Rapper rides success of most recent album with growling, unhurried anthems of street life, supported by two DJs spinning diverse sets
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Riding the December release of his latest album Thug Motivation 103: Hustlerz Ambition, Atlanta native Young Jeezy is currently swaggering across the country backed by thumping beats. With a pocket full of Top Ten songs, including "Soul Survivor," "Put On," and "I Do," the man born Jay Wayne Jenkins growls through tales of his days on the streets playing vicious games of stickball and subsequent celebrity ascendance. The rough rhymes often come packaged with lush instrumentation and sweeter-toned guest vocals, meaning that Jeezy's unhurried flow often pushes through a surprisingly smooth background. When he takes command of the track, though, "his ad-libs and punch-ins still slap with ominous Old Testament brutality," writes Jeff Weiss of the Los Angeles Times. To prime the crowd, omnivorous music mixer DJ Fingaz draws on such diverse genres as hip-hop, 80s rock, and electronica, and DJ Mission takes time off from his usual perch riding the airwaves at local radio station Z90.