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Boyz N Da Hood
Back Up N Da Chevy

When Bad Boy South president Russell “Block” Spencer introduced Boyz N Da Hood in 2005, the group was meant to be a collective movement setting up each member’s solo career. Selling only 380,000 units, the quartet’s self-titled debut didn’t quite live up to expectations, and Young Jeezy wound up being the only trapper to capture the heart of the streets. Now, Snowman-less, Duke, Big Gee and Jody Breeze enlist newcomer Gorilla Zoe as a replacement for their re-up effort, Back Up N Da Chevy. Filling Jeezy’s Air Forces isn’t easy, but Zoe jumps right in without missing a beat. On the ...

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