Young Jeezy Biography
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No matter what is being supplied, a hustler is only as good as his word. With Atlanta serving up some of the hottest product in the rap game, native son Young Jeezy stands as one of the most exciting merchants of cool to emerge in years. Thanks to underground testimonials like “Air Forces” and “Chuuch,” Jeezy’s street swagger and authentic style has quickly made believers out of some the biggest players in the game, from Fabolous to P. Diddy. In his native Atlanta, and throughout the south, Young Jeezy has created nothing short of a movement. Now the world will get to find out what insiders have been buzzing about when his Def Jam debut, Let’s Get It: Thug Motivation 101 drops this summer.
Like many hustlers on the mic, rapping wasn’t in Jeezy’s original game plan. As CEO of Corporate Thug Entertainment, Jeezy was content to stack his paper from the background.
“Before music I was just trying to survive out this motherfucker. I had other artists, some local cats off the street, but it didn’t work out,” explains the twenty-five year old Georgia native. “So I just decided to do it myself. Ain’t nobody gonna go as hard as you gonna go. I saw the bigger picture at the time. I have a way with words and I know how to hustle.”
Having lost many things in his life-- family, friends and time (a prison bid that he doesn’t like to give too much light)--Jeezy had a sense of urgency about his music. So he hit the mixtape circuit with exclusive tracks recorded with longtime collaborator Shawty Red. With over 100,000 mixtapes and over 200,000 Trap Or Die DVD’s sold in a little more than a year, Def Jam decided to invest in the youngster and made him the most recent signee to the label.
“Basically, I’m a real nigga so I can relate more to a lot of cats,” Jeezy says of his appeal. “ I don’t just do music for the clubs, I do music for the struggle. I do music for everyday niggas, the kids who ain’t got no sense of direction. I’m trying to restore some of the morals back into the game, as far as the street.”
What sets Young Jeezy’s music apart is his ability to bring color and flash to a story that has been told so many times before. He’s a true digital age artist who doesn’t need 16 bars to develop a picture in your head. When he snaps off a verse the image is simple enough for everyone to feel it instantly.
“In one night ten bitches, eight bottles of Cris/forty grand just to make you stare at my wrist” he rattles off on his hit “Air Forces.” Jeezy’s undeniable swagger has made everyone from UGK’s Bun B to Sean “P. Diddy” Combs stand up and take notice. But it’s the folks grinding from day-to-day that will get the most out of Jeezy’s street scriptures.
“I’m just real to myself. Just believing in what I can do. If you have goals it gives a nigga something to be motivated about,” he says. “We stood on the same concrete at one time. With the same mindframe. My stuff is to motivate them. Letting you know where I’m from and what I’ve seen so you can get something out of it.”
The streets responded by snatching up his mixtapes by the trunkload. But now that he has fans on the hook, Jeezy is ready to reel them in slow with this full length.
“I did the mixtape run, but on mixtapes you can’t really give people you,” he reasons. “ I think people will really relate to the album. I ain’t come into this for no broads or a wristwatch or a car. I came into this shit for a spot. I’mma reality kicker. I’m not gonna tell you what you wanna hear because it sounds good, I’mma give it to you raw.”
Songs like the revealing “Let Me Talk To ‘Em” show Jeezy apologizing for many of the wrongs in his life and attempting to set the next generation straight about the dark side of life in the traps. “A lot of the cats I looked up to that bought me school clothes and things I lost them,” he says. “That’s why I’m here now.”
Setting the backdrop for his reality are producers Mannie Fresh – who’s “Boom Boom Clap” powers Let’s Get It’s searing first single “And The What” - Jazze Pha and Shawty Red to name a few. The guest line up is a who’s who of southern rap, but there will be plenty of Young Jeezy to bump from the coups to the corners.
“My whole thing is I want to restore some more morals back to this street shit,” he concludes. “Niggas listen to niggas who rap. I just wanna feed the streets.”
