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Jeezy And Future Will Shed 'No Tears' On New Collaboration: Watch The Video

Seen It All drops in less than a month.

Jeezy's new album, Seen It All, is just a few weeks away, and on Friday (August 22), he delivered another of his major collabs from the project.

"No Tears," featuring Future, comes just a week after the Atlanta rapper dropped "Beautiful," alongside Game and Rick Ross. Plus, there's the album's title track, with Jay Z, which he released at the end of June.

For his latest, Jizzle premiered the song alongside his video, which was shot in St. Thomas and directed by Eif Rivera. "I'm from the place where don't nobody make it, but you know they want to/ You wanna see a n---a f--ked in the game, n---a, don't you?/ But I refuse to cry or shed a tear, that's the sh-- we go through," he raps, surrounded by a tropical landscape.

As usual, the Snowman's rhymes are at once gritty and motivational, and with Future's sung chorus and the melodic production, "No Tears" becomes an upbeat anthem.

Seen It All drops in less than two weeks, on September 2.