The track sees the rappers going in over bass-heavy production perfectly tailored to their intense deliveries, with Jeezy rapping, "Heard what I said, n***a, fuck Trump!"
Jeezy also makes references to Tom Brady and Rick Ross among others on the intense track, although in a far more positive light than he did with Trump.
Jeezy has slowly been sharing new music throughout the year, playing up his trap roots and offering a throwback sign with songs like "1 Time." As he's been dropping the tracks, he's also teasing a last studio album titled Thug Motivation 104: Trust The Process. In fact, he's since revealed that it'll drop on Aug. 23, with pre-orders already live for the record.
In a recent post on his Instagram account, he shared the cover art for the release. "For my day 1's & everyone that been around me since the beginning—This one's for you!!" He alluded to the finality of the project too by including the date of his 2005 debut album, Let's Get It: Thug Motivation 101.
Listen to "MLK BLVD" above.