Aside from Jay-Z, Jeezy’s been everyone’s favorite rapping hustler in the Hip-Hop game for the past decade and change and with his latest album Pressure dropping today the Snowman is back on his grizzly.
Jeezy‘s run in the game began humbly on the streets of the south to major label releases over the course of his long career. The former Atlanta trapper has unveiled his eighth studio album, Pressure, featuring the likes of J. Cole, Kendrick Lamar, 2 Chainz, Puff Daddy and more.
Jeezy just knows what the streets crave and today he comes through with a collaboration for the culture linking up with J. Cole and Kendrick Lamar for the street heater “American Dream.”
The night before Barack and Michelle Obama officially left the White House January 20, it felt like 2008. Not just because people were reminiscing on the year the United States elected its first Black President, but because everywhere you turned people were playing the anthem that went along with that monumental point in history, Jeezy’s […]
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Riding high off the success of his new album Trap Or Die 3, Jeezy stopped by Larry King Now to talk about his role a father and leader in Hip-Hop.
Jeezy has been an open book while promoting his new project Trap Or Die 3. He recently shared his thoughts on Lil Wayne’s “my life matter” comments.
Jeezy is back in Snowman mode and drops his new album, Trap Or Die 3. The previous project in the series were mixtapes, but the hat trick gets a proper retail release.
Jeezy is dropping his new album, Trap Or Die 3, in a week, but some lucky folk got an early listen. Last night (Oct. 20), the “Mr. 17.5” rapper held a listening session for his new album Trap Or Die 3 in Atlanta.