Young Jeezy Drops Drake 'Headlines' Freestyle And Five More New Tracks

By Rob Markman

Young Jeezy has been working overtime. Now that his long-delayed TM:103 has a new December 20 release date the Snowman has been getting busy in the studio. Today DJ Folk dropped six new Jeezy freestyles over some very popular beats.

Rapping over Drake’s “Headlines” the Thug Motivator used Drizzy’s built-in flow to set things off. “I might overwhelmed with haters b---h/ Overdosed on hater sh--, really need to go and kill yourself if you a hater b---h,” he spit before he rattled off even more bars directed at the naysayers.

Like all of freestyles he dropped today, Jeezy sets the record off on the first verse and leaves the rest of the original track intact. So in the case of “Headlines” Jizzle’s 16 leads way into the Toronto MC’s original hook and verses. The formula is used throughout.

Next up is Fabolous and Red Café’s “Y’all Don’t Hear Me.” Jeezy fits nicely over the Cardiak beat, his gravelly voice is the perfect compliment for the dramatic melody. “Cashed out, never fronted, I ain’t gotta front/ Gotta stunt man b---h, I ain’t gotta stunt,” he rhymes in his patented drawl.

Jeezy delivers a dose of thug love on Lil Wayne’s “She Will” and gets his Scarface on over Future’s “Tony Montana.” On the latter, the ATL trapper puts his jewels on full display and stunts when he spits, “Paid the Beamer 645 coupe for the necklace/ All white stones in the chain like I’m prejudice.”

Big Sean’s “A$$” gets redone as well as 2Win’s infectious “Whole Thang” to round things out. It’s not quite a mixtape, but the impromptu tape is mixed with a variety of rap treats. Thanks Jeezy.

Which new Young Jeezy freestyle do you like the most? Tell us in the comments!