Jeezy Previews Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole Collaboration 'American Dream'

  /  12.12.2017

In just a few days, Jeezy is set to drop his new album Pressure featuring a highly-anticipated collaboration between Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole.

The rappers join forces with the Snowman on “American Dream.” During a listening session in New York last night, Jeezy previewed the SoundSmith-produced track, which samples Bilal. Jizzle raps about Donald Trump (“My president was black, now my president is wack”) before Cole comes through with an explosive verse and K-Dot caps things off with a bang.

Due Friday, Pressure is set to feature additional collaborations with Kodak Black and YG (“Pressure”), Tory Lanez and Rick Ross (“Like Them”), and WizKid and Trey Songz (“The Life”).

Following its release, Jizzle will launch his 31-city “Cold Summer Tour,” starting Feb. 7 in Anaheim.

Preview Jeezy’s Kendrick/Cole collabo below.


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