CTE World

Jeezy is making moves to cement his CTE World label empire. The Atlanta rapper recently appointed Boo Gotti the President of his label and officially added Boston George to its roster. 

Jeezy drops a video for “Black Eskimo,” one of the stronger cuts off of his Seen It All album. 

Jeezy exceeded first week sales expectations with his Seen It All: The Autobiography album. The rapper promoted the album last night by gracing the Jimmy Kimmel Live! stage with a live performance of his new single “Holy Ghost.”

Jeezy drops the official video for “Holy Ghost,” one of the better joints on his just released new album Seen It All: The Autobiography.

It’s looking like the Snowman is in the clear. The AK-47 assault rifle that landed Jeezy and his associates in jail actually belongs to his head of security, who at the time was in the hospital.

Needless to say Jeezy is pulling out all the stops for the release of his new album, Seen It All. The Snowman drops an updated version of “Holy Ghost” which features Kendrick Lamar.

The Snowman may have just ducked a major snag in his  album promotion plans. Jeezy and the five men he was arrested with have pled not guilty to gun possession. 

Jeezy was apprehended by police yesterday for gun possession in California, but with his album, Seen It All: The Autobiography, set to release on September 2, the show clearly doesn’t stop. Here’s a full stream of the Atlanta rapper’s LP to prove it.

Add Young Jeezy to the long list of rappers with horribly bad timing when it comes to being arrested. The Atlanta rapper was pinched after a search of his tour bus by authorities turned up an assault rifle.

Jeezy is rolling out his upcoming album, Seen It All: The Autobiography, rather seamlessly. After an appearance on The Combat Jack Show, the CTE World rapper debuts a visual for his Future-assisted track, “No Tears.”

The streets are talking about Jeezy’s upcoming Seen It All: The Autobiography album, from which he debuts track five “Holy Ghost.”

Just about everyone else has had a go over Bobby Shmurda’s hit, so why not Jeezy, too? The Snowman drops a “Hot Ni**a (Remix).”