It was raining hip hop this past Tuesday at the Observatory when Atlanta’s native son, Young Jeezy hit the stage for a sold-out performance in celebration of his latest full-length record Seen It All: The Autobiography. All I can say is that there was so much bass in his show, it literally felt like I was being blasted with a machine gun of warm air! Opening up with “Me OK” fans roared with excitement gearing up for the rowdy Jeezy show that was about ensue.
Performing his newest songs, Jeezy also satisfied his veteran fans. Dipping into a collection of 2005 classics from “Go Crazy” to “Trap Star” — old school Jeezy fans fist pumped and head-bobbed their way through a powerful set with unbeatable street swagger. The vibe was hot and the bass never let up. Young Jeezy at the Observatory made for perfect way to spend a rainy day indoors.
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