Young Jeezy

Sep
25
Jeezy Performs ‘Holy Ghost’ on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’

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Following his appearance on “The Tonight Show” earlier this month, Jeezy continued his promo tour with a trip out west. Clad in all black, the Atlanta rapper hit the indoor stage on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” on Wednesday to perform his single “Holy Ghost,” for which he recently dropped a video.

His album Seen It All: The Autobiography drops 6-14 in its third week with 22,000 copies sold.

Watch Snow take it to the trap.

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Sep
15
Video: Jeezy – ‘Holy Ghost’

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After giving us the remix with Kendrick Lamar, Jeezy drops the cinematic video for the Don Cannon-produced “Holy Ghost.” The TAJ-directed clip opens with the CTE chief sharing some motivational words with a young’n before he rides through the streets of L.A. in the back of his Rolls-Royce Ghost.

His album Seen It All: The Autobiography debuted at No. 2 last week, selling 121,000 copies.

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Sep
10
Jeezy Lands No. 2 Debut with ‘Seen It All’

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Jeezy is hustling his way back to the top. The Atlanta rapper’s seventh album debuts at No. 2 on the Billboard 200.

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Sep
5
Jeezy and Future Perform ‘No Tears’ on ‘The Tonight Show’

Future and Jeezy

During his promo run this week, Jeezy paid a visit to “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” on Thursday. With some help from a blond Future and The Roots, the Atlanta rapper performed his Mike WiLL Made-It-produced single “No Tears” off his new album Seen It All: The Autobiography, which is expected to sell 95-105,000 copies in its first week.

He started his performance with a shout-out to the late Joan Rivers. “R.I.P. Joan Rivers. One hand in the air for Joan Rivers, ya’ll.”

Watch Jizzle pay tribute to Joan below.

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Sep
4
Jeezy Celebrates Album Release with Remy Ma, Future, & Bobby Shmurda

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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.

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Sep
3
New Music: Jeezy f/ Kendrick Lamar – ‘Holy Ghost (Remix)’

Holy Ghost (Remix)

With his album Seen It All in stores now, Jeezy recruits Kendrick Lamar for the remix to his Don Cannon-produced single “Holy Ghost.” The TDE rapper lets it burn like Usher on his smoking verse.

“This black on black is a blessing / Black on black crime on my weapon / I protect mine on my momma nem / These are my Usher confessions / Let it burn,” he raps.

Jeezy’s album is expected to sell 90-100,000 copies in its first week.

Hear K-Dot set it off and watch the “Holy Ghost” trailer below.

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Sep
2
Jeezy Opens Up About Arrest on ‘The Breakfast Club’

Jeezy and The Breakfast Club

With his new album Seen It All: The Autobiography in stores today, Jeezy caught up with “The Breakfast Club” in his hometown of Atlanta. In his first interview since his arrest for gun possession, the Snowman opened up about the incident that occurred before his August 24 concert in Irvine, Calif.

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