Jeezy Releases Title Track From His Forthcoming Album ‘Church In These Streets’

Three weeks after the release of “GOD” and his poignant commentary on society, JEEZY is back with his latest sermon “CHURCH IN THESE STREETS”. The song, produced by Zaytoven, is the title track off JEEZY’s forthcoming album out November 13 on CTE/Def Jam.

This also begins JEEZY’s new weekly series, SUNDAY SERVICE, where each Sunday afternoon JEEZY will release a new sermon. Whether it’s new music, videos or alternative content, each sermon will be sure to ignite conversation… To stay up to date on SUNDAY SERVICE, visit or fans can text “JEEZY” to 404-800-9983 to subscribe to Jeezy’s mobile list and get text updates on Sunday Service.

Jeezy Gives Message On Poverty & Social Injustice On “Pastor Young’s Letter”

Last week, Jeezy took his to his social media accounts to announce that he has new album that is slated for release in the coming weeks. With the announcement, he simultaneously released the projects first single “GOD,” while also sharing a hand written note addressing poverty and social injustice which plagues America. Today, he adds a musical backdrop to the letter courtesy of producer Zaytoven, which he has titled “Pastor Young’s Letter.

Here’s Jeezy’s Surprise Mixtape, ‘Gangsta Party’

Let the surprise releases roll

Jeezy has experienced a career resurgence, and after a 3 year album drought following the release of 2011’s Thug Motivation 103, the Atlanta native has been anything but inactive. His latest LP, Seen It All, debuted at #2 on the Billboard charts with a 121,000 first week of sales, not to mention YG‘s My Krazy Life, our 2014 Album of the Year, which included the Top 20 hit, “My N*gga,” which featured Jeezy, and first appeared on a CTE mixtape from a year prior.

Last night, without warning, Jeezy rounded up some of his friends (DJ Drama, YG, Peewee Longway, Rich Homie Quan and more) and dropped a surprise mixtape, Gangsta Party. You can download and stream it below.

New Jeezy on Memorial Weekend. Thank you, 2015.

Listen To T.I.’s “About The Money” Remix, Featuring Young Thug, Lil Wayne & Jeezy

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Jeezy Previews “Holy Ghost” Video

Jeezy gives us a sneak peak into “Holy Ghost” video.

Tomorrows’ the day in case you’ve been under a rock for the past few months. Jeezy will drop his Seen It All album. Jeezy has already blessed fans with videos for songs like “ME OK,” and “No Tears” and fortunately is seems as if he’ll bless us with one more for “Holy Ghost,” hopefully sooner than later. The very brief clip shows Jeezy at night riding around in an all black Rolls Royce with tinted windows. He has a short conversation with a young boy who obviously looks up to the rapper. There’s also a shot of a police car, possibly in reference to Jeezy’s recent arrest for gun possession. Take a look at the dramatic clip above. Let us know if you’re as anxious as we are for the full visual.

Jeezy Graces Cover 1-Of-2 Of The 2014 Power 30/SOURCE360 Issue (#263)

All eyez on The Snowman

We’ve been waiting 3 years for the return of Young Jeezy, and its here. With a firestorm of music, videos and one hell of a tour over the past couple months, Atlanta’s own Jeezy has reaffirmed himself among rap’s elite, and Seen It All, his most transparent effort yet, has already proved to be one of 2014’s gems. It’s been an up-and-down past few years for Mr. Jenkins–as it always is for anyone in this business–but he’s remained above the fray, and released a slew of some of the best records of his career in the meantime (“Me OK”, “Seen It All”, “No Tears”, “Beautiful”).

So its only right that Jeezy–who would like to be known as just “Jeezy” if you don’t mind–graces cover 1-of-2 of our 2014 Power 30/SOURCE360 issue in the most important year of his career. We caught up with him right in the middle of his tour, and album roll-out to talk about everything Ferguson and what it’s like to be Jeezy in the internet age to squashing his beef with Rick Ross and auditioning to be Tupac in the “Holler If You Hear Me” musical.

The Power 30/SOURCE360 issue also marks a great time for The Source, as we prep for The SOURCE360 Weekend (Sept. 19-21), which will be 3 days jam packed with panels, showcases, expos and our SOURCE360 Concert at The Barclays Center.  It’ll be a 100% total Hip-Hop culture experience that you just can’t miss, and we invite you to have a look at the full details including ticket pricing, info, and a SOURCE360 program schedule on  In addition to that, we have our annual Power 30, Digital 30 and Radio 30 lists that break down the top 30 movers and shakers in Hip-Hop, from rappers-slash-execs to leaders from every facet of the culture.  It is an exciting time for everyone, and issue #263 has something for everyone.

Enjoy a couple excerpts, and grab your copy of The 2014 Power 30/SOURCE360 issue when it hits newsstands.

On being a gangster rapper in 2014:

I think me and people like me that answered the call, and were appointed by the people to be their spokesperson have to walk a separate line because, you might like my music, but I think you probably love me more for what I stand for and what my morals are.  So I think that’s what makes me special, and different from a lot of artists, because you know we got some people where their whole career is off pure talent.  They’re very talented but they don’t have any morals, or the ability to go sit outside and watch something, and then be able to go talk about it in a rhyme form and make you believe it. Everything is so internet based now, you don’t even know what to believe anymore.

On Ferguson:

I just feel like, when things like this happen, you have to build trust within the community.  They did all the wrong things.  Instead of going there and trying to resolve the situation, they went in there with tasers, riot guns and riot forces, and you can’t come to my neighborhood and not expect us to stand up for what we believe in.  You know, that type of sh*t happens in Iraq, that doesn’t happen in Ferguson.

On auditioning to be Tupac on Broadway:

Jeezy was almost Tupac.  No, he didn’t go to the tattoo parlor and stop just short of getting “Thug Life” tattooed across his stomach, but when it came to cast the Tupac character in the short-lived Tupac musical, “Holler If You Hear Me”, Jeezy read for the part and earnestly competed to land it.

I came to New York, auditioned and everything.  Snoman was going to be on Broadway, man [laughs].

Be sure to pick up your copy of the 2014 Power 30/SOURCE360 issues when it hits newsstands, coming soon.


Jeezy Released From Jail After Pleading Not Guilty To Gun Charges

A stroke of good luck for Jeezy

After a stellar album roll-out that included releasing four stellar records, two dope music videos and being a major part of one of the summer’s biggest tours, Jeezy was arrested after an investigation into a shooting following an Irvine, California tour stop turned up an assault rifle on his tour bus.  The arrest was made over the weekend, and Jeezy was being held on $1 million bail.  As of Thursday afternoon, he was still in custody.

According to Miss Info TV, Jeezy will be among 6 men that will be released from jail tonight, after posting $1 million bail.  Jeezy’s 5th album, Seen It All, hits stores this Tuesday, September 2nd, and his pre-trial hearing will start just three days later on September 5th.

UPDATE: Jeezy has been released, and those looking to catch the Snowman in action before he has to tend to his legal duties once again have to look no further than Tuesday, Sept. 2nd, when he will take the stage at Stage 48 in NYC for his album release concert.