Jeezy’s Debuts The Artwork For ‘Seen It All: The Autobiography’
UPDATE: Here's the trailer for Jeezy's Seen It All.
UPDATE: Jeezy releases the official artwork to his next album Seen It All: The Autobiography. It will be in stores September 2nd.
Last night, Jeezy premiered his new Drumma Boy produced track "Me Ok" to self-promote his upcoming album since the tiff between him and Def Jam has yet to cool down. Today Jeezy revealed the title of his upcoming fifth studio album while visiting Atlanta's DJ Greg Street at v-103. The long awaited album is titled Seen it All.
“I gave y’all The Inspiration, I gave y’all The Recession, I gave y’all TM103 man. And uh my fifth album is entitled Seen It All, because I feel like I been through a lot and I seen a lot and I’m still standing here and I’m still standing tall.”
The self-promotion doesn't come as a surprise. If the label wouldn't help then who else would? Last year, after actively voicing his frustration with his label, the 36-year-old rapper threatened to leak his album without Def Jam's support.
You can even feel the anger built up in his latest single, "Me Ok":
“When L.A. Reid was in office made some history up in Def Jam / If Jizzle ain’t droppin, nigga, what the fuck is Def Jam? / I know you heard how your boy bossed up at Atlantic Boss shit, might just drop my next album on Atlantic”
The album currently has no official release date.