Stream Jeezy's 'Pressure' Album Featuring J. Cole, Kendrick Lamar, 2 Chainz & More

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Jeezy attends a press conference during the Atlanta Hawks vs Detroit Pistons Game at Philips Arena on Dec. 14, 2017 in Atlanta.  

The Snowman returns to heat up the winter with his latest offering in the form of his eighth studio album, Pressure. The 13-track LP calls on a diverse list of artists for tuneful features throughout the project including: Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole connecting on "American Dream." Rick Ross, Puff Daddy and fellow trappers 2 Chainz and Tee Grizzley assisted on the LP as well. 

The ATL native spoke to Billboard in November about the unconventional timing of the project, "I always focus on balling in the summer, grinding in the winter and I wanted to try something different. I wanted to keep everything going throughout the winter time and give 'em that motivational music."

Kodak Black, to whom Jeezy has become a mentor, connects with YG on the album-titled track "Pressure." The 40-year-talks with Kodak every other day, being there to supply guidance when needed, telling Billboard"So instead of telling them go do some dumb shit, it's like, 'Nah n---a, this shit is real out here. It's fun, but when you get in a jam, ain't nobody going to run to your rescue.' So it's on you. You're the boss now. When you're in a rut, you're going to have to dig yourself out of a hole and everybody turn their back on you."

Frequent Drake collaborator Vinylz, Frank Dukes, and D. Rich handled most of the production on the 44-minutes of street wisdom. Stream Pressure below and purchase the 12-year hip-hop veteran's new LP on iTunes


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