An on some street shit i agree wit da snowman 100% for gettin mad at ross da c. Jay-Z x Andre 3000 Prod. Speaking of Outkast, Three Stacks delivers a stellar verse, which is fitting since rumors abound that it was originally a song for his debut solo. Then again, that may be your thing. While coke rap can be entertaining, and even artful when done well, this track is rather lame, with limp references to the infamous O. Jay-Z also comes strong, as per usual, and Jeezy excels with his opening verse.
Youre married to the game. Trapped featuring Jill Scott B+ An interesting collaboration, the first song from production squad J. . The beat, while generic, does have some get up and go. Has it Leaked is not a download site. Surprisingly, Lil Lody handle the production and managed not to botch it up. The gothic piano chords from Warren G add a touch of menace, just enough to remind you that this playalistic song is about a thug and his bad chick.
Rest assured, given its subject matter, the song is quite gutter; the smoothed out production, courtesy of Midnight Black, makes this one a winner. If this is any indication of whats to come, however, perhaps a bit more time in the studio wouldve done some good. The track aspires to be inspirational but falls short of its goal. Waiting C Sorry for the wait is basically what Jeezys saying on the albums intro. It is strictly forbidden to share links to albums via file sharing sites Zippyshare, Torrent, Kingdom Leaks etc. What I Do Just Like That C Jeezy spits self-aggrandizing lyrics over horror movie pianos and whiny synths.
Once again, Lil Lody surprises on the beat, but this song works mostly because of Jeezy and Gibbs gangsterisms. What are your thoughts on Young Jeezy — Thug Motivation 103? If this one doesnt find its way to radio, something is clearly wrong. Is it ambitious enough to keep Jeezys thug following motivated and inspired? Trick Daddy particularly seems ticked off, and its great to hear the Mayor of Miami come so strong on this track. Once other producers, such as Warren G, M16, and J. If Jeezy opts to work with the right collaborators on the next project, perhaps hell find the motivation to make another street classic. Jeezy and T-Double-D unleash a torrent of venomous verses upon their haters, enemies, and critic. Only about half the album, the latter half, is worth listening to more than once.
League figured into the mix, Jeezy was able to craft songs that were enjoyable, memorable, and sometimes emotional. Again, Lil Lody is responsible for the beat. Unfortunately, this uninspired song is about as titillating as a drunken rant from Kat Stacks. Simpson murder case: killin that white bitch, the best to ever do it and get away with it, and the gloves dont fit him so they gotta acquit him. Needless to say, 3 Stacks and Hov earned their keep.
These minor complaints will matter little to returning fans as their needs are put first with the front half of album rolling like a steamroller fueled by grind-time anthems. Here he's driven by the hunger to put things back where they were and live up to 's official subtitle, Hustlerz Ambition, along with its unofficial one, Trap or Die Tryin'. Guest rapper 2 Chainz adds nothing memorable to the proceedings. Theres nothing here you havent heard before. While both Jeezy and Big Snoop Dogg fare well, this track belongs to The Dude, who makes being in need of herb sound as poetic as Solomons songs. Supafreak featuring 2 Chainz C- What better way to celebrate your success as a street pharmacist than to get high, get drunk, and find a promiscuous partner for the evening? Maybe they will appear as bonus cuts.
The album marks the third album Thug Motivation in his series, Let's get it: Thug Motivation 101 2005 and Inspiration 2006. Lody, a Memphis native, may be a competent producer but his unapologetic aping of seasoned beatsmiths Lex Luger and Shawty Redd reveals hes yet to develop his own sound. Now, thanks to the rap game, he has everything he desires. Jeezy been the realest nigga in the game. The album has been delayed for almost two years.
Its that upstart producer Lil Lody handled the majority of the albums production. Thought the Snowman departed from his lesson plan when The Recession came around, but now hes back with a new album, Thug Motivation 103: Hustlerz Ambition. Jeezys layered hook and Lil Lodys anemic production fails to excite. Everythang C+ Jeezy used to have nothing. The soul-drenched production from M16 utilizes sped-up vocals, horns, and xxx drums to great effect. Sorry, Future, but unless you switch your style up, you wont have a future in the rap game. Jill Scott takes lead on the song with a spoken word intro; she also takes command of the hook.
Nothing C- What is Jeezy rhyming about in this song? All three have done better than this. The first lesson was 2005s classic Lets Get It: Thug Motivation 101 and was swiftly followed the next year by The Inspiration also known as Thug Motivation 102. Maybe they will appear as bonus cuts. Needless to say, 3 Stacks and Hov earned their keep. All We Do B Here, Jizzle simply praises his main chick. I Do featuring Jay-Z and Andre 3000 A- We get it. Way Too Gone featuring Future C+ Everything about this song screams Young Money, from the Noah 40 Shebib-ish beat, with its muted textures and atmospheric vibe, to the no-name guest star doing a pretty bad Lil Wayne impression.