I don't know how this is a question at this point but if you go back a year or so, they were on par. Looking back, I don't know what happened that made Jeezy fall off.
And this is where the problem starts.
They weren't on par before Albert Anastasia
, Jeezy had the better albums and way more sales. All 3 albums went platinum, TM101
was multi-platinum, Jeezy's The Recession
stretched in 2009 and Ross' Deeper Than Rap
did it's job but it was Jeezy who was on tour with Wayne, on tour with Jay and has the street anthems like "Who Dat", "Welcome Back" and others. Jeezy had the more memorable and recognizable records to mainstream and the streets, not Ross.
That Triple C's album startd Ross' rise and then once AA
dropped that basically deaded everything out. Young had no answer, but up to that point he was the clearly the more decorated artist. Port Of Miami
had some records on it, but he was rapping just to rap and his voice was still developing. I really can't go back and play that album from top to bottom anymore, Trilla
had it's moments but there was too much filler. Even DTR
faded off almost near the end.
So, as Jay-Z would say when people try to compare his stuff.....look at the body of work and accomplishments. For those that only care about right now:
Ross is on topIf you're comparing careers:
Jeezy's clearly ahead