YG just released his debut album today, and the sales projections for the project are already in. My Krazy Life, which was released on Def Jam, is expected to do reasonable numbers this week, predicted to move about 45-55,000 units.
Freddie Gibbs has distanced himself from Jeezy a lot over the course of the past year, after the two had a falling out and Gibbs left the CTE label. While Jeezy remained relatively quiet about what went down, Gibbs was quite vocal about his beef with Jeezy and didn't hesitate to call out the Snowman.
While the newly-named Jeezy has been fairly active in the last little while, it's been a minute since we've got a full-length project from the snowman. Fans will be happy to know that Jeezy is preparing his fourth studio album, which a new trailer insists is "coming soon".
Freddie Gibbs has recently opened up about his split with Young Jeezy and his CTE label. After a long period of remaining uncharacteristically tight-lipped about the situation, Gibbs is now making up for it by bashing Jeezy every chance he gets.
Early in the year it was announced that Young Jeezy would be executive producing YG's Welcome To Bompton album, and now the two have taken their business relationship to the next level. As reported by BET, it seems Jeezy has signed the Compton emcee to his CTE Worldwide imprint.
Freddie Gibbs parted ways from Young Jeezy's CTE label last year, following rumors that the two may be ending their affiliation. At first, it seemed like Gangsta Gibbs was keeping his mouth shut about the split, saying only that it was a mutual business decision.
Detroit supergroup Doughboyz Cashout have officially signed on with Young Jeezy's Atlanta-based Corporate Thugz Entertainment imprint, which operates under Atalantic Records, for whom Jeezy is a senior VP A&R. Former signees include Blood Raw and Freddie Gibbs.