Young Jeezy

New Music: Jeezy – ‘Me OK’


It may be spring, but the forecast is looking like Snow. Jeezy feeds the streets with his new Drumma Boy-produced record “Me OK.” The Snowman, who is SVP of A&R at Atlantic Records, threatens to leave his longtime label Def Jam, who he called out on Twitter last year.

“When L.A. Reid was in office made some history up at Def Jam / If Jizzle ain’t dropping, ni**a, what the fuck is Def Jam?” he raps. “I know you heard how your boy bossed up at Atlantic / Boss shit, might just drop my next album on Atlantic.”

Jeezy will hit the road with Wiz Khalifa, Tyga, and Ty Dolla $ign on the “Under the Influence of Music” tour this summer.

Listen to Jizzle go off.

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Wiz Khalifa Teams With Jeezy and Tyga for ‘Under the Influence’ Tour

Wiz Khalifa

Wiz Khalifa is bringing his “Under the Influence of Music” tour back this summer, and he’s brought along some new friends.

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YG and Jeezy Perform on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’

YG and Jeezy

A day after the release of his debut My Krazy Life, YG put on for his city during his appearance on Wednesday’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live.”

With DJ Mustard on the turntables and red Chuck Taylors on his feet, the Compton MC took the indoor stage to perform a medley of his hits “Who Do You Love” and “My Hitta” featuring a guest appearance from his CTE boss Jeezy. He returned for an encore of his ScHoolboy Q and Jay Rock-assisted banger “I Just Wanna Party.”

According to HITS, his album is expected to sell 60-65,000 copies in its first week.

Watch YG bring his Krazy Life to “Kimmel.”

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New Music: DJ Mustard f/ YG, Jeezy, & Que – ‘Vato’


He’s produced hits for everyone from 2 Chainz to Jennifer Lopez, and now DJ Mustard launches his solo career with his brand new single “Vato” featuring YG, Jeezy, and Que.

The super-producer, who’s signed to Roc Nation, cooks up a West Coast banger that will “knock the beef out your taco.” Jeezy mobs like a cholo, YG goes in search of his own J.Lo, and Mustard lays down a hot hook.

“It’s just me and my vato,” he raps.

Listen to Mustard on the beat.

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New Music: Freddie Gibbs – ‘Real’ (Jeezy Diss)

Young Jeezy and Freddie Gibbs

Jeezy and Rick Ross may have patched things up, but another rapper has beef with the Snowman. Freddie Gibbs has issued a diss track to his former CTE boss.

Since their split in 2012, the Gary, Indiana rapper has accused Jeezy of not holding up his end of the deal. On the Madlib-produced “Real,” which he debuted live in Chicago on Monday, Gibbs goes on the record.

“You wanna be Jay Z, ni**a, you just a fuckin’ puppet,” he raps on the three-and-a-half-minute track.

“Now you say you’re the realest ni**a in it / But Ross said you’re scared to drop a diss record / No nuts, got the whole team lookin’ weak / Guess that’s why they ran up on you at the BETs.”

The scathing song will appear on Gibbs and Madlib’s joint album Piñata, dropping Tuesday.

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Video: Rick Ross f/ Jeezy – ‘War Ready’

Rick Ross, DJ Khaled, and Jeezy

Enemies become friends in the video for “War Ready.” Rick Ross joins forces with his former rival Jeezy and his MMG signee Tracy T in the action-packed visuals, shot during NBA All-Star Weekend in New Orleans.

Gun shots ring out as the hip-hop titans turn a warehouse into a violent battlefield in the TAJ-directed clip, which features cameos from Meek Mill, YG, DJ Khaled, and DJ Mustard.

In an interview with The Huffington Post, Rozay spoke about squashing his beef with Jeezy. “We had past differences and we put that to the side being true bosses to do something big for the culture, which is bigger than both of us,” he said.

The Mike WiLL Made It-produced song appears on Ross’ sixth album Mastermind.

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New Music: Gucci Mane – ‘War Ready (Remix)’

War Ready (Remix)

Gucci Mane goes to battle with his critics on his remix to Rick Ross and Jeezy’s Mastermind single “War Ready.” The Brick Squad captain, who faces 20 years in jail for weapons possession, rattles off a confessional verse about his troubled past over the Mike WiLL Made It-produced beat.

“I’m not the average celebrity, can’t let you get the best of me,” he declares.

Plus, go behind the scenes of Rozay and Jeezy’s explosive video below.

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