Album Review: Young Jeezy “TM: 103 Hustlerz Ambition” (Score 83%)

Genre: Hip Hop / Rap / Hardcore

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If you want something hardcore, this is the album for you. Young Jeezy is all about sex, weed and guns. I can’t see myself listening to this album on a daily basis because it’s so hard. Young Jeezy must not like recording alone because he has a lot of collaborations. Despite these things, he does deliver some witty punchlines.

Lose My Mind” featuring 103 – Dope, crisp, wild, crazy, heavily-medicated.

“Ballin” featuring Lil Wayne – Gutter, futuristic, flavorful, splendid, fun.

“.38” featuring Freddie Gibbs – Dangerous, lethal, primal, high-caliber, rapacious.

“F.A.M.E.” featuring T.I. – Glamorous, attractive, magnetic, elaborate, daring.

“I Do” featuring Jay-Z, Andre 3000 – Plain, boring🙁

“Trapped” featuring Jill Scott – Surprising, live, real, superior, uplifting. “

“All We Do” – Annoying, Unattractive

“Everythang” – Booming, famous, financially sound, thugging, reminiscing.

“Higher Learning” featuring Snoop Dogg, Devin The Dude, Mitchellel – Risky, awkward.. 🙁

“Leave You Alone” featuring Ne-Yo – Maddening, crystal clear, alluring, deafening, lonely.

“Never Be The Same” – New, reborn, positive, redemption, clarity.

“Nothing” – Aloofness, repetitive, set, radioactive, rebel.

“OJ” featuring Fabolous, Jadakiss – simple, grinding, hard, fearless, troublesome.

“Supafreak” featuring 2 Chainz – Sensual, thunderous, noisy, dynamic, rugged.

“This Ones For You” featuring Trick Daddy – Thoughtful, sincere, regular, favorable, smart.

“Waiting” – Big shot, rhythmic, dominate, earnest, remarkable.

“Way Too Gone” featuring Future – Recollect, gifted, respectful, restless, gangster.

“What I Do (Just Like That)” – Colossal, likable, album favorite, witty, determined. +

SCORE: 15/18=83%

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