Jay Z and Jeezy have become frequent collaborators over the years -- so much so that Jay is comfortable sharing his emotional fragility with the "Soul Survivor" rapper. A verse on their new song, "Seen It All," reflects on a drug smuggle from Jay's young days of selling crack cocaine. Jeezy told MTV that writing the lyrics was emotional for famed rapper.
“We got on the phone and [Jay] was like, ‘Yo, Jeezy, when I was writing the verse I had tears in my eyes, man,’ because it took him so far back to [Brooklyn's Marcy Projects],” he told MTV News. “Every bar in that song was real -- I put my hand on the Bible.”