Jeezy will deliver his fifth Def Jam album, Seen It All: The Autobiography, on September 2. In support of his long-awaited body of work, he returns with a visual for the leading single “Me OK.”
This year’s Thanksgiving comes with an audible feast from Jeezy and his CTE clique. The bundle, titled It’s Tha World 2, is a tight eight track EP and the first project to release since the Atlanta rapper joined the Roc Nation family.
Jeezy puts on for his city. No, really; the Grammy nominated rapper recently gave back to the Atlanta community by feeding over 200 homeless men.
How did we not see this coming? Jeezy was vocal about his displeasure with his label Def Jam a week ago, and today, he shared plans for his CTE clique that don’t involve the only place he’s called home.
Jeezy is in the kitchen, but there isn’t a single slab of beef in sight on his new track, “Benihana.” Instead, the CTE frontman kicks his patented chicken talk with the help of Atlanta heavy-hitters 2 Chainz and Rocko.
Jeezy is clearly getting back into the swing of things. Following a few guest appearances on tracks by new CTE recruits YG and Doughboyz Cashout, he makes it a trifecta with a cut of his own called “Foul Play.”
Over the weekend, your favorite rapper’s favorite trapper, Jeezy, celebrated his 36th birthday in Atlanta, Ga. at an exclusive dinner party. This all went down during BET Hip-Hop Awards weekend, so a list of noteworthy industry figures came out to show support.
Freddie Gibbs isn’t letting up on his verbal assault on former boss Young Jeezy. Following a very candid interview with XXL on the matter, the Gary, Ind. rapper sat with MTV to further discuss why he parted ways with the Snowman’s CTE imprint.
Early on, Freddie Gibbs chose to be politically correct when discussing his departure from Young Jeezy’s CTE imprint. Most assumed that there was more to the story, though. In recent months, the Indiana rapper’s words on the situation became more aggressive, but things recently came to a head in a candid sit down with XXL‘s […]
As promised, Young Jeezy delivers a free EP called #Itstheworld. Consider this a step into the future for his CTE World label.
Freddie Gibbs unexpectedly left Young Jeezy’s record label, Corporate Thugz Entertainment last year shortly before dropping his critically acclaimed project, Baby Face Killa.
Scrilla took to Twitter earlier this morning to announce that he is no longer a part of the CTE fold. “I want to take the time to say its been a learning experience working with CTE. No hard feelings but its time for me to do me,” said the Atlanta rapper. In the same breath, Scrilla released […]
Freddie Gibbs is currently promoting his Baby Faced Killer mixtape, but that didn’t stop him from re-releasing his previous effort, Cold Day In Hell, on iTunes. The reworked tape noticeably swaps out the Jeezy-assisted “Sittin’ Low” for Gangsta Gibbs’ take on Jay-Z’s “Where Have You Been,” but this isn’t surprising considering the MC’s recent circumstances.
Freddie Gibbs is no longer down with Young Jeezy’s CTE World imprint, but the label still found a new place to call home. CTE is being distributed by Atlantic Records, opening the door for Jeezy to drop compilation releases via the label.
Free Gibbs is a free agent— allegedly. The rapper hasn’t been signed to Young Jeezy’s CTE for super long, but it looks like that business relationship has ended.
Freddie Gibbs recently announced the release date for his highly anticipated album, Baby Face Killa. Slated for September 25th, with DJ Drama, Baby Face Killa will be released for free, with a retail No-DJ version available soon after under his new label, ESGN. “ESGN is me. If you’re in it, you know what it’s all about. […]
If you are a successful rapper, keep a good lawyer on speed dial. A former business partner is suing Young Jeezy and his Def Jam record label. In a lawsuit filed in Atlanta’s Fulton County Superior Court, Demetrius Ellerbee aka Kinky B claims that he co-founded Jeezy’s label, Corporate Thugz Entertainment (CTE) with the trap rapper back in […]
Young Jeezy was one of the man people attempting to sign rapper Chief Keef, and even though he missed out on the opportunity, he’s still congratulating the teenager. Keef signed to Interscope records last month, effectively turning down potential offers from the CTE label head and Cash Money’s Birdman. Just before the start if the […]
More footage from the Hot 107.9’s 17th annual Birthday Bash pours in. This time around, we have visuals of Young Jeezy gracing his city with a performance of “Fawk the City Up” with T.I. The Snowman also surprised attendees by bringing out Interscope’s latest signee, Chief Keef to perform his breakout hit “I Don’t Like.” Needless […]