104 posts tagged Young Jeezy
104 posts tagged Young Jeezy
Clyde Carson Feat. Young Jeezy & Game - Pour Up (Remix)
Clyde recruits Jeezy and Game for the official remix to his “Pour Up” single, set to appear on his new “Play Boy” EP
Download avail. at our official site: http://www.eatinghiphop.com/2013/07/15/clyde-carson-feat-young-jeezy-game-pour-up-remix/
Young Jeezy – It’s A Cold World (Trayvon Martin Tribute)
George Zimmerman was found not guilty in the slaying of Trayvon Martin last night. This is Jeezy’s response to the verdict. “I am in no way shape, form, or fashion am trying to capitalize off of the latest series of events. These are my true feelings and my form of expression about it.”
Download avail. at our official site: http://www.eatinghiphop.com/2013/07/14/young-jeezy-its-a-cold-world-trayvon-martin-tribute/
Freddie Gibbs sheds further light on his split with Young Jeezy and how it colored his new album, “ESGN”.
Freddie Gibbs has recently opened up about his split with Young Jeezy and his CTE label. After a long period of remaining uncharacteristically tight-lipped about the situation, Gibbs is now making up for it by bashing Jeezy every chance he gets.
The rapper revealed that his new album ESGN is an active means to separate himself from the snowman.”I just need to set myself apart from Jeezy right now,” he said, which he further elaborated on. ”I had to break away from that fake-ass shit and establish myself, and that is what I was trying to do from the get go, but it didn’t work. It was me having to push my own line right now. I couldn’t let this whole year pass waiting on another situation.”
Gibbs also expanded on his comments from last month in which he called Jeezy a “fraud”. “It was him saying one thing and it not being it,” he said. “I don’t have no personal problem or anything of that nature because I didn’t deal with him on a personal level. We was together a lot, but we was never really cool like that. It just came down to a person lying to you and fuckin’ wit your family and future and how your family eat. So when a person tells you that you are signed to this label and that’s not the case, then then that’s a lie. Jeezy out his mouth told me that I had a deal with Epic and I was ready to go full throttle with this shit, but that wasn’t the case. He lied. He made me look stupid. I just got tired of playin’ the fool and I’m not just one of them guys that’s happy to be around you. I got my own brand and my own fan base.”
The Garym Indiana emcee commented on his decision to be honest about his disdain for the snowman.”I’d rather do my own thing and I tried to move respectfully with breaking things off with him, but I started to get black-balled, so I just decided to let it all hang out and I don’t care if he black-ball me or anyone else in the industry black-balls me,” he said. “I will continue to put my music out and get booked for shows.
The rapper then spoke of how he wanted to have a proper discussion with Jeezy, which never happened. “He definitely ain’t approached me like a man and sorted it out, which could have easily been done,” Gibbs argued. “All I wanted from him was a real nigga conversation without the Hollywood shit. That’s all and it’s over with. I don’t want people to think I’m going to base my career around dissing him.”
Gangsta Gibbs expressed that while his frustration with Jeezy is now behind him, it still colored his new album. “I could really care less about him, but at the time I was making this ESGN album, it was ‘Fuck Jeezy Every Day’ and that’s what you got from this album. I put it out there and got it off my chest and I am pretty much done with it until somebody fires a shot at me an then I will go into the annihilation phase.”
YG ft. Young Jeezy & Rich Homie Quan – Ride For (My Nigga)
YG picks “My Niggas” featuring Young Jeezy and Rich Homie Quan for the official single from his debut album I’m from Bompton coming later this year. Produced by DJ Mustard.
Download avail. at our official site: http://www.eatinghiphop.com/2013/06/19/yg-ft-young-jeezy-rich-homie-quan-ride-for-my-nigga/
Yo Gotti Ft. Young Jeezy & YG – Act Right (Instrumental) (Produced By P-Lo of the Invasion)
Freddie Gibbs parted ways from Young Jeezy’s CTE label last year, following rumors that the two may be ending their affiliation. At first, it seemed like Gangsta Gibbs was keeping his mouth shut about the split, saying only that it was a mutual business decision. As time progresses Gibbs has opened up more about the split, and revealed that it was not an amicable one.
In a new interview with XXL, Freddie spoke on his departure from CTE and his former associate, Young Jeezy. He doesn’t hold back this time, saying that anything Jeezy will tell you about the split will be sugarcoated. Gibbs even admits to being “political” at first, and that’s why he didn’t want to say too much about what happened.
