Love Em All (Remix)
K. Michelle Feat. Jeezy
To promote her sophomore album, Anybody Wanna Buy A Heart?, K. Michelle decides to recruit Young Jeezy for a new verse on her remix to “Love Em All”.
Seen It All (Freestyle)
In the past, Spenzo's entertained us with freestyles over "Type Of Way," "OG Bobby Johnson" and "The Devil Is A Lie," and now he comes back with a new one over Jeezy's Cardo-produced banger, "Seen It All." Rapping over the obscure Japanese sample that fuels the track, Spenzo spits with ferocity, making every second of the less than two minute long track count. Now you can correct me in the comments section if I'm wrong, but I think there's been some additional percussion added here, with trappy hi-hats thrown on top of the drum-less Cardo instrumental.
Tinashe Feat. Jeezy
Tinashe's romantic Aquarius cut "Pretend" originally featured A$AP Rocky in the "not dating you, but I want to be" role, but now he's been replaced by another, substantially different, rapper on the remix. Jeezy's hopped on the track.
Handling My Business
Fresh off the release of his Paperwork album, the Kang of the South returns today with a little freestyle on "Handling My Business." The instrumental was originally used by fellow Southern rapper Jeezy on "Enough" off his new album Seen It All. Who do you think uses the Kenoe-produced beat better?
Jeezy Feat. Beenie Man & Ty Dolla $ign
Well this is a nice surprise. Just a few days after announcing his plans to release a collaborative album with T.I., Jeezy is back with a fresh new freebie for the clubs. "Link Up" finds the Snowman linking up with a few "real ones," namely Beenie Man and Ty Dolla $ign, over a bouncy instrumental from 2014 "it" producer DJ Mustard. This one can be found on Baby Yu's new mixtape The Rebirth. The tape is otherwise composed entirely of Jeezy remixes. Check it out here.
About The Money (Remix)
T.I. Feat. Young Thug, Lil Wayne & Jeezy
Tip and the official Grand Hustle DJ, DJ MLK, have given DJ Whoo Kid the green light to let go the official remix of T.I.'s lead Paperwork single "About The Money." The original cut featured Young Thugga, but now we've got Lil Wayne and Jeezy thrown into the mix.
DJ Infamous Feat. 2 Chainz & Jeezy
DJ Infamous continues to bring us collaborations, with his latest pairing up Jeezy and Tity Boi for "Dikembe." In July he teamed Big K.R.I.T. with Yo Gotti for "Somethin' Right." As you might have guessed, "Dikembe" finds Jeezy and Chainz comparing themselves to the basketball Dikembe Mutombo, who is knowing for blocking shots. Thus, on this trap-fueled banger, Chainz says "I got me more blocks than Dikembe."
Black On Black
The Game Feat. Jeezy & Kevin Gates
The Game is getting ready to release his Year Of The Wolf album on October 14th, but before that arrives, we’ve got another leak for y'all tonight that’s surfaced online titled “Black On Black”, featuring Jeezy and Kevin Gates.
The Body Bag (Freestyle)
Shawnna first broke onto the scene as one of Ludacris' most promising Disturbing The Peace artists. Her scene-stealing feature on "What's Your Fantasy" was her first big moment, but she followed that with two solid albums, and the certified smash, "Gettin' Some".
DJ Drama Feat. Young Thug, Jeezy & Rich Homie Quan
It looks like DJ Drama is gearing up for a new album, as he sends us over a new single to premiere this afternoon. The lead single from his upcoming effort, "Right Back," enlists Young Thug for the hook, and Rich Homie Quan and Jeezy for verses. You may recognize the production as Teyana Taylor used it for her "Dreams Of Fuckin An R&B Bitch" record which we posted last night.
Holy Ghost (Remix)
Jeezy Feat. Kendrick Lamar
Two new tracks from Kendrick Lamar in one day?! After Flying Lotus unleashed his collabo with the TDE rapper this morning, K. Dot has just hopped on Jeezy's "Holy Ghost," giving us the hip-hop equivalent of lightning striking twice.
Jeezy Feat. T.I. & YG
Jeezy's new album Seen It All: The Autobiography hit stores and the world wide web today, and with that the album's bonus records for the Best Buy edition of the album have surfaced online. One such bonus cuts via NahRight finds Jeezy connecting with fellow ATLien T.I. as well as his CTE signee YG on "Addicted."
And Then What
Jeezy Feat. Mannie Fresh
Jeezy is about to drop his 5th studio album, Seen It All, next week, but it doesn't seem that long ago when he burst onto the scene with his debut, TM101: Thug Motivation. While the project had plenty of memorable moments, "And Then What" was particularly special, giving Jeezy the rare honor of working with Southern rap legend Mannie Fresh.
Me OK (Freestyle)
Jeezy just made his new album available for free stream, and not long after Brianna Perry has come through with a new freestyle over early single, "Me OK". While the Snowman applied his tried-and-tru ad-lib heavy rasp to the track, Brianna has chosen a more pointed double time approach. She makes the instrumental her own, building more anticipation for her upcoming debut album. About a month back, the quick-tongued rapper dropped off a more warmly melodic jam with "I'm That B.I.T.C.H.".
Jeezy’s Tuesday takeover is in full effect. After hearing his verse on Wiz Khalifa’s “On Me” record, as well as his own remix to Bobby Shmurda’s “Hot Nigga”, Jeezy decides to end the day with yet another new song for the masses titled “Holy Ghost”.
Hot Nigga (Freestyle)
Young Jeezy has just come through with a new track that's equal parts "Hot Nigga" freestyle and advertisement for Seen It All, the Snow Man's upcoming album that's due out on September 2nd. Even if you didn't read that sentence, there's no way you'll forget that release date after listening to this freestyle, as Jeezy takes care to mention it several times. Even when he's in prime promo mode, the ATL veteran proves he still has bars for days, interpolating a few Shmurda lines to great effect and coming up with a few barbs of his own.
Wiz Khalifa Feat. Jeezy
Wiz Khalifa's Blacc Hollywood finally hits stores today, and while the project has been streaming for about a week now, the Target bonus tracks have just now become available. Of the three new joints, two are pulled from Khalifa's recent 28 Grams mixtape, while the third is a collaboration from Atlanta's own, Jeezy.
Paid In Full
Slicc Pulla Feat. Jeezy
We heard from Jeezy's CTE signee Slicc Pulla pretty recently, as he was featured on Berner's "Check Talk." Today the rapper returns with his bawse Jeezy on the record "Paid In Full." Taking their name from the classic gangster flick, the ATLiens kick some bars about their racks on racks on racks. The very smooth production comes from V12 The Hitman. The song will end up on Slicc Pulla's upcoming EP 4WDII, which is coming soon.
Jeezy Feat. The Game & Rick Ross
Yesterday Jeezy unveiled the tracklist for his upcoming album Seen It All: The Autobiography which is dropping on September 2nd. With Jay Z appearing on the first single "Seen It All", we can also expect appearances from Akon, T.I., YG, Lil Boosie, Future and more. This morning the Snowman decides to release the Rick Ross & Game-featured "Beautiful" on his Soundcloud.
Me OK (WopMix)
Gucci Mane Feat. Jeezy
Whoever's currently releasing Gucci Mane's music deserves an award of some kind (I know there certainly "ain't no award for that," but let's get one made). In addition to a "July takeover" and more solo tapes on the way, Mr. La Flare just popped up on a "WopMix" of Jeezy's "Me OK," produced by his longtime collaborator Drumma Boy.