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
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
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
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 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'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?
Ne-Yo Feat. Jeezy "Money Can't Buy" Video
Ne-Yo Feat. Jeezy
Ne-Yo's latest hit single "Money Can't Buy" finally gets the video treatment that only money can buy. Featuring Jeezy, the down-played visuals predominantly feature our two headliners performing in front of a beije backdrop with intermittent cuts to Ne-Yo with a beautiful girl who apparently likes to laugh at just about everything. Is "Money Can't Buy" the Ne-Yo single that will return the singer/songwriter to the top of the R&B game? Share your thoughts in the comments.
Jeezy Brings Out Rich Homie Quan At "Under The Influence" Tour
One of the great things about touring with a bunch of rappers is that bring someone on stage is pretty easy. Jeezy took advantage of the situation at the Camden date of "Under The Influence", calling upon fellow ATLien Rich Homie Quan to join him for "My Nigga".
BTS Of Ne-Yo & Jeezy's "Money Can't Buy" Video
Ne-Yo Feat. Jeezy
Before the official video arrives, Ne-Yo gives fans a quick behind the scenes look at his upcoming video for "Money Can't Buy" featuring Jeezy. Talking about the theme of the video, Ne-Yo was quoted stating the following in this clip, “We want those moments that money can’t buy. So it’s not about going to the most expensive place or most glamorous place whatever the case might be. It’s just about moving around with somebody, enjoying that person’s company and just having a good time. It’s the moments and people, everything else….trivial.”
Behind-the-Scenes of Jeezy's "Me Okay" Video
Jeezy takes us behind the scenes of his brand new video shoot for "Me Okay." The first single off of the Atlanta rapper's Seen It All LP, the song has yet to place on the Billboard Hot 100. The video, then, may be just the nudge needed to secure Jeezy another hit. Shot in front of the famous JJ's Rib Shack on Campbellton Road in Atlanta, Georgia, the video finds Jeezy bringing out the entire block out to participate in the festivities. T.I. also makes a guest appearance.
Jeezy On "The Truth" With Elliott Wilson
Rap Radar’s Elliot Wilson is back with another episode of his interview segment “The Truth”. Last week, we saw Common dissect his tenth studio album, Nobodys Smiling, and today we see Jeezy hit the NYC streets to talk about his.
Slim 400 "In My Hood" Video
Today HNHH is pleased to bring you Keepin It 400, a mixtape by Pushaz Ink artist Slim 400. Accompanying the tape is the video for the song "In My Hood," which is also premiering today.
Jeezy Meets Jay Bilas
ESPN college basketball analyst Jay Bilas is a huge Young Jeezy fan and is often caught quoting Jeezy lyrics on his Twitter account. Well thanks to Vibe Magazine, Jay thought he was doing a few drops for the magazine when walked in Young Jeezy and surprised the basketball analyst in a great way. The two ended up talking for a few minutes and shared their admiration for each other’s work. If you’re a NCAA guy, or Bilas fan, than this is a must watch. Check it out above.
Ca$h Out Talks Epic Records, Jeezy, Doughboyz Cashout And More
Atlanta, Georgia representative Ca$h Out dropped by Power 105.1's The Breakfast Club earlier this morning for a faded conversation with hosts Charlamagne Tha God, Angela Yee and DJ Envy, during which they discussed his departure from Epic Records, the label's promotional shortcomings, his shifting fan base, being in the studio with Jeezy, the confusion between himself and Doughboyz Cashout, and much more.
Freddie Gibbs On The Breakfast Club
Freddie Gibbs stays busy in the rap game, following the release of the highly anticipated Pinata project with Madlib, the rapper is quickly returning with a collaborative effort with The World's Freshest for The Tonite Show.
Freddie Gibbs Interviewed By Elliott Wilson
Elliott Wilson traveled to L.A. to speak with Freddie Gibbs for another episode of his "The Truth" series on Jay Z's Life+Times website. The pair talked about Gibbs' recent album with Madlib, Piñata, as well as his beef with Jeezy and relationship with Erica Dickerson, daughter of former football star Eric Dickerson. Wilson asked Gibbs where he sees himself in the 2014 rap game, and Gibbs boldly responded, "When you talk about the top five guys who flat out rap the best, I think you definitely gotta put me in that conversation."
Doughboyz Cashout "Rich Nigga Nation" Video
The Detroit centered artists of Jeezy's CTE posse, Doughboyz Cashout, head to the annals of New York City for their latest music vid for the track, "Rich Nigga Nation." The song can be found off their latest release, We Run The City 4, which can be found here.
YG Feat. Young Jeezy & DJ Mustard 'Who Do You Love?' / 'My Nigga' Live On Jimmy Kimmel" Video
YG Feat. Jeezy & DJ Mustard
YG, Young Jeezy and DJ Mustard recently made appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live, performing the hits "Who Do You Love?", "My Nigga" and "I Just Wanna Party" in front of an enormous red Bompton cap that doubled as Mustard's DJ booth.
Freddie Gibbs Premieres Jeezy Diss Record During Live Show
Freddie Gibbs and producer Madlib are almost ready to deliver their long-awaited Pinata project, come March 18th. The rapper took the stage on March 7th in Chicago, and he decided to premiere a track off the forthcoming project, which happens to be a diss record towards his former label head/affiliate Jeezy.
Rick Ross Feat. Young Jeezy "War Ready" Video
Rick Ross Feat. Jeezy
We've been teased with snippets and stills, but the official music video for the song that heralded an alliance between the former rap enemies, Rozay and Jeezy, is now within our grasp. Be prepared to see Ross and Jeezy rapping together in this creepy, stylized video, shot in a very (very) wide aspect ratio. The visuals come to us courtesy of World Star Hip-Hop, and the video comes in a style familiar to those visuals that we often see when coming from World Star.