When Jeezy dropped the tracklisting for his upcoming eighth studio album, Pressure, the collaboration that immediately caught everyone's attention was J. Cole and Kendrick Lamar on the track, "American Dream."

Well, Jeezy offered a preview of the anticipated track at a listening session in New York last night. The song is produced by SoundSmith and features a Bilal sample. Jeezy raps about the sad state of the country's political affairs, spitting "My president was black, now my president is wack." Then Cole comes through with a fiery verse, followed by Kendrick.

If the build-up to the Atlanta veteran's new project was already bubbling before, it certainly is now. Pressure drops this Friday, Dec. 15. Kodak Black and YG (“Pressure”), Tory Lanez and Rick Ross (“Like Them”), and WizKid and Trey Songz (“The Life”) also show up on the album.  Jeezy will kick off the 31-city Cold Summer tour in support of the album in Feb.

Take a listen to a preview of the J. Cole/Kendrick Lamar collab below.

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