Jeezy & Under Armour Are Releasing A Song Inspired By Cam Newton
Cam Newton is quickly solidifying himself as a household name with his engaging antics and high profile friends, as well as his stellar play on the football field.
The Carolina Panthers' Hip-Hop Connection
Why have old white women, from Hillary Clinton to this 95-year-old grandma, been seen hitting dabs in the past few months?
J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League Release Stacked Album Featuring Drake, Future, & More
One of the respected names in the beat game, production trio J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League surprised fans this morning by releasing a new album called J.U.S.T.I.C.E. For All containing 13 never-before-heard songs. The project is absolutely stacked with features; artists appearing on the album include Drake, Rick Ross, Lupe Fiasco, Future, Chris Brown, T.I., Wale, R. Kelly, Jeremih, & Jeezy. Gotdamn.
Future & Jeezy Joined Cam Newton On Field Before Today's Game
Is it really any wonder Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton has led his team to Super Bowl 50? He's got the best dab outside of the Migos camp, and he's earned the support of two of Atlanta's most important rappers, Jeezy and Future Hendrix, both whom joined Cam on the field before today's NFC Championship Game vs. the Arizona Cardinals.
The Obamas' 10 Most Hip Hop Moments
President Obama recently made headlines when he announced that his favorite song from the year was Kendrick Lamar's "How Much A Dollar Cost?" If there's one year-end list you want to be on, it's the President's. Our current commander-in-chief, and his family, have been the most culturally-savvy first family that this country has ever had, and a big portion of that is how their names continuously pop up next to hip hop culture.
Charts Don't Lie: November 25th
After multiple weeks without any big chart debuts, we were starting to think it was a drought. Thankfully, last week saw some HUGE releases, with Justin Bieber, Logic, Jeezy, and Ty Dolla $ign all dropping their albums. Biebs unsurprisingly came out on top, beating out fellow pop superstars One Direction in what turned out to be less of a battle than expected (1D moved 460,000 units to Bieber's 649k). Nevertheless it was the first time two debuting albums had sold over 400k in one week since Kanye West and 50 Cent's infamous head-to-head in 2007.
Logic, Jeezy, Ty Dolla $ign, & Justin Bieber First Week Sales Are In
The final first-week sales numbers are in for albums released on Friday, November 13th. According to Hits Daily Double, Justin Bieber's Purpose reigned supreme, with a whopping 649,000 units moved in terms of STS (sales-plus-streaming).
Review: Jeezy's "Church in These Streets"
Rap was born in New York, but it’s been splitting time in a few cities lately. It has a condo in Chicago, a house in the Los Angeles area. Rap probably has a couch to crash on in Houston and goes to Toronto a couple times a year as well. Most recently it has spent a boatload of time in Atlanta.
Sales Projections For Jeezy, Logic & Justin Bieber
The biggest battle on this charts is between pop sensations Justin Bieber and One Direction, but it's far from the only one.As it stands, Bieber is looking to take the number one spot with Purpose, with 425-450k in traditional sales, and 475-500k with streams, but it's damn close, with 1D looking to come in with 415-440k (450-475k with streams).And of course, on to the actual rap releases -- Logic is set to move an impressive 85-90k (90-95k with streams), while Jeezy is expected to sell a more modest 60-65k (65-70k with streams).
Stream Jeezy's Eighth Studio Album "Church In These Streets"
Over the past couple weeks, Jeezy has been dropping off new content for us daily in preparation of his eighth studio album Church In The Streets. Well, it looks like that trend will come to an end today as the album was just made available for purchase on iTunes.
#TBT: Jeezy's Deep Cuts
Last month we focused on Jeezy's first three albums to curate a Throwback Thursday of the trap star's better-known, early work. Today, we're going to dig a little deeper, going for features, lesser-known cuts, and rarities that he recorded during the course of 2000-2010.
Jeezy Wins $5 Million Lawsuit Against Him & CTE
Jeezy can sleep soundly tonight as he approaches the release of his 8th studio album, Church in These Streets. TMZ reports that the CTE boss has been absolved of any wrongdoing in the $5 million case brought against him by Detetrius "Kinky B" Ellerbee, a man who claimed to have been close friends with Jeezy for 20 years, in summer 2012.
Tracklist For Jeezy’s “Church In These Streets” Surfaces
As we near closer to the November 13th release date for Jeezy’s eighth studio album Church In These Streets, new information continues to pop up online piece by piece.
Top Tracks: October 19 - October 25
10. Lil Wayne - Pour Up This Weezy leak continues to amass more hype, even though we can't find it anywhere on the web -- back into Birdman's vault, I suppose. Now in its fourth week, the lean-inspired zero-fucks-given anthem managed to grab the final spot in the top 10. Weezy would be wise to have "Pour Up" as his next single, though that's easier said than done.
Jeezy Announces "Church In These Streets" Intimate Concert Series
Jeezy has been consistently rolling out singles as we lead up to his socially-charged album, Church In These Streets, the most recent being "Sweet Life" with Janelle Monae. This morning he takes a break from the music to announce a little concert series he'll be doing in support of the album.
J. Cole, Diddy, Jeezy & More March On 20th Anniversary Of The Million Man March
Today, October 10, thousands gathered in Washington D.C. for the Justice Or Else march, which comes on the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March, led by Minister Louis Farrakhan, who also led today's march. Many of hip-hop's elite, including Diddy, Jeezy, Snoop Dogg, J. Cole, Ty Dolla $ign, and Jay Electronica, showed up to walk and show solidarity in the fight against police violence.
Stream Jeezy's "Politically Correct EP"
The 20th anniversary of the Million Man March is going down today in Washington DC. Jeezy announced yesterday on Sway in the Morning that he would be dropping an EP to celebrate the occasion, and today he delivers on his promise.
Jeezy Is Dropping An EP Today
As we anticipate the release of Church In These Streets next month, Jeezy has decided to reward us with an EP of new material this weekend while we wait. The Atlanta icon stopped by Sway In The Morning to play the title track from Politically Correct, a project that will impact today (Saturday October 10th) -- the date specifically chosen to coincide with the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March.
Top Tracks: September 28 - October 4
10) The Game feat. Diddy - Standing On Ferraris In his search for another hit, The Game is an equal opportunity employer. The decidedly West Coast rapper is even willing to reach out to the figurehead of the label that was once at the forefront of the East Coast sound -- though he only grants him a speaking role. "Standing On Ferraris" didn't budge in its second week on the charts, holding strong at #10.