Jeezy Feat. Janelle Monae "Sweet Life" Video
Jeezy Feat. Janelle Monae
Today we’ve got visuals from one of the smoother tracks on Jeezy’s album “No Church in These Streets,” which dropped in November of 2015. The track features the talented Janelle Monae crooning on the hook.
2 Chainz Feat. Jeezy "BFF (Remix)" Video
2 Chainz Feat. Jeezy
2 Chainz's Zaytoven-produced cut "BFF," which originally appeared on his Trapavelli Tre mixtape, received an official remix by Jeezy two months later. This morning Tity Boi returns to the remix with an official music video for it.
Jeezy "Knob Broke" Video
He may have just dropped a new album last week, Church In These Streets, but rather than give us a visual off that project, today Jeezy opts for a little dose of #FlashbackFriday with a music video for "Knob Broke." As fans of the Snowman, or Pastor Young as he's going by these days, probably know this record first appeared on Jeezy's It's Tha World mixtape back in 2012. The Jahlil Beats-produced banger still goes though.
Jeezy Performs "Sweet Life" On The Late Late Show
Jeezy has been running the media gauntlet promoting his new album Church in These Streets, which dropped on Friday. Last night he swung by The Late Late Show, hosted by affable Brit James Corden, to perform "Sweet Life" backed by his live band, which is only right given the gospel-ish nature of the album.
Video Recap Of Jeezy's "Church In These Streets" Album Release Party
Last night, Jeezy came through NYC for the official release party of his new album, Church in These Streets. He performed the album in its entirety for the first time, and as you can see from the new behind-the-scenes footage from the event, Jeezy is a "God" in the Big Apple much like he is in his home hood in Macon, GA.
Jeezy "Church In These Streets" Video
Jeezy has released about 10 videos in November alone in anticipation of Church in These Streets.
Jeezy On The Breakfast Club & Ebro In The Morning
Jeezy is currently wrapping up is media tour promoting his long-awaited album Church In These Streets, which dropped this morning. (In the word of one commenter, CITS>TITS.) He stopped by The Breakfast Club at Power 105.1 to chop it up with Charlamagne tha God and company before heading to Power 105 rival Hot 97 for an appearance on Ebro in the Morning.
Jeezy "Round Here" Video
Jeezy's Politically Correct EP sort of flew under the radar when it dropped earlier this year, but the rapper has made sure to give the project the attention it deserves by dropping multiple videos for tracks from the effort. In fact, he's been dropping new shit every day of November leading up to the release of his new studio album Church In These Streets, which impacts this Friday, November 13th. It'll be doing up against Ty Dolla $ign, Logic, and Bieber, on the charts. Think it has a chance of coming out on top? Which LP are you most excited for?
Jeezy "Hustlaz Holiday" Video
Jeezy's new album Church In These Streets is out this Friday, and his 2 week long binge of content is coming to a close. After sharing many music videos, a documentary, and much more since November 1st, he's dropped the "Hustlaz Holiday" video today. The song is set to appear on the project, and features a soulful hook provided by Pastor Young himself (and assisted by an unnamed female vocalist). The clip is a pretty simple one, with Jeezy delivering his verses through a spotlight, in a blue-lit room reminiscent of the club in Usher's "Yeah" video. Y'all excited for the new album?
Jeezy "Change The World" Video
Ahead of his eighth studio album Church In These Streets, Jeezy dropped a solid 5-track EP called Politically Correct. He's been dropping a new piece of content every day of November so far, and today that trend continues with the video for a highlight from the EP, "Change The World". Like the rest of the project, the record is a triumphant, politically-charged anthem.
Jeezy "Where I'm From" Video
Jeezy has been one of the busiest guys in the game lately. Most every Sunday, as part of his weekly "Sunday Services," he's been dropping off new material off his upcoming album, Church in These Streets. In addition, a few weeks ago, he surprised fans with a 5-track EP produced by D. Rich, Politically Correct, released in honor of the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March. On this Sunday, Jeezy has shared the video to one of the EP's standout tracks, "Where I'm From."
Watch Jeezy's "TM:101" 10-Year Anniversary Documentary
Jeezy promised to deliver a new piece of content every day of November until his album drops on the 13th, and so far he's kept up his end of the deal. After sharing a few music videos, he's now shared a short documentary, which centres around his 2005 debut TM:101, which celebrated its 10th anniversary this year. The clip follows him as he prepares for and performs an anniversary concert to celebrate the event.
Jeezy "Talking" Video
Jeezy is putting out an incredible amount of music right now.
Jeezy "Streets" Video
Jeezy is on a mission, giving us a new release each day as we lead up to his album release for the political and social-minded project Church In These Streets. The new visuals he's dropping are for freebies that won't appear on the album, though.
Jeezy "Nov. 13th Freestyle" Video
Jeezy's new album Church In These Streets is coming November 13th, and to build hype for the release, the rapper is releasing a new piece of content -- whether it be a song, video or whatever else -- every day of November until the album is upon us. After giving us the "Gold Bottles" video yesterday, he's now shared the clip for "Nov. 13th Freestyle," a Cassius Jay-produced track that recalls the glossy live instrumentation of JUSTICE League.
Jeezy "Gold Bottles" Video
Jeezy's Church In These Streets drops in a couple of weeks, where it will go head-to-head with both Justin Bieber's Purpose and Ty Dolla $ign's Free TC. It's gotta be one of the biggest release weeks of the year so far, and Jeezy is aware he has to come hard, so he's dropped off the stylish desert-set clip for his single "Gold Bottles" today.
Jeezy & DJ Whoo Kid Speak On "Church In These Streets" & Million Man March
As he prepares to release his sixth studio album, Church in These Streets, Jeezy sat down with his good friend DJ Whoo Kid to discuss his storied career and his path to developing the inspirational, political message he's shared on many of his recent tracks. Jeezy starts by reminiscing about some of his classic mixtapes and tracks, including "Soul Survivor," which is still a staple on his current tour. Whoo Kid then asks Jeezy how he got to meet Minister Farrakhan, with whom he stood by at the recent Justice Or Else march in Washington, D.C.
Jeezy "Seen It All Live" Video
We won't get a new Jeezy single for this week's #SundaySermon; instead, Pastor Young has shared a short documentary to get fans pumped for his upcoming "Church in These Streets" tour and album. The video is a recap of last year's "Seen It All" tour, which Jeezy says was his best tour yet. Judging by the goosebump-inducing footage, we believe him. Jeezy's upcoming tour kicks off in NYC on November 12, the night before he's planning on releasing Church in These Streets. "Church in These Streets" Concert Dates:
Jeezy Talks Politics, Upcoming Album & More On Ebro In The Morning
To promote his new EP Politically Correct, and his many other releases & upcoming album, Jeezy made his way by the Hot 97 studio to chop it up with the gang from Ebro in the morning.
Jeezy Discusses Obama's Legacy, Racial Progress On The Nightly Show
Since premiering in January, The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore has been angling to develop a young, hip-hop savvy audience by inviting such rappers as The Game, Joey Bada$$, Mac Miller, and Big KRIT to discuss political issues.