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Lyrics for Vacation (album version) by Young Jeezy. I got to Like that don't cha? Yeah, yeah, yeah Yeah nigga Turn me up a lil’ bit Said I’m. a vacation I need a vacation I'm goin' to Decatur Where it’s greater See if I could stack me up some paper I need a vacation I'm going to da bluff Where it’s rough See if I can pick me up enough I need a vacation I'm goin’ to College Park Where its dark See if I can.
Vacation" is the second official single from rapper Young Jeezy's album, The Recession. The song was released on August 12, 2008 on USDA2DAY. com as a countdown to The Recession. Originally "Crazy World" was rumored to be the second single, but it was confirmed that "Vacation" would be the second single. He said that he chose "Vacation" as a single because "I need one, no one ever seen Jeezy have fu.
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From the Album The Recession. Vacation (Album Version (Explicit)).
Let's Get It: Thug Motivation 101 is the major label debut studio album by American rapper Young Jeezy. It was released on July 26, 2005, by his indie record label Corporate Thugz, under the distribution from Def Jam. On the UK's album release, it features the remixed version of "Go Crazy", featuring guest appearance from rapper Jay-Z. The album was supported by 4 singles: "And Then What" featuring Mannie Fresh, "Soul Survivor" featuring Akon, "Go Crazy" and "My Hood".
Young Jeezy – The Recession. Label: Def Jam Recordings – B0011536-02, Corporate Thugz Entertainment – B0011536-02. Word Play" contains a sample of "Come on Down (Get Your Head Out of The Clouds)" by Greg Perry. Vacation" contains interpolations of "Welcome to The Island" by Bob Marley and Stephen Marley. Don't Do It" contains a sample of "The Overture of Foxy Brown" by Willie Hutch.
In rapper Young Jeezy’s case, however, the ideal Vacation spot is back in the hoods of Atlanta where he started earning his money before he became a household name. Expect a similar classic to arrive next month when Jeezy's fifth overall (and third major-label) album, The Recession, is released worldwide on September 2.