Bankroll Fresh links up with Jeezy on the remix of “Walked In.” Listen below.
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.
For a few days now, Young Jeezy has had fans in anticipation with the hopes of a new project. While he has released the single “God,” that is only one part of the what he’s offering these. In an open letter, Pastor Young – he signed off – the rapper talks about the negativity that has impacted communities around the world; he discusses why our communities strive so hard and fight to get what is wanted out of life.
“I would like to take this time to ADDRESS the Street Disciples and Congregation to express my concerns and frustrations on what’s going on in our communities all over the world today,” he begins the letter. “…We are all Gods in our own right. We all have the ability and the power to change the things around us. We all have the ability to affect lives; to raise our sons and daughters to become Kings and Queens; Leaders and Prophets. To make a difference on Earth while they are here.”
Read more after the jump.
Yesterday (July 25) marked the ten year anniversary of Young Jeezy’s debut with Def Jam records and his album Thug Motivation 101. To celebrate his accomplishments and fans that supported him along the way, Jeezy put on a concert down at Atlanta’s Fox Theatre. Never one to disappoint, Jeezy brought out quite a few surprise guests including, Usher, Kayne West, BunB, Boyz n Da Hood and Andre3000.
Check out the videos below.
This Sunday, July 26, marks 10 years – a full DECADE – since Jeezy released his debut album, Let’s Get It: Thug Motivation 101. Can you believe it? The now-classic project confirmed Jizzle’s spot in the game, and paved the way for the Atlanta rapper to become the multi-faceted businessman he is today.
“They say you have your whole life to make your first album, and they might be right,” Jeezy said in his first-ever Instagram post today to commemorate the anniversary. “Some call it poetry, others call it the ghetto gospel, but the industry calls it ‘trap music.’ Go figure. Either way it’s the voice of the streets, and we all know that when the streets talk, we listen.”
Check out his full post below!
Things might not have gone so well on the court for Lebron last night against the Hawks, but he still had a good night in the ATL. Bron hit up Gold Room after the game and didn’t appear to care how he looked for the club, going super casual. He posed for a bunch of pics I’m sure and relaxed in VIP with Young Jeezy, Kenny Burns and others. The loss to the Hawks didn’t seem to bother as much from the looks of things. Check the gallery! You Know Bron got a wife so don’t expect nothing crazy.
OT Genasis links up with Meek Mill & Jeezy to bring us the “CoCo” remix! Take a listen after the jump!