Freddie Gibbs & Doughboyz Cashout Exchange Jabs On Twitter
It's no secret that Freddie Gibbs and Young Jeezy have beef, but it appears the bad blood has extended into artists from Jeezy's label as well. HBK, a member of Doughboyz Cashout, who are currently signed to Jeezy's CTE imprint, decided to take an offhand shot at Freddie Gibbs yesterday. Responding to a question from another Twitter user, the rapper called Gibbs "a bum", which did not go unnoticed by the Pinata rapper.
Big K.R.I.T. Talks "Cadillactica", Working With Lil Boosie And Jeezy
After Big K.R.I.T. released a trailer for his upcoming album Cadillactica last month, anticipation for the project has now reached a fever pitch.
YG Explains Taking Influence From Classic Albums On "My Krazy Life"
YG's My Krazy Life came out last week, and it's already received plenty of acclaim from critics. The term classic gets thrown around a lot these days, but it has definitely been used a little more than usual with this project. The Bompton rapper talked a bit about the concept of a classic with HOT 97, revealing the albums he took influence from when crafting his album, as well as explaining the role Jeezy played in the making of the project.
Lil Boosie & Jeezy In The Studio Together
Lil Boosie was released from prison just last week, and he's wasted no time getting back in the studio since. Since he got out, we've already seen him freestyle the whole way home from the pen, as well as release three new tracks (including one with longtime collaborator Webbie).
Rick Ross Reveals He'll Be On An Upcoming Jeezy Record
Rick Ross and Jeezy squashed their longtime beef earlier this year with the release of "War Ready" a single which appearaed om Ross' brand new Mastermind album. The pairing came as a shock, but what wasn't revealed at the time of release was that the session produced another collaboration as well.
What's Beef: 10 Rappers Who Fired Shots At Their Record Label
In the world of hip hop "beef" isn't unusual, in fact it's customary. Some of the greatest and most historical moments in the culture and genre have been produced because of contention. Most disagreements are between two or more artists and/or producers, but from time to time artists have been in dispute with their record labels. And when rappers take to social media, or in some cases to wax, to air out label executives and record labels as a whole, things can get pretty interesting.
Rick Ross Discusses Enlisting Mr. Brainwash For "Mastermind" Artwork, Beef With Jeezy
With the successful release of Rick Ross' sixth studio album, Mastermind, (although, there was a shooting at his DeKalb County album release party, so that wasn't very successful) the rapper has kicked off some interview promotion.
BTS Photos For Rick Ross & Jeezy's "War Ready" Video Shoot
Rick Ross and Jeezy put their past beef aside to connect for a single off Rozay's upcoming Mastermind album, "War Ready." We recently heard how T.I. had a part to play in the squashing of the beef, as he spoke to Jeezy about unnecessary feuds.
T.I. Apparently Responsible For Jeezy & Rick Ross Ending Beef [Update: T.I. Explains]
It came as a surprise to many when Rick Ross announced that his new single "War Ready" would feature Young Jeezy, who Ross has had a high-profile beef with, escalating to an altercation between crews at the 2012 BET Awards. "War Ready" finally dropped yesterday, as did some news of how the reconciliation happened. T.I. claims to be the man who squashed things, explaining that he spoke to both parties separately, and reminded them of something the had in common-- a desire to make money.
Mike Will Made It To Produce Rick Ross & Jeezy Collaboration [Update: "War Ready" Drops Today]
Two weeks ago, Rick Ross decided to reveal the official artwork to his highly anticipated album Mastermind. Along with the artwork, Rozay announced that a new "reunion" record with Jeezy, titled “War Ready”, will be featured on the album too.
