College basketball fans know Jay Bilas for his insightful ESPN commentary, hawkish criticism of the NCAA's amateurism model and morning ritual of tweeting a lyric by the trap rap legend Young Jeezy. This time of year, the 52-year-old...Show More Summary
Young Jeezy aka Jay Jenkins was dayum near tootless in a photo that leaked online earlier today. Reports are that the popular gangsta rap artist suffered an embarrassing ‘wardrobe’ malfunction when his entire front set of teeth fellShow More Summary
After the year he had, Cam Newton needed a new song. On Saturday, Young Jeezy took care of that in collaboration with Under Armour. The rapper put together a hard, catchy song called "Hit Um" to honor the Carolina Panthers quarterback and his MVP season. Take a listen: This song has probably been in the works for a while. Show More Summary
Cam Newton was named the NFL’s MVP after a spectacular season, and on Sunday he has the chance to deliver Carolina its first Super (...)
From Kendrick Lamar to formerly young Jeezy, more and more big-name rappers are willing to explicitly discuss their faith on the record The post Rap’s crossroads: Why today’s big-name rappers are daring to be religious appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Young Jeezy finally released a visual for “Sweet Life,” his surprising collaboration with Janelle Monae. The Snowman’s latest visual continues his message of being the preacher for the streets. Continue reading…
Stop the violence… Anthony Tolson Murdered A famed bassist was tragically killed in Detroit during the Christmas holiday while going to see his family. 33-year-old Anthony Tolson, who toured with the likes of Young Jeezy and Ne-Yo, was murdered
Jay “Young Jeezy” Jenkins, now known as “Jeezy,” seemingly helped pioneered the genre called “trap music.” However, political concepts laced his lyrics, which gave insight into life from his viewpoint. Via CNN, Young Jeezy was able to express his thoughts towards this country in a number of political topics. Show More Summary
If you're a big name rapper or R&B singer this Thanksgiving, you're probably up to your elbows in bird right now -- just ask Big Sean, Young Jeezy, Chris Brown and Fetty Wap. Jeezy's Street Dreamz Foundation handed out 200 boxes of food for…
While Young Jeezy is out spreading his thug gospel with ‘Church in These Streets,’ he’s also doing quite a bit of good in the hood! [READ: Jeezy Pens Open Letter on Social Injustice + Releases ‘GOD’ Single (AUDIO)] ‘Pastor Young’ flew into Philadelphia a few days ago for a show but arrived in the city […] Straight From The A [SFTA] - Atlanta Entertainment Industry Gossip & News
Kirk Franklin kicked off The Breakfast Club’s “Church in the Streets” round of interviews last Friday which was anchored out by Pastor Young Jeezy. However, the jewels dropped by the Grammy Award-winning gospel superstar were both bountiful and undeniable. Continue
Jeezy's nickname in the streets may be The Snowman, but right now he's likely feeling like Def Jam Recordings is freezing him out.
Welp… it’s official! Jay Jenkins (aka Young Jeezy) just won the legal battle filed by his best friend, Demetrius Ellerbee. [FLASHBACK; Young Jeezy’s Best Friends Sues For Half His Earnings + Watch ‘Hustlerz Ambition’ (FULL VIDEO) ]Show More Summary
Young Jeezy will stay $5 million richer... a jury of his peers just ruled a man claiming to help launch the rapper's career gets nothing Jeezy was in an Atlanta courtroom on Friday for his legal battle with Ellerbee Demetrius, a man claiming to be…
Atlanta rap monarch Young Jeezy has a new album called Church In These Streets coming out next month, and he’s lately been sharing a whole lot of new songs: “God,” “Church In These Streets,” “Gold Bottles,” “Hustla’s Holiday.” Over the weekend, as Nah Right points out, he gave us a new one, and it’s the […]
Photo from Kim Kardashian's Instagram Kanye West gave the first of two special 808s & Heartbreak shows last night at the Hollywood Bowl. As well as selling new merch themed around the album, Kanye brought out Kid Cudi, Young Jeezy, and Mr Hudson, who all featured on the record. Show More Summary
The first-ever full performance of the album featured appearances from Kid Cudi and Young Jeezy, as well as a string orchestra.
2005: Young Jeezy - Let's Get It: Thug Motivation 101 by Monet Maker on 09-24-2015 Young Jeezy’s Let’s Get It: Thug Motivation 101 turned a decade old in July. The seminal work for the Atlanta rapper was honored with a sold out anniversary...Show More Summary
Young Jeezy aka Jay Jenkins aka Pastor Young brought ‘God’ to the club as he and his entire crew celebrated his newfound social consciousness while partying at SOHO Lounge last night (September 22, 2015). The self-professed ‘trap star’...Show More Summary
From LCD Soundsystem to Young Jeezy, we've collected some of our favorite jams from the year.