Jeezy Releases Jay Z-Assisted 'Seen It All': Listen

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Jay-Z and Young Jeezy attend the Roca Wear Retreat Party and Concert. 

Shortly after announcing the coming of his album, "Seen It All" (September 2) yesterday (June 30), Jeezy releases the album's title track featuring Jay Z.

The Cardo-produced cut features both rappers teaming up yet again and spitting about their heydays in the dope game. According to the producer, "Seen It All" was intended for Jay Z's 2013 "Magna Carta Holy Grail."

The song follows up his first single, "Me Okay," on which he expresses his frustration with his record label, Def Jam Recordings.

Jeezy delivers his fifth studio album in his 10th year in the game. "It takes a lot to be strong in this game and still be here and still do your thing," Jeezy told Revolt.