Jeezy Kicks Raps So Cold That He’s The Black Eskimo (Video)

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Jeezy’s Seen It All: The Autobiography is still making its rounds. The Atlanta, Georgia Trap star directs attentions to the fourth single from his seventh studio LP. “Black Eskimo” is a simple video, employing Jeezy’s longstanding love of black&white (perhaps an allusion to the rights and wrongs of the law).

Perched in a throne, as well as on the roof of a John F. Kennedy-era Lincoln Continental, the CTE founder speaks to those who spoke out against him (presumably former artist Freddie Gibbs) in the brag-driven track:

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