I Might ft. Rich Homie Quan (Prod by London On The Track)
2. Everything Back ft. Young Dolph & Bankroll Fresh (Prod by Zaytoven)
3. Type Of Party ft. Que, Pewee Longway, Offset (Prod by Cassius Jay)
4. Birds Could Talk (Prod by Cardo)
5. Gangsta shyt ft. Shy Glizzy (Prod by Cardo)
6. She Know ft. Kevin Gates (Prod by London On The Track)
7. Pot Life ft. 2 Chainz (Prod by Sonny Digital)
8. The Realest ft. YG (Prod by Cardo & Johnny Juliani)
9. Bossin Up ft. Payroll (Prod by Cardo)
10. Wit Me (Prod by D Rich)
Following the trend of major artists dropping new music without any promotion, Jeezy was the latest to follow this format and surprisingly dropped a mixtape of new music on Memorial Day weekend. With Gangsta Party, This has Jeezy going back into the streets and seeing if he can pick up fans that may have left after he went mainstream.
Gangsta Party is probably Jeezy’s most featured tape to date and whats interesting is that he’s collaborating with many of the latest within Atlanta rap scene. Fans of the incarcerated Gucci Mane may be left scratching their heads because Zaytoven(Gucci’s producer) produced Everything Back which featured Young Dolph(Whom rocked with Gucci).
Rich Homie Quan and Pee Wee Highway are also two artists whom Gucci heavily rocked with before they started catching stream. They are featured on I might and Time of Party respectively which could be bangers Jeezy need to set the summer on fire.
Gangsta Party seemingly feels like Jeezy is riding the new wave and remained on coast control. The subject manner becomes repetitive after a while as well as the beat selection which heavy relies on the trap heavy sound thats current in ATL at the moment. Perhaps Jeezy wanted to show that he’s willing to rock with the new talent in the Atlanta scene, But musically this was a step backwards from The Real is Back 1 and 2, Trap or Die, Can’t Ban the Snowman and other mixtapes that were much better.
Vic Rating 5 Outta 10