ATLANTA, GA - FEBRUARY 23: Young Jeezy and Jay-Z attend the So So Def anniversary party hosted by Jay Z at Compound on Februa
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To hype up his forthcoming seventh studio album, Jeezy unveiled its hard-hitting title track "Seen It All" featuring Jay Z. The knocking collaboration is the work of up-and-coming producer Cardo who's worked with Wiz KhalifaBig Sean and Mac Miller.

With a flute-driven instrumental embellished with snare drums and snappy beats, the MC formerly known as Young Jeezy brings his signature, raspy delivery to rap about his transformation from hustling on the streets to his now-lavish lifestyle. Jay makes his way halfway through to wax about his similar origins.

Rumor has it this was considered for Hov's Magna Carta Holy Grail record, released last summer, but didn't make the cut. It certainly wouldn't have sounded of place.

Nearly three years after his gold-certified TM:103 Hustlerz Ambition LP, the "Soul Survivor" rapper's new studio set Seen It All will drop September 2, featuring this Jay Z collabo and the lead single "Me OK" (below).