Let Em Know
Jeezy is now an elite veteran, respected in all circles. One might forget that he was one of the pioneers of trap, a genre that's now being run by the younger folks in his city. Yesterday, Jeezy announced a return to his roots by revealing that his next album would be the third installment in his beloved Trap or Die series.
Run The Check Up
DJ Infamous Feat. Jeezy, Ludacris & Yo Gotti
A Jeezy song called "Run the Check Up" dropped just over a year ago. That one was hosted by Greg Street, appearing on his mixtape, The Vault. Now another ATL power player, DJ Infamous, has shared a new version of "Run the Check Up," featuring Jeezy as well as two other esteemed Southern veterans, Yo Gotti and...LUDA! His explosive presence might be the most enjoyable part of the track, as he boasts about his platinum certs and addresses his DUI.
Fuck The Summer Up
Boo Rossini & Boston George Feat. Jeezy & Young Thug
CTE artists Boo Rossini and Boston George are gearing up for the release of their collaborative project Drug War 3 next month. Thursday afternoon they shared the first single from the project, "Fuck The Summer Up" featuring Jeezy and Young Thug.
Magic City Monday
Jeezy Feat. 2 Chainz & Future
UPDATE: CDQ has been added. In addition, you can now watch Jeezy premiering the massive new anthem at its place of inspiration. The celebration took place this past Monday night. Obviously, the below footage is NSFW. Magic City...what a vital institution to the culture.
Chris Brown Feat. Jeezy & Young Thug
While Beyonce was busy stunning the world with her "Lemonade" special on HBO, a visual album that soon led to the Tidal-only release of Lemonade, her sixth studio album, Chris Brown decided to drop off a new rap remix of his Royalty track "Wrist," which originally featured Texas rapper Solo Lucci. For the remix, Breezy has switched out Lucci for two ATLiens in Jeezy and Young Thug. The track was produced by The Mekanics and Khemasis.
Hustler's Ambition (Remix)
Monica Feat. Jeezy & Akon
Well here’s something that went completely unnoticed earlier in the week. On Tuesday, Monica took to twitter to share a treat for her fans, which happened to be a special remix of her Akon-assisted record “Hustler's Ambition” now featuring a guest verse from Jeezy on it.
Gotta Be A Man
Jeezy dropped his eighth studio album, Church In These Streets at the end of 2015, and since he's been fairly quiet besides some tracks released as promotion for other media. In February, we got "Hit Um," a collaboration with Under Armor, and today, Jeezy has shared "Gotta Be A Man," which arrives as a part of the Saints + Sinners season 1 soundtrack.
Boosie Badazz Feat. Jeezy
Boosie just dropped off Out My Feelings (In My Past) at the beginning of the month -- his second album of 2016, mind you -- and he's now back with two huge new remixes off the new LP. On the first, he brings along a like-minded veteran, Jeezy, to hop on his impassioned ode to "Real N*ggas."
Before the NFC Championship Game vs. Arizona, Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton was escorted onto the field by two legends of Atlanta rap, Future and Jeezy. As Cam gets ready for his first-ever Super Bowl matchup, in which he'll face off against Peyton Manning of the Broncos, both Future and Jeezy have now been a part of promotional content in support of the Atlanta-bred NFL MVP.
Ty Dolla $ign Feat. Jeezy, Juicy J & Diddy
Ty Dolla $ign's "Blasé" is a song that has appreciated with time. This shit just gets more lit with every listen. Now, the song gets an official remix, with Jeezy, Juicy J, & Diddy tapping in for Rae Sremmurd. Diddy introduces some Blue Dot-influenced bars and ill-advised ad-libs to the mix. Ty drops an entirely new verse of his own (!) and it may be better than his original verse. Between Ty, Jeezy, Juicy, and Diddy, who had the best verse?
Jeezy Feat. Nas
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."
2 Chainz Feat. Jeezy
2 Chainz just announced that he's got three projects coming down the pipes, including a joint album with Lil Wayne called Colligrove.
Jeezy Feat. R. Kelly
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
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.
DJ Khaled Feat. Future, Boosie Badazz, Rick Ross & Jeezy
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)
Migos Feat. Jeezy & 2 Chainz
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").
Jeezy Feat. Janelle Monae
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.
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)
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?
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.