Jeezy Videos

  • DJ Infamous Feat. 2 Chainz & Jeezy "Dikembe" Video
    DJ Infamous Feat. 2 Chainz & Jeezy "Dikembe" Video
    Outside of Drake's brilliant string of Louis Williams references on "6 Man," rappers recently seem to be more focused on shouting out the NBA greats of old than the stars of today. What with Post Malone's "White Iverson" (referencing A.I. with the song, and possibly Karl Malone with his name), Don Trip's 2012 song "Allen Iverson" and Kanye West's "middle finger longer than Dikembe" line in "All Day," it seems like the former 76ers point guard and Houston Rockets center are two of the most popular subjects. 
  • T.I. Feat. Jeezy & Watch The Duck "G Shit" Video
    T.I. Feat. Jeezy & Watch The Duck "G Shit" Video
    Revisiting his Paperwork album, T.I. decides to link up with fellow ATLien, Young Jeezy, to shoot the official video for their collab “G Shit”. Taking it back to the prohibition era, Tip and Jeezy dress the part and show off their acting skills in this 13-minute mini movie. According to the director Chris Robinson, the video was 11 months in the making. “We kinda decided early in this process that we were gonna go for story, something that was epic,” said the director.
  • Noisey's Atlanta Documentary (Ep. 3)
    Noisey's Atlanta Documentary (Ep. 3)
    Noisey has released the third instalment in their "Atlanta" doc-series. The third episode picks up at Quality Sound Studios in Atlanta, where Coach K runs the Quality Control label which hosts Migos and affiliates. Coach K explains the origins of trap music, tracing it back to Jeezy's mixtape The Streets Iz Watching in 2004. We also learn more about Gucci Mane and trap producer Zaytoven (whom we hear from directly), as well as the origins of the infamous beef between GuWop and Jeezy.
  • Jeezy Discusses The Possibility Of A Joint Album With T.I.
    Jeezy Discusses The Possibility Of A Joint Album With T.I.
    After he and T.I. discussed the possibility of a joint project in October, Jeezy was asked again about the potential project in a recent interview with Karen Civil. 
  • Jeezy "Black Eskimo" Video
    Jeezy "Black Eskimo" Video
    What defines a Black Eskimo? Is it race, luxurious black fur coats, large amounts of cocaine, a vast collection of ice, calling two Siberian huskies your pets, a black Rolls Royce, or having a squad of women wearing ski masks at your disposal? Well, if Jeezy's new video for "Black Eskimo" is to be believed, it's all of those things.  Shot in front of a stark white backdrop, Jeezy stunts while wearing only black and yellow, sitting in a throne and behind the wheel of a large automobile while rapping evidence of his Snowman status. 
  • DJ Drama Feat. Jeezy, Young Thug & Rich Homie Quan "Right Back" Video
    DJ Drama Feat. Jeezy, Young Thug & Rich Homie Quan "Right Back" Video
    DJ Drama is readying another studio album, and he's got an all-star packed lead single to ignite the hype cycle. The first taste of Quality Street Music 2 is "Right Back", a propulsive new street anthem featuring the Rich Gang duo, Young Thug and Rich Homie Quan, as well as Atlanta's elder statesman, Jeezy.
  • Jeezy Brings Out Jay-Z For "Seen It All" Performance
    Jeezy Brings Out Jay-Z For "Seen It All" Performance
    Power 105's Powerhouse 2014 attendees were given quite the surprise this Thursday when Jay Z made a special appearance alongside Jeezy for a performance of "Seen It All." The second single from Jeezy's album-of-the-same-name, the track dropped on our pages several months ago to reader-acclaim. Considering the busy schedule of both emcees involved, this one is particularly rare to see performed in its entirely with both artists. Those are the benefits of going to a show in Hova's home city, I guess.
  • T.I. & Jeezy Perform "G Shit" On Late Night With Seth Meyers
    T.I. & Jeezy Perform "G Shit" On Late Night With Seth Meyers
    T.I. has been pretty unavoidable these days, as he's been heavy promoting his new album Paperwork, whether it be with hip-hop-oriented interviews like The Breakfast Club and Hot 97, or an appearance on Rachel Ray.
  • Jahlil Beats Lists His Top 10 Singles He Produced
    Jahlil Beats Lists His Top 10 Singles He Produced
    As a producer, Jahlil Beats has had the pleasure of working with everyone from Jeezy to Meek Mill to, most recently, Bobby Shmurda, and has made beats for a number of singles along the way. While he was in our office recently, the Philly-based beatmaker broke down his personal favorites from his arsenal of singles. Watch him count down the top ten above. Cluing us into which songs exceeded his expectations, put him on, and featured performances from rappers that wowed him, Jahlil gives a humble and eye-opening look into his stacked catalog as a producer. 
  • Jeezy Performs "Holy Ghost" On Jimmy Kimmel Live
    Jeezy Performs "Holy Ghost" On Jimmy Kimmel Live
    Jeezy's visited Jimmy Kimmel last night where he was the musical guest and performed a single off his new album Seen It All. The Snowman performed a censored version of "Holy Ghost" for Kimmel's audience, as he continues to promote the new LP. Although the album has had no problem performing well on the charts, debuting at #2 on the Billboard 200 when it dropped.
