That She Wants. Boosie Badazz), 04:31. Huey Lewis & The News Power of Love.
Stuck in prison on gun charges as this seventh studio album saw release, Atlanta rapper Young Jeezy - or now, just Jeezy - mentions he doesn't "eat, sleep, or shit" without his m-f'n pistol. This evidence for the prosecution shows up here on the hooky thug cut called "Me OK," a Drumma Boy and Jeezy wonder where criminal-minded lyrics are packed tight into a singalong list of dirty deeds done dirt cheap ("Mister, if I'm talkin' you should listen, game is free, ok?/Got two whole ones and two half ones, mister.
Whatever the reason, Seen It All: The Autobiography shakes off all the challenges of Jeezy's lesser releases and finds new inspiration from the same old rap sheet
Whatever the reason, Seen It All: The Autobiography shakes off all the challenges of Jeezy's lesser releases and finds new inspiration from the same old rap sheet. The album debuted at number two on the Billboard 200, with first-week sales of 121,000 copies in the United States. This was nearly a 50% decrease in sales from his last studio album TM:103 Hustlerz Ambition which sold 233,000 copies in its first week. In its second week, it dropped to number six, selling 33,000 copies.
TM104: The Legend of the Snowman. Seen It All: The Autobiography (Deluxe Version). Church in These Streets.
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Album: Seen It All: The Autobiography (Deluxe Version)
Released: Sep 02, 2014
Bite Rate: 320Kbps CBR
T R A C K L I S T
1 1/4 Block
2 What You Say
3 Black Eskimo
5 Holy Ghost
6 Me OK
7 4 Zones
8 Been Getting Money (feat. Akon)
9 F**k the World (feat. August Alsina)
10 Seen It All (feat. JAY Z)
11 Win Is a Win
12 Beautiful (feat. Game & Rick Ross)
13 Beez Like (feat. Boosie Badazz)
14 No Tears (feat. Future)
15 How I Did It (Perfection)
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