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.
There She Goes
Bando Jonez Feat. Jeezy
After making his HNHH debut a couple weeks ago for his remix to “Sex You” featuring Twista, B.o.B., & T-Pain, Zone 4 crooner, Bando Jonez, is back again with a new song titled “There She Goes” featuring fellow ATLien Jeezy. The new cut gives Jonez room to show off his singing talent for new listeners, while Jeezy gives it that street cred with some raunchy bars of his own. This bedroom cut is pretty smooth y'all.
Seen It All
Jeezy Feat. Jay Z
After announcing that his fifth studio album, Seen It All, would be dropping on September 2nd, Jeezy wastes little time in releasing the follow up to his first single "Me OK". Kicking the album campaign up a notch, Jeezy calls on his old friend & collaborator, Jay Z, for the album's title track "Seen It All".
Stak5 (Stephen Jackson) Feat. T.I., Jeezy & Rocko
Stak5 is known to most as former NBA player Stephen Jackson. The one-time baller is now trying his hand at a different game, giving rap a serious try, recruiting some huge names for his newest single, "Gumbo".
Money Can't Buy
Ne-Yo Feat. Jeezy
Aside from his 3 Simple Rules project back on Valentines Day, Ne-Yo has been flying quietly under the radar this year. Working on his 6th studio album titled Non Fiction, the R&B crooner breaks his hiatus today and decides to release the first single off the album titled “Money Can’t Buy” featuring Jeezy.
Jeezy is ready to take over the Summer. Today, the Snowman decided to heat the streets up with a new banger called "Me OK". The Snowman, who is SVP of A&R at Atlantic Records, tackles this hard-hittin' production from Drumma Boy and once again throws shots at his longtime label Def Jam. This is a certified street banger right here fam. Check it out for yourself, and let us know what ya think! Does Jeezy deliver on this one? His new album coming soon.
DJ Mustard Feat. YG, Jeezy & Que
Earlier today we provided you with a Power 106 radio rip of DJ Mustard's first single off his forthcoming debut album, "Vato", featuring YG, Jeezy and Que. Now Mustard follows up by giving HotNewHipHop the CDQ/Mastered/Dirty version of the banger. The record has an undeniable DJ Mustard sound with a bouncy beat while his frequent collaborator YG handles the hook and spits a verse, and two ATLiens Jeezy and Que also drop some bars.
DJ Mustard Feat. YG, Jeezy & Que
DJ Mustard has been the producer behind countless hits this past year, as he drives the distinct West Coast sound to all coasts. One of the West Coast rappers he's worked with closely during his rise to fame is YG, who will release his debut album My Krazy Life on March 18th.
Real (Jeezy Diss)
Freddie Gibbs & Madlib
Gangsta Gibbs didn't hold back when he first parted way with Jeezy's CTE label and went on to do his own thing. The rapper called out Jeezy multiple times for being a fake industry cat.
War Ready (Remix)
Rick Ross and Jeezy put past beef behind them to record a collaboration for Rozay's forthcoming Mastermind LP, "War Ready." It's a good look for hip-hop as a whole. Now another rapper who's got Jeezy beef, Gucci Mane, has decided to join the "War Ready" line up for a remix. This begs the question, will GuWop and Jeezy ever squash their beef?
OG Bobby Johnson (Remix)
Que Feat. T.I. & Jeezy
Que's "OG Bobby Johnson" has got his name a lot of buzz in 2013, and that'll be continuing on to 2014 with a new ATL mix of the track, featuring two of the biggest Atlanta rappers, T.I. and Jeezy. "OG Bobby Johnson" has been in constant rotation on the blogs as plenty of MCs have made their own versions of the track whether it be freestyles or remixes.
Rick Ross Feat. Jeezy
A little while back if someone told us that Rick Ross would drop a track with Young Jeezy, we would have thought you crazy. Like institutional-level crazy. However Jeezy and Rick Ross have set aside their beef and bring us "War Ready," with production on behalf of Mike WiLL Made It. This is just one of the tracks released recently from Rick Ross making the already palpable excitement for Mastermind even more noticeable.
Trey Songz Feat. Jeezy
We've still got the Trey Songz' DJ Mustard-produced "NaNa" in rotation (as does the radio), but Trigga returns today with a new single/collaboration, enlisting Jeezy for a guest verse. We'll also see Jeezy pop up later today with a guest verse on another track, Rick Ross' "War Ready."
Want Me Dead
Wink Loc Feat. Jeezy & Jigg
New York's Wink Loc is among Jeezy's recent CTE World signees, apparently linking up with the Snowman on Twitter. Loc grabs a verse from the ATL superstar on his new track, "Want Me Dead," which is also blessed with a new beat from the increasingly elusive T-Minus. Quotable lyrics: "Birdman told me 'fuck 'em Young, keep it movin'/ So when you see me doin' me, that's what the fuck I'm doin'/ I'd rather take advice from a wealthy nigga/ Then entertain broke shit, that ain't healthy nigga"- Jeezy
Make It Home
August Alsina Feat. Jeezy
Following a big year in 2013, Def Jam singer August Alsina kicks off 2014 with a new single featuring Jeezy. The singer is prepping his debut album on the label titled TESTIMONY for April 15th. April 15th has personal significance for August, as it was the day his older brother was gunned down in New Orleans in 2010, a murder which remains unsolved. August details his struggle and hustle on the new cut, with production from The Featherstones. Quotable Lyrics
Which 1 U Workin
Rocko Feat. Jeezy
Rocko teams up with Jeezy yet again following the latter's "Benihani" for a new single "Which 1 U Workin." Jeezy borrows that "Versace" flow. Rocko's gearing up for a new mixtape in 2014, Expect The Unexpected. How's this collabo sound? Production comes from Ferrari Smash. Quotable Lyrics
Fabolous Feat. Jeezy
Fabolous dropped his Soul Tape 3 mixtape on Christmas, which had its share of highlights, this collab with Jeezy being one of them.Keeping with the formula, Vinylz and Boi-1da turn in a soul-sampling beat, but of course it knocks a little harder than most. How do y'all feel about this collabo? And how does this compare to Fabolous's previous work?