“On Me” is a Jeezy song with Wiz sort of hosting it for his album. This is a new trend in album construction: where an artist leases a style for his work, so to draw the guest artist’s crowd and effects. Collab after the jump.
Blacc Hollywood Wiz stops in at New York’s hip hop hub. He explains the musical approach (channeling Prince and MJ) as well as the weirdo element that’s evolved his albums. Also, why Tyga’s not on his tour. Video after the jump.
The Snowman stops in with hip-hop’s favorite auntie interviewer. He talks mostly about his new record, and how Jay-Z doesn’t cry but could cry if he wanted to because he’s that rich. But truthfully, this is a good insight into Jeezy’s origins in the poorest part of Atlanta and how he uses that experience to guide him as a music entrepreneur. Watch after the jump.
Trap All-Stars delight. Jeezy bringing it to the abandoned houses and alleyways, as he swings a gold chain in the face of poverty. Hustle your way up! Have a chance to revisit the hood when you need to shoot an authentic video. The track is no-frills CTE template and it knocks. “Me Ok” visuals after the jump.
Rozay and Jeezy unload the official clip for “War Ready.” Directed by Taj Stansberry.
YG drops the official video for the remix to “My N*gga” which features a host of cameos, including Jeezy, Ty Dolla $ign and DJ Mustard. Directed by Motion Family.