It’s somehow reassuring to have Jeezy back rasping over tracks, intertwining tales of selling dope with whatever else he wants to rap about; in this case the coke analogy is to that of a woman, in a sense becoming his own version of Bonnie & Clyde ’11, although the “Bonnie” is unspecified to say the least.
What it is, what it do, homegirl ain’t got a clue, if I get you open all the things that I would do to you/ smack it up, flip it down, weigh it up, break it down, lean ya to your side and ask you who your daddy now/ You ain’t gotta even open your eyes, know what you lookin’ at/ and I ain’t have to open my eyes when I was cookin’ that.
Too easy for Jeezy.
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