Last night, Jeezy dropped his new album Twenty/20 Pyrex Vision, one year after TM104: The Legend of the Snowman. According to all the fan reactions, however, the project is a bit of a letdown.

The new album was entirely produced by Shawty Redd, who previously worked with Jeezy on past projects such as Thug Motivation 102: The Inspiration, The Recession, and Trap Or Die. The new seven-track project doesn't include any guest appearances, and features titles such as "Poppin'," "Billions," and "Buy a Bank."

To promote the release, Jeezy took to Instagram to share a trailer filled with archive footage featuring himself and Redd. Once the project dropped, some fans were excited about Jeezy and Redd's reunion, while others thought the project was a flop.

Listen for yourself below, then scroll down for some of the best reactions.

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This new Jeezy doesn't hit the same

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