Before Pastor Young dispenses his gospel in the form of his new album Church In The Streets which hits shelves Nov. 13, the Atlanta trap rapper switches into his street politician suit in a new EP titled Politically Correct. Da Snowman is a slick one, giving us this five-track prelude to the forthcoming LP without any notice. Young rides solo on this one forgoing any features to focus on the issues. The entire project is produced by frequent collaborator, D. Rich.

Jeezy isn't all scales and white squares. He is not a stranger to making political statements. During the summer he called out Donald Trump after the mogul's racist statements about Mexicans. "We don't need @DonaldTrump representing us as americans. His hatred in his most recent statements shows he's not a legitimate candidate," said Snow.

This project comes as a surprise because Jeezy has been going in hard in promotion of his Church In The Streets LP. For the past few weeks, he has been dropping news singles in promotion of the project, starting with "God" and moving on to other religiously named singles like “Pastor Young’s Letter” and "Church In The Streets." The dope rhyme slinger also dropped the d-boy anthems, “Gold Bottles” and “Hustla’s Holiday.”

While you wait for Young's sermon, check out his political stance, below.