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The Recession is the third studio album by American rapper Jeezy. It was released on September 2, , by Corporate Thugz Entertainment (CTE) and Def. The Recession is the fifth studio album by southern rapper Young Jeezy released on September 2nd , by Def Jam Recordings and his record label. Young Jeezy -The Recession -Full Cd. theblockghost; 17 videos; , views; Last updated on May 10, Original Release Date: July 29, Play all.
Young Jeezy is the truth! His story represents the struggle, pain, and pressure that anyone living in the hood deals with. It also gives you the inspiration and. Find a Young Jeezy - The Recession first pressing or reissue. Complete your Young Jeezy collection. Shop Vinyl and CDs. The Recession. By Jeezy. • 18 songs. Play on Spotify. 1. The Recession ( Intro). 2. Welcome Back. 3. By The Way. 4.
3 Sep Young Jeezy "fucks with John McCain," but he's an ardent Barack If there's any sort of recession happening on the album, it's a mental one Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Recession - Young Jeezy on AllMusic - - Dropping the sequential album titles for. Young Jeezy's third album, The Recession, is an exorcism, a confessional, a forebodement. Anything but a celebration. Let's Get It: Thug Motivation was. Hip Hop music, lyrics, and videos from Atlanta, GA on ReverbNation. Lyrics to 'The Recession' by Young Jeezy. i said the drought got a nigga drunk / i' m still tryna sober up / wish i had me some money i buy me some better luck /.
17 Sep That said, on The Recession, Jeezy is not in mid-day CNBC anchor mode, so Ben Bernanke can rest easy. He is, though, at the top of his game. 5 Sep A self-inflicted recession “It's the recession / everybody broke” Young Jeezy proclaims on the title track of The Recession, an album about. This article presents an in-depth case study and qualitative examination of Young Jeezy's album “The Recession” to explore to what extent Gangster Rap artists. 3 Sep The Recession starts off with a track of the same name, backed by a blazing beat worthy of a trademark Ludacris [click to read] intro. Jeezy.