Between label squabbles and lack of a big radio hit, it's been three years since Jeezy dropped an album. But, Da Snowman is finally looking to end his drought and return to his position as hustler's champ with his new project, Seen It All. After positive reviews on his two latest singles "Me Okay" and "Seen It All" featuring Jay Z everything seems to be a go for the rapper's fifth studio album.

Thursday (July 10) night, Jizzle had a listening for the album in NYC which revealed some previous unknowns about the forthcoming LP. Jeezy played 10 songs for the room of tastemakers which included tracks which featured Game, Wiz Khalifa and Future. The Atlanta MC only revealed a few of the names of the producers who blessed the album with instrumentals naming Mike WIll Made-It who produced the track, "4 Zones," Childish Major who created the beat for "What You Say" and Cardo who procured the title track.

Jeezy has stated this album will be his most honest work to date, and has even referred to the project as the "bible." The album is slated to drop in September.

[via MissInfo]