Jeezy blessed us with his new project, Church in These Streets, on Friday (Nov. 13), and over the weekend the CTE leader gave us a divine remix of his latest single “God,” which features the God’s Son creator himself, Nas.

The rap tandem have teamed up once before back in 2009 for "My President" after Barack Obama won his 2008 election to become the nation's first Black president.

Produced by Southside and TM88, the "God" (Remix) boasts a sinister trap music-inspired production as the Atlanta rapper and Queens, N.Y.-bred rhymer spit God-body flows about their kingly status on their respective street corners.

"No matter how broke, how rich / N----, never ever compromise your loyalty / Medusa head on my Versace robe / Standing on a pile of white bricks," raps Jeezy.

Meanwhile, Nas delivers a quotable verse that will remind listeners why he's been revered as the God MC. "I'm the philosopher, I'm the OG champ Bernard Hopkins flow,"he raps, adding, "I'm for a mature audience, reppin' the empire state / I'm on my God flow, they call me God's Son / Vernon Boulevard, holy one," he raps.

According to reports, music insiders are forecasting that Jeezy will sell a respectable 60-65,000 copies (65-70,000 with streams) of Church in These Streets during its first week of release.

Check out Jeezy and Nas' collaborative song below.

Listen to Jeezy's 'God' (Remix) Feat. Nas

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