A feature that fans may have been disappointed not to see on Jeezy's new album Trap or Die 3, is one from long-time collaborator Jay Z. Collaborations between Jeezy and Jay Z are pretty rare moments in hip-hop, but whenever they do arrive they are always stellar, with their last appearance on wax together being on Jeezy's 2014 album Seen It All: The Autobiography. Speaking to Rap-Up, Jeezy spoke about the possibility of a joint project between the two MC's and said that "I definitely don't think it's impossible."
The Atlanta rapper said of the potential project, "We had a couple of words about doing a project like that. At the time, he got busy and I got busy but there was definitely a conversation had about us doing some type of project whether it was an EP, a street album, or whatever. We would have to go in because it is me and him, so we would have to really go in and find a happy medium as far as the sound. But I definitely don’t think it’s impossible.”
This comes a couple of days after Jeezy weighed in on the falling out between Jay and Kanye West, with the rapper reassuringly saying "They're brothers." Well if we don't get a Watch The Throne 2, a Jay Z/Jeezy project wouldn't be a bad alternative.