Jeezy – Pressure Album (Zip Download)
Download zip here Jeezy’s reveals the star-studded line up for his New album.
After dropping two singles with Tee Grizzley and Diddy, Jeezy for dans excited with speculations of a new album on the way. Last week, he finally announced the album with a release date and its cover art. Today, he builds further anticipation by revealing the full tracklist to the project.
Jeezy took to Instagram to reveal the tracklist for Pressure. As to be expected, he enlisted some high profile names in hip hop to help him out with it. Aside from Tee Grizzley’s assistance on “Cold Summer” and Puff Daddy’s contributions on “Bottles Up,” he also grabbed Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole, Wizkid, Trey Songz, Tory Lanez, Rick Ross, Kodak Black, YG, 2 Chainz and Payroll Giovanni for guest features. The album is thirteen songs in length and with the amount of guest features he’s got for the project, he only has four songs that he handles on a solo tip. Regardless, it’s definitely going to be a solid project.
For the majority of the year, Jeezy’s been pretty quiet on a music tip but has been heavily involved with his several businesses including his most recent partnership with Nashville high-end water company, Defiance Fuel. But that doesn’t mean he hasn’t had music at the forefront of his thoughts. Recently, he and T.I. confirmed they’re still interested in completing their joint project, Dope Boy Academy. While they haven’t solidified their plans for it, hopefully it comes to fruition in the new year.
Speaking on the title of the album, Jeezy says… “Pressure make diamonds baby. They took that piece of coal that was at the bottom of the Earth and put everything on its shoulders, and it came out shining.”
“For me, the whole concept was coal makes a diamond.” “Its all about adversity and learning how to maneuver through life because it hard anyway,” he later added. “Whatever you going through, if you weather the storm, and you figure everything out, you gon’ come out shining like this.”
Available now on iTunes, fans can stream the project in its entirety via Apple Music. You already know this about to go dumb hard. Hit play and let us know what you think.