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New Music: Jeezy – ‘Holy Ghost’

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A day after dropping his remix to Bobby Shmurda’s “Hot Ni**a,” Jeezy catches the “Holy Ghost” on one of the tracks off his upcoming album Seen It All: The Autobiography.

The ATL rapper stays thuggin’ in his Rolls-Royce Ghost and repents for his sins (“Please Lord forgive him, you know he got that thug in him”) on the Don Cannon and Lyle LeDuff production.

In addition to releasing his album on September 2, Jeezy is featured on “On Me,” a bonus track off his tourmate Wiz Khalifa’s album Blacc Hollwood.

Ride out with Jizzle.

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New Music: Jeezy – ‘Hot Ni**a (Remix)’

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In anticipation of his upcoming album Seen It All, Jeezy spits flames on a remix to Bobby Shmurda’s “Hot Nigga.” The CTE boss shouts out YG and his “Under the Influence” tourmate Wiz Khalifa (“Me and Wiz sellin’ shit out like it’s Woodstock”), and proclaims his greatness.

“Give Ebro a 100k, you want a co-sign? / Your song feature me, that’s a co-sign / When my new shit drop, it gon’ change the world,” he raps.

Due September 2, Seen It All features Jay Z, Lil Boosie, Future, The Game, Kelly Rowland, and Akon.

Fire it up below.

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New Music: Jeezy f/ Rick Ross & The Game – ‘Beautiful’


Jeezy reteams with Rick Ross and The Game on “Beautiful,” a track off his upcoming album Seen It All: The Autobiography. The fellas toast to the finer things in life including women and cars on the opulent Black Metaphor production.

“If I die, remember me like Don Killuminati / Bury me on the left next to John Gotti,” raps Jeezy.

Due September 2, the album also features appearances from Jay Z, T.I., YG, Lil Boosie, and Future.

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Tracklisting: Jeezy – ‘Seen It All’

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Let it snow. Jeezy assembles an all-star team of talent for his fifth solo album Seen It All: The Autobiography.

Due September 2, the 15-track standard edition includes the singles “Me OK” and the Jay Z-assisted title track, plus appearances from T.I., YG, Rick Ross, The Game, Lil Boosie, and Future, who guests on the upcoming single “No Tears.”

The deluxe contains two additional tracks featuring Kelly Rowland and Akon.

“This is gonna be your bible, this is gonna be your manual,” the Snowman told MTV News of the follow-up to 2011′s TM:103 Hustlerz Ambition. “I’m not gonna tell you that everything gonna be okay, that everything’s gonna be alright, but the moral to the story is never quit, never let up. A win is a win. That’s what this album is about.”

See the guest list below.

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Video: Jeezy – ‘Me OK’


Jeezy takes it back to the trap in the video for his Drumma Boy-produced single “Me OK.” The Atlanta rapper, who’s currently on the road with Wiz Khalifa, rides down Campbellton Road and posts up on the block in the gritty clip, which features a cameo from his fellow ATLiens including Rich Homie Quan.

On September 2, he will release his fifth album Seen It All featuring Jay Z and Future.

Watch Jizzle put on for his city.

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Video: Ne-Yo f/ Jeezy – ‘Money Can’t Buy’


Ne-Yo puts his woman first in the video for “Money Can’t Buy,” the first single off his upcoming album Non-Fiction. From a birthday party to the beach, the R&B gentleman spends quality time with his special lady (played by model Crystal Renay), while Jeezy makes a cameo.

“‘Money Can’t Buy’ is about a woman that represents all those qualities that money can’t buy—integrity, class, style, a woman who knows her worth,” said Ne-Yo during his appearance on “106 & Park.” “I needed the video to kinda represent moments that money can’t buy with a woman that money can’t buy.”

His sixth album Non-Fiction, due this fall, will mark a return to his R&B roots.

“I came on home with this one,” he told “The Breakfast Club.” “This album is 99.999998% R&B, meaning I can’t completely abandon that fanbase ’cause they kept the lights on for a very long time. I still got some stuff that can live in that [pop] world, but there’s so much R&B on this album.”

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Jeezy Addresses Illuminati Album Cover

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Jeezy is not down with the Illuminati. The Atlanta rapper is hitting back at the criticism surrounding the cover art for his album Seen It All: The Autobiography.

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