Rick Ross Unveils "Mastermind" Cover, New Single With Jeezy [Update: Deluxe Edition Art Added]
Rick Ross has had quite the rollout for his 6th studio album, which has suffered some delays, but will finally be arriving (we hope) on March 4th through Def Jam. Rozay gave us a sign today that the date is set in stone, revealing the official (and very pink) artwork for the project. On top of that, he's announced the new single from the project, which will be titled "War Ready", and will feature none other than Young Jeezy, which comes as a surprise, as the two have had their differences in the past.
Freddie Gibbs Speaks On Current Situation With Jeezy
Freddie Gibbs has distanced himself from Jeezy a lot over the course of the past year, after the two had a falling out and Gibbs left the CTE label. While Jeezy remained relatively quiet about what went down, Gibbs was quite vocal about his beef with Jeezy and didn't hesitate to call out the Snowman.
Jeezy Arrested For Obstructing Police [Update: Cops Allegedly Mistreated Jeezy]
Jeezy is back behind bars for the second time this month. The CTE boss was arrested near Atlanta on Tuesday after he allegedly cussed out the cops.
Jeezy Arrested For Alleged Battery Of His Son [Update: New Details Surface]
Jeezy was reportedly arrested Friday for battery, false imprisonment, and making terroristic threats. The charges stem from an alleged incident in 2012 in which Jeezy got into a physical altercation with his son. Apparently the ATL rapper and his son got into a fight in a bathroom, which resulted in Jeezy throwing his kid through a glass shower door, and caused him to hit his head. Jeezy then apparently punched him in the face, before dragging him into a bedroom and further beating him on a bed.
Freddie Gibbs Hints At New Diss Record Towards Jeezy
Freddie Gibbs and Jeezy may have not-so-amicably parted ways last December, but the beef hasn't quite subsided just yet. Gangsta Gibbs, who is currently at work on a mixtape titled Anybody Killa, as well as his Cocaine Pinata project with MadLib (arriving in February), hinted at a diss record towards his former friend and boss while on Twitter.
Review: Yo Gotti's "I Am"
“I am the struggle. I am the hustle. I am the city. I’m the pot in the kitchen.” Yo Gotti raps on the title track of his latest album, I Am. The self-proclaimed king of Memphis has been involved in the trap game for a while now, and he has much to share, telling stories through out his new album, I Am. Gotti‘s strong southern influence is clearly shown throughout the 13-track project. There’s just as much soul as there is swagger, a combination that keeps listeners intrigued.
Jeezy's CTE Signs With Roc Nation
Jeezy recently went on a Twitter rant expressing his issues with Def Jam, and so it looks like he's decided to take his own imprint, CTE, in a different direction.
Top Tracks Of The Week: November 11-17
This feature highlights a hand-picked selection of some of the bigger tracks of the week. We have chosen a few of the tracks that landed within our top 25 most played, focusing on those that stood out, and left room for discussion. This edition features Jhene Aiko, Jeezy, The Weekend, and more! Take a look at the list in the gallery above, and feel free to let us know your own favorite tracks in the comments.
Jeezy Accuses Def Jam Of "Playing Games," Threatens To Leak New Album
It seems that history is repeating itself for Jeezy. The Atlanta rapper has released a large onslaught of material this year, but still has no release date for his upcoming fourth album. As someone who has experienced his share of delays, particularly with his last effort, TM:103, Jeezy is beginning to get frustrated. The snowman took to Twitter today to vent about his concerns for the album, indicating that he desperately wants to give the new music to his fans, and even threatening to leak the project if his concerns are not addressed.
Jeezy's Clothing Line Sued By Hells Angels Over Logo
Jeezy's clothing apparel line 8732 Apparel is facing a new lawsuit, from motorcycle crew Hells Angels. The Angels aren't too happy with Jeezy ripping off their logo, and then selling it on jackets for massive profit, at least according to the suit. Hells Angels' iconic Death Head logo is currently being used in a slightly different version on 8732 Apparel's jackets and hats. Hells Angels say in their lawsuit that Jeezy's company has already earned a substantial amount of profit from selling a knock-off of their logo, and now they want all those profits.