From the sonics of his early trap music to the way his hustler’s tales motivated later rappers’ come-ups, Jeezy, now 40, is easily one of the most influential MCs of the past two decades. In recent years, the bellowing Atlanta honcho has applied his O.G. status in different ways, from 2013’s socially aware Church in These Streets to December’s opulent Pressure. The latter’s “American Dream,” featuring Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole, was a hugely anticipated song that didn’t disappoint. With Tee Grizzley, the young face of Detroit street rap.