Atlanta rap monarch Young Jeezy has a new album called Church In These Streets coming out next month, and he’s lately been sharing a whole lot of new songs: “God,” “Church In These Streets,” “Gold Bottles,” “Hustla’s Holiday.” Over the weekend, as Nah Right points out, he gave us a new one, and it’s the first one to feature a prominent guest: Fellow ATLien Janelle Monaé. “Sweet Life” is a soft, murmuring track that finds Jeezy in an uncharacteristically low-key mood. And also over the weekend, Jeezy shared a new five-track EP called Politically Correct. D. Rich produced the entire thing, and it’s intended to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March. Below, stream both “Sweet Life” and the Politically Correct EP.