When asked if Jeezy was supportive of the Indiana native doing his own thing, Gibbs responded, “Fuck no. Anything he tells you, it’s going to be fake. I am going to give you the real. He gonna give you the sugarcoated version. That’s the difference between me and him. He gonna give you the sugarcoated shit, I am going to give you the real. At first, when that whole split happened, I was being political about it. I was thinking, ‘Man, I don’t want to fuck up my relationship.’ But fuck that shit my nigga. I’m feeding the whole city. That nigga don’t do shit for me. I am going to point a nigga out when he bogus and he was bogus for not owing up to his business relationship and doing what he was supposed to do business-wise. Like I said, I never needed the nigga to do nothing for me, but do what you said what you were gonna do. You don’t hold true to your word, I don’t respect you. So I don’t respect no nigga that don’t hold true to his word. All that shit you rapping; I don’t respect none of that shit.”
Freddie Gibbs also spoke on his upcoming album, ESGN, saying, “I think it’s going to be a big deal too. It’s going to be my first solo shit. Me separating from CTE. I’m extremely happy about that. Because a lot of guys wrote me off, Jeezy included. He really wrote me off. I am about to show that nigga what it really is. I am about to open that nigga’s eyes up and show that nigga that I mean motherfucking business. He wrote a nigga off, but I am definitely about to show that nigga that I mean business. And show that nigga who the realest nigga in it. That’s what I am on now.”
Gibbs adds that Cocaine Pinata with Madlib is going to arrive in October this year.
Peep the full interview here.
Yo Gotti Ft Young Jeezy & YG – Act Right
Memphis rapper Yo Gotti is back with his new single ‘Act Right’ and gets some assistance from Young Jeezy and YG. The track is produced by P-Lo. This will appear on his debut album ‘I Am’ dropping later this year via Epic Records.
Download avail. at our official site: http://www.eatinghiphop.com/2013/06/06/yo-gotti-ft-young-jeezy-yg-act-right/
Young Jeezy delivers a quick EP featuring songs from himself, the newly signed Doughboyz Cashout, YG and DJ Drama.
01 Doughboyz Cashout - Mob Life 02 Doughboyz Cashout - Woke Up Feat. Yo Gotti 03 Doughboyz Cashout - Hella Ice Feat. YG 04. YG - My Nigga 05 YG - The Homie 06 DJ Drama - 4 What Feat. Juicy J & Yo Gotti
Download avail. at our official site: http://www.eatinghiphop.com/2013/05/30/young-jeezy-itsthaworld-ep/
Doughboyz Cashout connect with Young Jeezy once more and Yo Gotti for a leak off the upcoming “It’s Tha World” EP, out May 30th.
New project from DTP frontman and hip hop OG, Ludacris. The free project entitled “IDGAF” features 12 records with features from French Montana, Chris Brown, Mac Miller & more!
Download avail. at our official site: http://www.eatinghiphop.com/2013/05/24/ludacris-idgaf-official-mixtape/
J.Cole Feat. Young Jeezy - Kenny Lofton (Prod. By Canei Finch)
J.Cole links up with Jeezy for this single off the just released ‘Truly Yours 2‘ EP
Download avail. at our official site: http://www.eatinghiphop.com/2013/04/30/j-cole-feat-young-jeezy-kenny-lofton-prod-by-canei-finch/
Mustard has signed a management deal with Jay-Z’s Roc Nation imprint.
DJ Mustard has made a name for himself with bay-infused 808 and snap laden production. Along with working extensively with artists like YG, Joe Moses, and Ty$, Mustard has branched out to work with bigger artists like Tyga, 2 Chainz, and Young Jeezy.
It seems his collaborator list is about to get even longer and more diverse with the announcement that the beatmaker has signed a management deal with Jay-Z’s Roc Nation imprint. Industry exec Jay Brown will represent Mustard. “I’m excited to take my career to the next level with RocNation, and Jay Brown!” declared the producer in a statement. “Looking forward to working with RocNation artists.”
J.Cole, Wale, Rihanna, and Jay Electronica are among the other artists signed with the Roc who may reap the benefits of having Mustard as a labelmate. The DJ also plans to drop a mixtape June 3rd.
Ludacris Feat. Young Jeezy - Raised In the South
Luda returns with his brand new single with fellow ATL rapper Young Jeezy. produced by Metro.
Download avail. at our official site: http://www.eatinghiphop.com/2013/04/19/ludacris-feat-young-jeezy-raised-in-the-south/
After various releases, the highly anticipated mixtape from Funkmaster Flex titled ‘Who You Mad At? Me Or Yourself?’ is finally here. The double disc project boasts 53 exclusive records from The Lox, Fabolous, ASAP Rocky, Slaughterhouse, Wale, J.Cole, Childish Gambino, Camron, Lil Wayne, French Montana, Lloyd Banks, Mac Miller, Young Jeezy, 2 Chainz, Rick Ross, Juicy J, Schoolboy Q and much more. Production comes from Swizz Beatz, Jahlil Beats, araabMUZIK, Harry Fraud, Statik Selektah, DJ Mustard, Young Chop, The Runners and more.
Cap 1 feat. Game & Young Jeezy – Gang Bang (Official Video)