Jeezy’s “Here We Go” Is A Blast From The Past
Following a historic Verzuz battle with Gucci Mane, Jeezy came through with “The Recession 2” and let fly the nostalgic “Here We Go.”
Produced by Don Cannon and Sean Momberger, the instrumental features a blend of triumphant horns and contemporary percussion, symbolizing Jeezy’s transition into the new era. And while the times may have changed, Jeezy’s propensity for keeping it real on wax has yet to fade. “Boy you be talkin’ that shit ’cause I’m out the gutter,” he spits. “And I was talkin’ that shit when I came out my mother / Before he took his first breath, I lost my only brother / We motherfuck the world raw, I lost my only rubber.” From there, he proceeds to assert his dominance over those of lesser ambition, a quality that has become a crucial part of his identity.
Overall, “Here We Go” feels like an appropriate blend of classic Jeezy and modern Jeezy, a welcome balancing act between two eras. Be sure to show The Snowman some love in the comments, and check out his brand new album The Recession 2 right here.
Boy you be talkin’ that shit ’cause I’m out the gutter
And I was talkin’ that shit when I came out my mother
Before he took his first breath, I lost my only brother
We motherfuck the world raw, I lost my only rubber