  • Jeezy, Rick Ross, DJ Mustard & YG “BET Hip-Hop Awards 2014” Vlog
    Jeezy, Rick Ross, DJ Mustard & YG “BET Hip-Hop Awards 2014” Vlog
    When it comes to Atlanta, Jeezy's probably one of your best choices as far as a tour guide goes. After years of plowing the streets and dusting the city's residents with some fresh powder, the Snowman undoubtedly knows the A's best nightclubs. A few years ago at the BET Awards, Jeezy and Rick Ross had a backstage scuffle, but they seem to have patched things up, because Jeezy invited Rozay to go out with him, DJ Mustard and YG. The "My Nigga" team's adventures on that night are catalogued in a new vlog from Revolt TV, which is now available to watch above.
  • Jeezy "Holy Ghost" Video
    Jeezy "Holy Ghost" Video
    Despite all the legal problems, Jeezy put out one of the best albums of his career this month with Seen It All: The Autobiography. A sure highlight on there is "Holy Ghost," a track that went on to get a huge remix courtesy of Kendrick Lamar.
  • Jeezy & Future Perform "No Tears" On Jimmy Fallon
    Jeezy & Future Perform "No Tears" On Jimmy Fallon
    Jeezy and Future paid a visit to Jimmy Fallon's show last night as the musical guest, and performed Jeezy's new record off Seen It All: The Autobiography "No Tears." The two have already teamed up for an official music video for the record, which was beautifully shot in the US Virgin Islands by Eif Rivera.
  • Jeezy Brings Out Bobby Shmurda At "Seen It All" Release Party
    Jeezy Brings Out Bobby Shmurda At "Seen It All" Release Party
    Jeezy is riding high off of the critical success of his brand new album Seen It All (read our favorable review right here), so it only makes sense he spread the shine around a little bit. Bringing out Bobby Shmurda at his album release party in New York, Jeezy gave the Brooklyn local one hell of an outlet to display his talents.
  • Jeezy "Holy Ghost" (Trailer) Video
    Jeezy "Holy Ghost" (Trailer) Video
    Tomorrow marks the release of Jeezy's long-awaited album, Seen It All. The "black eskimo" has already shared videos for album cuts "ME OK" and "No Tears," and now it looks like we'll be getting one for "Holy Ghost" in the very near future. Today CTE World shared a trailer for the video. In the dramatic preview clip, we see Jeezy riding in a black Rolls Royce, looking out the tinted windows at a young boy and an older man. There's also a shot of a police car, which is impossible to miss in the wake of Jeezy's recent arrest for gun possession. 
  • Jeezy Feat. Future "No Tears" Video
    Jeezy Feat. Future "No Tears" Video
    For Jeezy's "No Tears" collaboration with fellow ATLien Future, the two head to St. Thomas in the US Virgin Islands to shoot a visual with director Eif Rivera. We get some beautiful (yet sad) shots of St. Thomas thanks to Rivera, from a bird's eye view looking down on the landscape, to the streets where local kids and teenagers hang. 
  • Freddie Gibbs On Ebro In The Morning
    Freddie Gibbs On Ebro In The Morning
    Jeezy recently paid a visit to Ebro In The Morning and while there discussed some of his past issues with Freddie Gibbs, laying some blame on Gibbs for messing up some of his relationships with other artists, name-dropping Eminem. When Gangsta Gibbs caught wind of the interview, he vowed to visit the New York radio station to give Ebro his side of the story. Today we've got that interview, as Gibbs discusses his former boss' words against him, his "Pinata" collaboration with Madlib, coming out of Gary, Indiana, and more for a 32 minute interview. Watch it all above.
  • Jeezy On Sway In The Morning
    Jeezy On Sway In The Morning
    With Jeezy's Seen It All now less than a month away from its release, the Snow Man paid a visit to Sway In The Morning to discuss the upcoming project, the Illuminati and his storied history of beef. Sway recieved him with reverance, calling Jeezy a "young living legend" and one of the "realest people to make a transition from street life to music life, but still keeping his ties from where he came from."
  • Jeezy "Me OK" Video
    Jeezy "Me OK" Video
    Jeezy assures us he's doing OK in the visuals for his street single "Me OK" off his upcoming album Seen It All: The Autobiography. The new visuals, directed by the Motion Family, takes us to the streets with a big crew surrounding him.
  • Jeezy "Seen It All" Album Trailer
    Jeezy "Seen It All" Album Trailer
    Jeezy's long awaited fifth studio album is due out in September, and while we've already been the giant lead single (featuring a reinvigorated Jay Z), the Snowman has now shared the official trailer for the album. The rapper explains the meaning of the title, which he describes as a statement on all he's persevered through during his career, as a montage of headlines and news footage is shown. The album hits stores September 3rd. Make sure to look out for another single before that happens. What's Jeezy's best album so far? Will "Seen It All" top it?
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