Young Jeezy is going back to reality, bringing out his deep feeling into upcoming LP 'Recession'.
In a listening party, rapper Young Jeezy was talking about going back to bitter reality in his third studio album "The Recession". The party was held in a New York club on August 4 to thank his supporters and at the same time give them a preview of tracks in his upcoming album.
The title track "The Recession" starts with a woman complaining about the high price of gasoline. It is then followed by him, rapping, "Wish I had me some money/ I'd buy me some better luck."
Furthermore, on another track titled "Crazy World", he reveals his great intention to help a dying aunt in a need of kidney transplant. The Hollywood star also shares his perspective about how an ideal leader should be on another track titled "My President's Black".
This album is set to drop on September 2 carrying guest stars such as Akon, Blood Raw, T.I., Kanye West, Slick Pulla, The Game, T-Pain, and Young Dro. Meanwhile, its production will be in the hands of such stars as DJ Toomp, Eminem, Shawty Redd, Jazze Pha and Drumma Boy.
Young Jeezy's "Recession" live performance in the New York club: