It’s still weird to me that hip hop stars add ESPN to their promo stops but the results have been pretty cool. Jeezy stopped by ESPN’s Bristol, Connecticut, campus to promote his eighth studio album, “Church in These Streets,” which dropped on Friday. The Grammy-nominated rapper and avid Atlanta Hawks fan also took a moment to fulfill their “song-star” challenge. They asked him to assign his songs as anthems for 14 of the biggest stars in the NBA this season.
Jeezy did exactly what he set out to do and that was to bring Church to the NYC streets last night. He made his grand entrance to his own concert at High Line Ball Room leading the congregation. Midnight marked Friday the 13th, the release of his new album and he made sure to march from Union Square all the way to the venue with a mobb of his own people with a mix of fans. Check out how Jeezy turned High line BallRoom upside down last night.
Aye the truth always prevails! Young Jeezy is going to keep his 5 million that his former friend tried to take from him through court. This former “friend” of his really went as far as to claim he helped Jeezy launch his career and thought that because he didn’t get the credit he deserved, sued the rapper to court in hopes for a big payout. Nice try my guy, but you’re taking an L for this as Young Jeezy and his team of court officials won the case.
Young Jeezy crafted Thug Motivation 101. As a result he is allowed to call himself the father of trap music. Hit the jump to watch the full interview where the Snowman touches on music and current events at the A3C Conference.
On behalf of the entire InFlexWeTrust staff, we want to wish rapper Young Jeezy a happy, happy birthday with many more years of greatness and success to come!
As the release date for his upcoming album “Church In These Streets” looms closer, Jeezy unveils his latest cut. The London On Da Track produced “Gold Bottles.”
With his forthcoming album slated for November release, Jeezy re-emerged onto the music scene with the release of his previous single “GOD.” Today, he circles back for round 2 by letting go of another cut from the project. The Zaytoven produced “Church In These Streets.”
They ask us why we hustle. To feed are families; to take care of our households; to pay our bills on time just like every other American. The only problem is, there’s isn’t enough jobs and opportunities for everyone.
After releasing a hip-hop figure’s perspective on what’s happening in America, via ‘Pastor Young’s Letter“, Jeezy released a fan-made visual for the inspiring piece. The visual depicts images of marches, protests, arrests, struggling families, and more around the world as the piano plays and Jeezy reads off his letter.
Check it out down bottom.