Young Jeezy

Aug
1
Video: Ne-Yo f/ Jeezy – ‘Money Can’t Buy’

Ne-Yo

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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Jul
28
Jeezy Addresses Illuminati Album Cover

Seen It All

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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Jul
25
Album Cover: Jeezy – ‘Seen It All: The Autobiography’

Seen It All

Jeezy stirs up controversy with the cover for his fifth solo album Seen It All: The Autobiography. The Atlanta rapper took to Instagram to reveal the dark artwork, which features the Eye of Providence, which has become a symbol of the Illuminati.

Due September 2, the follow-up to 2011′s TM:103 Hustlerz Ambition features the Jay Z-assisted title track as well as the Future-assisted “No Tears.”

“This is gonna be your bible, this is gonna be your manual,” Jizzle told MTV News. “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.”

Other tracks include “Me OK,” “Black Eskimo,” and “Enough.”

What do you think of Jeezy’s cover art?

Jul
17
Jay Z Tears Up While Writing ‘Seen It All’ Verse

Jeezy and Jay Z

First Jay Z made the “Song Cry,” and now he’s the one with tears in his eyes. The Roc Nation mogul got emotional while penning his nostalgic verse on Jeezy’s “Seen It All.”

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Jun
30
New Music: Jeezy f/ Jay Z – ‘Seen It All’

Seen It All

Jeezy and Jay Z are it again. The hip-hop heavyweights cook up another killer collaboration on the Cardo-produced “Seen It All,” which serves as the title track off Jeezy’s upcoming fifth album.

Jizzle declares himself “the realest ni**a in this,” while Hov reminisces about running the dope game (“Was in the S-Class / You was just in class”).

Seen It All is due September 2. “It takes a lot to be strong in this game and still be here and still do your thing and that’s why I feel like I’m a young OG. I seen it all,” explained Jeezy.

Just last month, he dropped his Drumma Boy-produced record “Me OK.” He will join Wiz Khalifa, Tyga, and Ty Dolla $ign on the “Under the Influence of Music” tour this July.

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May
26
New Music: Ne-Yo f/ Jeezy – ‘Money Can’t Buy’

Money Can't Buy

Ne-Yo gets back to his R&B roots on his new single “Money Can’t Buy.” On the breezy summer jam, the R&B gentleman sings the praises of his one-of-a-kind lady, who’s not interested in materialistic things, while Jeezy gets his grown man on.

According to ESSENCE, the song will appear on Ne-Yo’s upcoming sixth album Non Fiction, due September 30.

The follow-up to 2012′s R.E.D. is also expected to feature collaborations with T.I. and Trey Songz.

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May
23
Ne-Yo Enlists Jeezy for New Single ‘Money Can’t Buy’

Money Can't Buy

Ne-Yo is gearing up to release his new single “Money Can’t Buy” featuring Jeezy.

He posted the illustrated artwork on Instagram featuring a woman with a “Priceless” tag attached to her. The song will premiere on Tuesday, May 27.

“The wait is almost over,” tweeted Ne-Yo. “Much appreciation for your patience. Quality takes time.”

His sixth album, the follow-up to 2012′s R.E.D., is due later this year featuring collaborations with T.I. and Trey Songz.

“With this next album, I am just going to go in and do whatever I feel like,” he told Hartford’s Hot 93.7. “At the end of the day, I don’t do music for white people, black people, whatever. I do music for people who enjoy music.”