Jeezy Celebrates Album Release with Remy Ma, Future, & Bobby Shmurda

It was a chilly night in Manhattan on Wednesday as Jeezy celebrated the release of his new album Seen It All: The Autobiography. The Snowman was joined by some of his famous friends and even made it snow during the star-studded concert at Stage 48.

“If you’ve been riding with me since the beginning, we gon’ take a motherfu**in’ journey,” he told the crowd. “We still standing here, standing tall, and that’s why we seen it all.”

He then launched into “Soul Survivor” with Akon and brought out Future for “Move That Dope” and their new collaboration “No Tears.”

Remy Ma stormed the stage for “Whuteva” and her remix to DJ Khaled’s “They Don’t Love You No More.”

“10 years ago today, this song right here was No. 1 in the country,” she said before performing “Lean Back.”

Bobby Shmurda hit the stage with his New York anthem “Hot Ni**a,” and several members of G-Unit were also spotted backstage.

Watch highlights from the celebration below.