Young Jeezy – We Done It Again

Young Jeezy shows his support for President Obama’s re-election by releasing this uplifting record ‘We Done It Again’.

Previously: Young Jeezy Shoots “Get Right” Video (Pics)


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36 Responses to “Young Jeezy – We Done It Again”

  1. b-ease Says:

    b Says:
    November 6th, 2012 at 6:56 pm
    No shots either Brian, real talk. Is street promotion dead?

    ^^
    No offense taken bro. But yeah, I think street promo is essentially dead. It got to the point that there were so many flyers, posters, billboards etc up that people just started tuning them all out. Once oversaturation happens to something, its hard to bring t back

    Selling CDs out of your trunk is also a dead art. Hell, with my last tape, I tried handing em out, and alot of people weren’t even willing to take free ones, lol.

    The key now (I think) is finding the lane you think you want to appeal to, getting posted on the sites that cater to that lane, and kinda just going from there.

    One thing that will never die tho, is live performances. Open mics, whatever, in order for it to work, you HAVE to get out there.

    Obviously, this is all just my opinion, but I think the last few years of rap have proven it to be a justified stance.

  2. b-ease Says:

    Dope record. Sounds like Jeezy’s back in his zone. TM103 wasn’t completely wack, but it was like he forgot or discounted everything (content wise and sonically) that made Recession such an amazing album. This sounds like what I wanted/expected his post Recession material to sound like.

  3. b-ease Says:

    A real hook would’ve been nice though.

  4. rajon trondo Says:

    Smh.. jeezy tryna jinx barack.. we ain’t trying to hear this shit yet..you dont pop victory champagne with 8 minutes left in a close game..

    RAWSE would never commit such a fuck boi offense

  5. Black Says:

    Someone just said if Romney wins Texas Obama is done. It scares me that a nigga like that has a vote that’s equal to mines smh.

  6. Casket Face Says:

    Young Jeezy shows his support for President Obama’s re-election by releasing this uplifting record ‘We Done It Again

    ^^^

    Please don’t we don’t really need your help, Hov covered that.

  7. Ezln Says:

    smh @ rappers for the government. what is this.

  8. hood trill stunting aka trap day man Says:

    One thing that will never die tho, is live performances. Open mics, whatever, in order for it to work, you HAVE to get out there.

    > this right here…

    my peoples wouldn’t have any internet existence without it. we started out with a NYC connect getting us shows out there while simultaneously posting the shows along with the music on the net. our first shows were all in nyc. by the time we did shows in new england one of our songs made it to a top 30 hip hop list in the uk.

    of course things wane tho if there’s a hiatus of that but hitting the ground doing shows & jus telling folks to google the name keeps the wave alive for the next round.

    shits a rat race but persistence could allow for an artist to strike gold if you touch this tech savvy generation with quality live music.

  9. F YOU PAY ME! Says:

    my peoples wouldn’t have any internet existence

    ^

    who is your people?

    ive never heard of him/them

    throw up a link

    i keep it a hunnit

  10. &What?! Says:

    ‘JaVale McGee Top 8 dumb Plays (HD) 3 million views – YouTube’

    Fucking DEAD at some of those plays hahaha straight comedy.

    When he runs back to defend but his team are still on offense ROFL

  11. F YOU PAY ME! Says:

    its simple but hard at the same time

    the goal of an aspiring rapper should be to gain enough fans so that you can fill up a venue of at minimum 150 people that will pay to see you in multiple major cities in the country

  12. F YOU PAY ME! Says:

    if you cant get at minimum 150 paying fans to see you perform

    dont call yourself an “artist”

  13. b Says:

    Nas had the it was written template spray painted on the ground throughout the city when the album dropped.good times.

  14. b Says:

    In fact it mighta said nas is coming

  15. b-ease Says:

    F YOU PAY ME! Says:
    November 6th, 2012 at 8:44 pm
    its simple but hard at the same time

    the goal of an aspiring rapper should be to gain enough fans so that you can fill up a venue of at minimum 150 people that will pay to see you in multiple major cities in the country

    ^^
    Yep.

  16. b-ease Says:

    of course things wane tho if there’s a hiatus of that but hitting the ground doing shows & jus telling folks to google the name keeps the wave alive for the next round.

    shits a rat race but persistence could allow for an artist to strike gold if you touch this tech savvy generation with quality live music.

    ^^
    This too.

  17. Carlos Voltron Says:

    Nah I don’t believe street promotion is dead…

    Niggas need to smarten up with the strategy.

    Who walks around with CD and tape players anymore? Either they streaming through a service or have it on their iPod. You hand me a CD or flyer I’m tossing that shit.

    Even if you street, get your tumblr, soundcamp game up. Thug niggas be at the library yo.

  18. F YOU PAY ME! Says:

    b ease you rap?

    throw a link up if u want some real feedback

  19. F YOU PAY ME! Says:

    if you smart

    you print up 1000 + flyers with that smartphone barcode image thingy that you can scan with your phone and be able to listen to the song

    aye dont bite my shit

  20. b-ease Says:

    @ F You Pay Me

    soundcloud. com/Newport Music

  21. Casket Face Says:

    148 Obama 153 Romney…

  22. b-ease Says:

    smokingsection.uproxx. com/TSS/2012/08/new-music-brian-ennals-newport-music-x-drugs-x-fresh-prince-house

    ^^
    That’s a link to TSS’s post on Newport Music, which is the first single off my upcoming project ‘Candy Cigarettes’. There’s streams for two other tracks there as well.

  23. b-ease Says:

    smokingsection.uproxx. com/TSS/ 2012/08/ new-music-brian-ennals-newport-music-x-drugs-x-fresh-prince- house

    ^^
    That’s a link to TSS’s post on Newport Music, which is the first single off my upcoming project ‘Candy Cigarettes’. There’s streams for two other tracks there as well.

  24. b-ease Says:

    My bad on the double post…

  25. Das racist Says:

    smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2012/08/new-music-brian-ennals-newport-music-x-drugs-x-fresh-prince-house

    ^

    No need for the space.

  26. b-ease Says:

    @ das racist

    Good look.

  27. Das racist Says:

    148 Obama 153 Romney…

    ^

    Are niggas panicking?

  28. b-ease Says:

    Are niggas panicking?

    ^^
    Nah. I think Casket posted that before the president won PA. And as I’m typing this he just won Wisconsin. If he wins OH, as he’s projeted to do, it’s pretty much a wrap.

  29. Captain Planet Says:

    Obama just won Wisconsin

    If he wins Ohio, it’ll be over

  30. Captain Planet Says:

    Niggas 158

    Kizzas 153

  31. Das racist Says:

    Yo b-ease, do you got a mixtape out?

  32. Captain Planet Says:

    Obama won Pennsylvania

    That was one of the states Axelrod said he would cut his mustache if we lost

    We Out Chea

  33. Captain Planet Says:

    Elizabeth Warren just won Mass. Senate Seat !!!!

  34. Captain Planet Says:

    C’mon Ohio !!!!!

  35. Casket Face Says:

    Real talk I never met a Republican I didn’t want to punch in the face.

  36. b-ease Says:

    @ das racist

    I dropped my last project in 2010. You can stream it at brianennals.bandcamp. com

    Candy Cigarettes will be out on New Years Eve.

    Thanks for inquiring dude.

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