Jeezy Songs

  • God (Remix)
    God (Remix)
    With his new album, Church in These Streets, Jeezy intends to cement his status in the history books as a southern rap legend. A day after the LP's release, he's brought along a legend from up north to remix the album's lead single, "God." 
  • BFF (Remix)
    BFF (Remix)
    2 Chainz just announced that he's got three projects coming down the pipes, including a joint album with Lil Wayne called Colligrove.
  • Go Getta
    Go Getta
    Tomorrow, November 13, Jeezy drops his eighth studio album Church in These Streets. Based on the multitude of videos he's dropped from that project in the last couple weeks, it's going to be hard AF. For this week's #TBT, we take it back to quintessential Jeezy cut "Go Getta," which appeared on his 2006 album The Inspiration: Thug Motivation 102. "Go Getta" is a perfect storm of three superhuman forces -- R Kelly, Jeezy, & this cold-blooded beat.
  • Nov. 13 Freestyle
    Nov. 13 Freestyle
    Sundays are for football and, as of late, Jeezy. As part of his weekly Sunday Sermons, Pastor Young has been dropping off singles from his upcoming album, Church in These Streets. This week, he's given fans a "Nov. 13 Freestyle," named for his album's release date. The track might not land on the album, but it's well-worth a listen for Jeezy fans, bringing to mind the rapping heard on 2006's The Inspiration.
  • I Ride
    I Ride
    I Changed a Lot drops tomorrow, and DJ Khaled has shared another highly anticipated collab off the release: "I Ride," bringing along his good friends Future, Boosie Badazz, Rick Ross and Jeezy. Right from the get-go, it's a hair-raising, high-octane banger reminiscent of Khaled's classic street-sweeping anthems. 
  • Pipe It Up (Remix)
    Pipe It Up (Remix)
    We've already heard Jeezy's verse on Migos "Pipe It Up," but now 2 Chainz has come through to make it complete. Naturally, he's a perfect fit for the bouncy Murdah Beatz instrumental, coming through with some of his most hilariously inventive punchlines in a minute ("My flow is harder than an inmate on a conjugal visit").
  • Sweet Life
    Sweet Life
    Jeezy just isn't stopping. A day after releasing a surprise EP in honor of the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March, Pastor Young is back to his regularly scheduled Sunday Services, continuing to heighten the anticipation for his upcoming album, Church in These Streets.
  • Politically Correct
    Politically Correct
    Jeezy's Church In These Streets is still scheduled to drop next month, but first, he's hitting us with the Politically Correct EP. The project will be released tomorrow (October 10th), and will coincide with the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March. Jeez played the title track from the project on Sway In The Morning, and the recording has now made its way online. It follows the political lean that the rapper's most recent tracks have taken on, challenging the horrible events of police brutality we've witnessed recently.
  • Pipe It Up (Remix)
    Pipe It Up (Remix)
    Jeezy has been working non-stop lately, preparing us for his upcoming album Church In These Streets by dropping off street-approved remixes in addition to his #SundayService series. The rapper has already dropped off four new records this week, and here goes the fifth. For his latest mix, he hops on Migos' "Pipe It Up" record, which originally dropped in the summer. Are you feeling Jeezy's addition to it?
  • 679 (Remix)
    679 (Remix)
    Jeezy season! The Snowman has dropped a couple singles recently to get us hyped for his upcoming album Church in the Streets. As a bonus, we've also been getting a few of his leaked remixes. Yesterday it was Jeezy remix of Bankroll Fresh's "Walked In," today it's a Jeezy remix of Fetty Wap's unapologetic club banger "679," which has been running train on the charts for the past few months.
  • Walked In
    Walked In
    Earlier this year Bankroll Fresh dropped off "Walked In" feat. Travis Porter & Street Money Boochie, the lead single off his Life Of A Hot Boy 2: Real Trapper mixtape.
  • Hustla's Holiday
    Hustla's Holiday
    It may be Jeezy's birthday today, but he's the one giving you a gift.
  • Gold Bottles
    Gold Bottles
    It's Sunday, and that means Pastor Young is back with another sermon. "Gold Bottles" is the third release off his upcoming album Church In These Streets. Though he's going deeper with his message on these new tracks, giving them a spiritual aura, that doesn't mean they're not gonna bang -- "Gold Bottles" is no exception.
  • Church In These Streets
    Church In These Streets
    Jeezy's new album is coming November 13th, and he's getting things rolling with a new series called "Sunday Service," where he'll have something new for us once a week, specifically on the Lord's day. After hitting us with the Southside and TM88-produced "God" a few weeks back, the Snowman has returned with a new record that once again calls upon one of Atlanta's most respected producer's, the prolific Zaytoven.
  • God (Remix)
    God (Remix)
    The other day, Pastor Young aka Jeezy, announced a new studio album. The album title has yet to be confirmed, however we do have a release date: November 13th. Jeezy prefaced the album with a letter to his fans, indicating that this album would be on the more political/social-minded side.  The album is being led by the banger of a single, "God." Somehow, Gucci Mane has added an opening verse to the record for a remix. 
  • God
    On the weekend, Jeezy teased fans with a short Instagram video clip, promising something would arrive in two days time. It wasn't clear what we would receive exactly, but obviously it was pertaining to new music of some sort. This morning, the Snowman has followed that up with a message to his fans, and an album announcement.
  • Run The Check Up
    Run The Check Up
    Jeezy may be nowhere near as as influential as he used to be, but once and a while he'll drop a track that reminds everyone that he's still a force on the mic to be reckoned with. "Run The Check Up" is such a track. With an earworm hook ("I just want a check!") and epic horns produced by Childish Major, it sounds like something straight off Thug Motivation 101. In other words, it's a straight banger that'll definitely keep Jeezy fans satisfied for the forseeable future.
  • Keep On Hustlin
    Keep On Hustlin
    Last month, Warren G shared a track that featured the first posthumous Nate Dogg vocals we've heard in quite some time, the "Our House"-interpolating "My House," and today, he's back with another. Also taken from his upcoming Regulate... G Funk Era II EP, "Keep On Hustlin" features Nate, as well as Jeezy and Bun B.
  • Amen (Hudson Mohawke Remix)
    Amen (Hudson Mohawke Remix)
    Pusha T may have released his debut solo album in 2013, but it's not like he didn't already have a couple of projects out under his name already. His 2011 effort, Fear Of God II, was one of the strongest statements, and featured one particularly cool moment in uniting Kanye and Jeezy once again on "Amen".
  • Work
    It's Monday, and as most of get back into the 9-5 work grind, the internet gives us a slew of leaks. These will hopefully get you through the work week. Among the batch of leaks, we get a Jeezy and Offset collaboration. The two collabed recently on Jeezy's surprise Gangsta Party mixtape, so perhaps this is a leftover from that same session.