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Tay Rock

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Re-Release Tuesdays “Soul Survivor”(Late Edition)

I wasn’t the biggest Jeezy fan when he made his debut.  I couldn’t front though, I liked this single big time.  I was almost mad at myself for liking it at the time. Ah, the debates I had back then.  All in all, it was a solid single and watching it now brings back good memories.  This week’s Re-Release is Young Jeezy’s “Soul Survivor“.

“A sequence of events juggled the release dates for Boyz N da Hood‘s first album (issued on Bad Boy) and Young Jeezy‘s own widely distributed breakout (issued on Def Jam). Boyz N da Hood hit the Top Five the week it was released, and Young Jeezy — the group’s most visible member — wound up releasing Let’s Get It: Thug Motivation 101 only a month later. His prominence has come hard and fast (and not without a fair share of controversy), but in truth, he has been active in the underground since the mid-’90s. More a businessman than a traditional MC, his boasts are either deliberately pronounced or mush-mouthed and are often stamped with a druggy “Aaaayy!” Far from the South’s best MC, he nonetheless makes up for it with his storytelling ability and obvious desire to inspire hard work, even if the “million dollar dreams” are followed by “federal nightmares…” – Allmusic.com