Jeezy stopped by The Breakfast Club to talk about why he decided to revisit his Trap or Die series and what people can expect from his latest project. To make the album, Jeezy said he reconnected with old comrades like Shawty Redd, who is responsible for the gritty, bass-ridden sound that catapulted Jeezy’s career in the early 2000s.
Aside from touching on his album, Jeezy explained what he meant when he compared Donald Trump to Tupac. He also talked about his past life in the streets, his admiration for Tupac, and why some of the artists he signed over the years didn’t obtain mainstream success.
Jeezy also talked about YG’s evolution as an artist, the deaths of Bankroll Fresh and Shawty Lo, the days of BMF, real estate and fatherhood.
Check out the interview below.