Young Jeezy‘s official new video for “Me Ok” is here, and it probably isn’t much different than you’d expect. The Drumma Boy-produced single, a cut from Seen It All: The Autobiography, features a few blunt shots towards Def Jam’s office. Watch the video for “Me Ok” below.
As Young Jeezy gears up for a new album release, he drops a new record entitled “Seen It All,” featuring Jay Z. Producer Cardo says that “Seen It All” was originally supposed to be on Magna Carta Holy Grail last year. Stream “Seen It All” below and look for Seen It All the album to . . .
Young Jeezy has never been afraid to speak his mind. The Snowman puts pen to pater once more with a record called “Pastor Young’s Letter.” The newly released video for the politically charged song doesn’t dance around some of the issues our country is facing, on different levels. The Zaytoven-produced “Pastor Young’s LetteR” will be . . .
Does this really need any introduction? T.I. and Young Thug pull in fellow heavyweights Lil Wayne and Jeezy for a remix to “About The Money.” Stream the remix, which was premiered by DJ Whoo Kid, below.
It’s been six years since the second volume of Jeezy‘s Trap Or Die series released, and tonight Trap Or Die 3 has arrived for the people. After dropping the Young in his name, the Atlanta legend pulls in guest features from Lil Wayne, Chris Brown, Yo Gotti, and Plies. Stream Trap Or Die 3 below, and purchase via iTunes.
Ty Dolla $ign links with modern moguls to release not just one but two remixes of his hit single, “Blasé.” Back in late June Ty blessed his fans with a single from his highly anticipated album ,Free TC. Production was delivered by DJ Spinz as he gave us electronic production strong enough to have Future and Rae Sremmurd turn it up a . . .
Troy Ave pulls in veteran heavy hitters Jeezy and Rick Ross for a remix to “All About The Money.” Purchase the original version via iTunes, and stream the remix below. (RapRadar)
Jeezy recently dropped the “Young,” and is aggressive as ever on his dark new single, “Foul Play.” Menacing Drumma Boy production opens the door for Jeezy’s gritty voice to get your blood boiling, as he vents his anger over label issues through aggressive lyrics that just might turn “Foul Play” into a strong contender for . . .
Prison either makes you or breaks you. What you decide to do with your time is a strong representation of what and who you’ll become once being released. As a felon, I can vouch that prison is far from reforming. However, while serving time I learned that everything you think, feel, and act on is . . .
It was November 2007. I had just turned nineteen. This would usually be where I tell you about my feelings going into my second year of college, but instead I’ll explain the emotionless state I was in as I entered my first year in the prison system. I was dressed with extra underwear and beaters, . . .
Frequent Artistic Manifesto collaborator WhitneyAbstraKt is back with a new mix called Southern Comfort, just in time for the holiday season. As Whitney herself explains: “This is an ode to the SOUTH and Southern-influenced music that came out this year. A compilation of some of my favorite cuts + the perfect soundtrack to a TURNT . . .
I never expected to come across a song with an Akon sample and a Pete Rock guest appearance, but Diamond D does just that on “Only Way 2 Go.” A sample from Akon and Young Jeezy’s “Soul Survivor” forms the base of the chorus, meshing well with a twangy guitar sample to get heads nodding. . . .
How do you stand out as a producer when hip-hop is over-saturated beyond belief? Sheer, unadulterated quality. DrewsThatDude provides just that with KAMI, his brand new five-track EP. Andrew is commonly referred to as “The Synth God,” and KAMI is a shining example of his melodic prowess. KAMI takes listeners through an array of different . . .
Mastermind is arguably Rick Ross’s least cared about album. Paradoxically, the over-promotion of the album on social media largely contributed to the lack of collective anticipation for the album. The cover was controversial and the self-promotion was constant, but Nevertheless, Mastermind arrived and represents consistency and progression in equal doses. Similar to previous Rick Ross studio . . .
Where else can you hear Ghostface Killah, Shlohmo, Flying Lotus, Drake, Destiny’s Child, Kanye West, Mayer Hawthorne, Vampire Weekend, and Waka Flocka Flame in the same place? The Hood Internet debuts the third volume of their Trillwave mixtape series, meshing hip-hop, soul, and pop culture into one spontaneous mix that’s a perfect way to wind . . .