Posts Tagged ‘Young Jeezy’
DJ Drama is well known for throwing together a well designed line up for huge tracks and this one is no different. He hooks up with some of Atlanta’s finest including rookie sensation Future who’s on the hook. This is going to be pretty big in the clubs as well as in the streets.Read More
While Jeezy was in New York, he stopped through to talk with DJ Whoo Kid at Shade 45. During their conversation they discuss Jeezy’s view on Atlanta’s upcoming artist and how he respects the youths grind as well as the veterans such as T.I. and Ludacris. Jeezy also gives praise to Freddie Gibbs who he signed last year and says that Freddie is just a few hit records away from breaking out to become one of the bigger artist in the game. If you haven’t already, be sure to go and get Thug Motivation 103: Husterlz AmbitionRead More
There have been pictures of studio sessions floating around for a few days. Now we actually have video of Young Jeezy, Warren G and DJ Quik in the studio cooking something up for hopefully a future release. Those not yet in tune to the history of the game probably forget, or just don’t know, Quik’s history with production.
For one reason or another, he’s never mentioned when the “best producers of all time” are mentioned, but he is. Hopefully whatever these three are cooking is emancipated sooner than later. Jeezy over Quik production? Yes, please.Read More
10. Drake – Take Care – 31,000 - Expect Aubrey to be 1.5M deep next week and he could be double platinum soon. Tours help album sales in case you weren’t aware.
24. Young Jeezy – TM103 – 20,000 – See, this is where BET Uncut would play such a vital role in guaranteeing a video for “All We Do.”
26. Jay-Z & Kanye West – Watch The Throne – 20,000 - No one ever gets a list totally right, but how Jay landed at #6 on that MTV list was, how do I say this, odd.
35. Lil Wayne – Tha Carter IV – 16,000 – Double platinum. **Birdman hand rub** (Keep reading…)Read More
First and foremost, my apologies for not following through with this series the past few weeks. Secondly, kudos to @Tr0h for taking the initiative and getting me back on track. And thirdly, let’s get down to business.
1. Adele – 21 – 237,479 - I take a month off and look who’s still at number one. Granted, those numbers a tad bit inflated thanks to her making the Grammys her personal bitch last Sunday. That being said, George W. Bush may be allowed to be the guest speaker at the next NAACP national conference before Adele drops out the top 10 of the Billboard charts. At over 6.5x platinum, the “diamond watch” is officially on. Her previous album, 19, also appeared at #7 on the charts for those interested.
6. Whitney Houston – Greatest Hits – 63,853 - I honestly expected something from Whitney to be at #1 this week based off what death does for record sales. You know, it’s a damn shame Bobby isn’t apparently allowed at the funeral. But that’s another story.
10. Drake – Take Care – 32,373 - Here’s a fun fact. The young lady in the “Practice” video, Kyra Chaos, actually attended two of my best friend’s birthday party last July in Richmond. She’s actually cool as hell and I’ll just shut up now for fear of sounding like a male groupie.
18. Rihanna – Talk That Talk – 23,830 - “We Found Love” is a classic pop record and this really isn’t up for debate. Oh, and she’s creeping up on 700K. She’s as consistent of a seller as anyone on the charts not named Adele.
23. Young Jeezy – TM103 – 21,682 - I can’t shake the feeling if Boosie was free there would already be a remix to “Never Be The Same” with an accompanying video. (Keep reading…)Read More
A lot is going on with CTE, specifically with Gangsta Gibbs and Young Jeezy. They’re both getting ready for CTE’s It’s The World album that is set to drop later in the year. Here is a preview of what we can expect from the project as Gibbs and Snowman mobb all over this track which will land on DJ Sean Mac’s Luxury Trap Music 2 mixtape.Read More
Drizzy say’s, “I do” to the the remix of Young Jeezy’s collaboration with Jay Z and Andre 3000. It was rumored to have been the orginal version set to release off the Snowman’s TM: 103 album. Either way it’s a classic adding the young YMCMB superstar to a A-list set of rappers. Check out Drizzy’s verse to Young Jeezy’s “I Do” above.Read More
Young Jeezy has dropped the visuals for his latest track, OJ, off of his latest album, Thug Motivation 103. The track features Fabolous, playing as Funeral Fab, Jadakiss, as So Raspy, and Jizzle, as El Jefe. As an extra bonus we have tour dates for The Hustlerz Ambition tour, starting in Washington, DC on March 3rd. Check out the visuals above and hit the jump for the full list of dates.Read More