Seen It All: The Autobiography
The last time Young Jeezy dropped an album, I was a senior in high school bumping TM:103 Hustlerz Ambition in my car trying to avoid detention for tardies. Between time, the Atlanta rapper has dropped a few singles & mix-tapes here & there, but now The Snowman is really back 3 years later with his critically acclaimed album Seen It All: The Autobiography & he definitely didn’t disappoint. Jeezy partnered with some A1 artist in the game with album features like Future, Boosie, Jay Z, Akon, The Game, & Rick Ross.
With Seen It All: The Autobiography, Jeezy takes us back to his old roots with the opening track, 1/4 block. The track is grimy & lets the audience see that Jeezy is still self-aware of his trap persona. Another mentionable, Holy Ghost, gives the viewer a new outlook on Jeezy. Although the track is still raw, he shows his emotion behind betrayal & could be hinting towards his relationship with Freddie Gibbs, however the production of the track makes the song a little corny.
Been Getting Money (feat. Akon), whom he has always made bangers with throughout the years, shows us that he’s not willing to let go of that hard-hitting partnership. Jeezy still gives us what we need with radio bangers such as Me OK & F***** The World (feat. August Alsina). Jeezy blends his production with the old, southern elite Drumma Boy & Don Cannon, while stirring things up with some new faces like Childish Major & Cordo.
The heavy-hitter on the album, Seen It All (feat. Jay-Z), sums up the overall feel of the album. Jeezy shows his lyrical & personal growth throughout the track, & Cordo’s beat may have helped bring out the best in both Jeezy & Jay-Z. Finally, we lead to one of the best songs on the album, How I Did It (Perfection). The beat of the track is so soulful, which is something that we rarely get from Jeezy. It poetically explains how he left the crack game for the rap game & was successful at both, ultimately painting the perfect ending image of the album.
Honestly, Seen It All: The Autobiography is comparable to Jeezy’s Thug Motivation series, & overall, it beautifully correlates every Jeezy project from Snowman-Mo Money to TM:103. Ultimately, Jeezy has shown growth in his ten year successful run in the rap game while leaving the trap game.
I give Jeezy’s Seen It All: The Autobiography 4 ½ Owls up!Share: