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The club killer, the ad-lib aficionado (ayyy), Young Jeezy has teamed up with Gourmet. A quick survey of The Snowman’s Instagram page will see the soul survivor laced in various models from the brand, including the 35 Lite and the Quattro Skate C. Details on the teaming are unknown at this moment. Will Jeezy get a shoe? Will Jay Bilas be on the seeding list? Stay tuned to Nice Kicks for updates on Jeezy and Gourmet.
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Moments after Gucci Mane dropped Trap House 3‘s title track, another called “All Of My N***as” ”mysteriously” leaked. The Atlanta native leaves no stone unturned, as he name drops any and everyone for various reasons. This includes every rapper he dislikes and the various women he’d like to sleep with. Young Jeezy, T.I., and one time friend Yo Gotti are among those called out.
We assume the track is dated, because Gucci shouts out former Brick Squad affiliate Waka Flocka Flame. Thinking back, this could possibly be the song referenced by the Memphis rapper in an interview late last year.
Nevertheless, it’ll be interesting to see whose feathers are ruffled by “All Of My N***as.” Hear the song below, and let use know if Gucci is out of line in the comments.
Photo: Johnny Nunez
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Singer Verse Simmonds has dropped a few quality grooves in recent months. Among them was “Fully Loaded,” which gets an update with a verse from Young Jeezy.
One of the track’s defining characteristics is its old school feel set by a drum interpolation of Mtume’s “Juicy Fruit,” most known as the sample for “Juicy” by Notorious B.I.G. Credit that to producer Sak Passe, who created the smooth jam.
The music sets the scene for Simmonds to croon his heart out to women, while the Snowman keeps his approach very player-like with slick lines like “I told her take off work, call in sick/Gimme some that, I’ll give you some of this.”
“Fully Loaded” marks the second collaboration between Simmonds and Jeezy, who told us last year the we weren’t “Bout That Life.” Look for an upcoming project from Atlanta-based crooner, titled 1996. Listen to his new song below to get a sampling of what’s to come.
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Bobby Ray recruits Young Jeezy, Young Dro, and Yo Gotti for the remix of his single, “We Still In This B*tch.” The three Y’s bring a raw energy to the radio friendly track. This remix will make its way onto a project before the original. The original will be on B.o.B’s untitled third studio album that doesn’t have a release date yet, while its remix will appear on Hustle Gang’s mixtape, Get Dough or Die, set for release on May 7.
“Get doe or die” is the motto for T.I.’s Hustle Gang, who are prepping a mixtape called G.D.O.D. With just days before the project’s set to release, we receive a third sampling with a “We Still In This” remix.
The original is currently sitting very comfortably on the Top 10 for Urban radio, but don’t be surprised is this makes waves as well. B.o.B returns on this version with Young Jeezy, Young Dro and Yo Gotti, each of whom reaffirm that they’re here to stay over Mike Will Made It’s knocking production.
G.D.O.D. could be a soundtrack for the summer if it features more jams like ”We Still In This (Remix),” the Mystikal-assisted “Here I Go,” and “Freeze Up.” Fans will have to wait a few days to see if T.I. and his clique can deliver, since the tape doesn’t hit the Internets until May 7.
Check out “We Still In This (Remix)” below.
Just days before the May 7 release of the Hustle Gang mixtape G.D.O.D., B.o.B serves up another round with the super-charged remix to “We Still in This Bitch” featuring Young Jeezy, Young Dro, and Yo Gotti. Get turnt up and watch the trailer for G.D.O.D. below.
Rihanna invaded Atlanta on her “Diamonds World Tour” last night and some famous fans were in the audience. T.I. and his wife Tiny kicked it backstage with the “Stay” singer, who just became the first artist in Billboard’s history to land 10 No. 1s on the Pop Songs radio airplay chart.
“Me & @badgalriri merkin shit back-stage after da #diamondsworldtour …. My lil patna gave it to dey ass tonight!!! Shawty #turnttodamax!!!! #dastrongway!!!!” tweeted the King.
Jermaine Dupri brought his daughter Shaniah (who also met A$AP Rocky), while Young Jeezy and Ludacris showed the pop princess some love.
After the concert at Philips Arena, RiRi hit up Magic City with Tiny and her girlfriends, throwing cash as strippers danced to “Pour It Up.”
See video from the girls’ night out below.
Photos via Instagram
Ty Dolla $ign and Young Jeezy shoot a visual for the “My Cabana (Remix)”.
Previously: Ludacris ft. Young Jeezy – Raised In The South
Atlanta-bred hip-hop heavyweights Ludacris and Young Jeezy come together once again to add another song onto their long list of collaborations. “Raised In The South,” off of Luda’s upcoming mixtape I Don’t Give A Fuck, is an aggressive affair as he and the Snowman go at any and every rapper they feel isn’t worthy of mentioning their name. The beat, crafted by Metro, is a heavy-hitting example of what down south trap music should sound like and may just cause some ‘bows to be thrown. I Don’t Give A Fuck comes out ahead of Ludaversal, ‘Cris’ eighth studio album due out later this year. Stream “Raised In The South” below and keep an ear open for the mixtape coming soon.