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Act like a lady think like a boss.. | Reviewer: teka | 4/10/13
The moral of my story is to make everyday count ..Stayin focus .. Either love or leave alone ...the Greatest ...When someone shows you who they are believe them... Believe half of what you see and none of what you heard ...Act like a Lady think like a Boss......
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thank you for being u | Reviewer: jay | 12/28/11
Love wat you do as a man and and as a person who has stuggled to be su55essful in life regardless of wat we do or have to do to get wat we need in life we here for you homie no that I wish there were more of us then we would accomplish more unitl then keep doing u fuk the nxt nigga you know wat you doing n thts wat I respect real niggas do real things salute
Hate | Reviewer: T.Graham 260 | 11/11/11
Too many niggas hate.they say yo flow the same.young talk bout the same shit.its pissin me off.. real niggas neva change .. TRAP OR DIE 2 i fuk with every night.. iaint even a street but i can flip it around and relate to that real shit.. ... i fuk wit chu and aint turnin to dat wayne or jcole shit. One!
MY QUESTIONS | Reviewer: Hezekiah P | 10/26/11
Y iz all datz rapper hating on you like(the whole briccqued and others). And do you bang crip cuz I do a (TREY ALL DAY). You the best rapper n the rapper game ritee yhu nd 2 chains and T.I. lil wayne gucci mane and them other rappers r weak so hell they kant rap they succ ass and they lamee ass fucc
my man | Reviewer: Gebhu | 2/12/11
i love you rap man, the first time i recognised your voice was when i was listening to T. I song, To back and i then searched for your own albums and for you, yourself.....continue to hustle even in the mist of hail....
Who dat? Jeezy We Dat | Reviewer: ..Superstar.. | 10/5/10
Right frm the gate, Ive always sticked to your tracks growing up, and it grew on Me, jeezy your flow, swag, style n' all are food for the streets, 103 is off the chain and proves why you will always b #1, keep it coming homie, AYEE
YOU ROCK ME BIG TIMES | Reviewer: GLAD | 6/3/10
i am young jeezy's big fan.due to his lyricks songs,inspire me a lot.your lyricks gives me caurage to do things the proper way.i like the song that says " my president is black,infact all your songs cos when im stressed,they cheer me up,theres a lot of guidends in your songs. KEEP ON DOING WHAT YOU ARE BEST AT. YOUR THE MAN
u da hottest shit | Reviewer: james | 10/28/09
young jeezy iz da hottest nigga eva. all his music got da best bass and hiz lyrics be rockin like shit and itz wat i can relate 2. da song i like best from him is burnin up. dat song had da car windowz shakin an erthing, young jeezy keep da streetz live and wantin more of da shit he drop.. u gotta show dez niggaz who da real rapper iz
WE LOVE MONEY | Reviewer: DERRICK NICHOLSON | 8/27/09
i ove the shit jeezy say and how he say it. i wish i could work with him cause i got some shit he need to say for us all. NFOOLISHWAYS@AOL.COM OR EVEN GET THE BOOK I WROTE, FOOLISHWAYS BY DERRICK NICHOLSON. US IN MIAMI LOVE JEEZY. SO KEEP IT UP, I KNOW I WILL
definately #1 fan | Reviewer: msjucee61 | 12/28/08
i am so tha number one fan of jeezy i know n tha world. i kno many say but only one prevails. This nigga made trappn actually kool. He is psychic he predictd the election on june 2. He is arrogant as hell, ma mos favorite quality in him. I kn o erethang bout him from his favorite food to his favorite strip club. Lets get it!
JEEZY IS DA REALEST IN THE RAP INDUSTRY.... | Reviewer: DELIHSHA TAYLOR | 11/13/08
LET ME FIRST SAY YOUNG JEEZY IS FINE AS HELL. HE IS DA REALEST HE JUST LIKE TUPAC AND BIGGIE THEY WERE DA REALEST IN DA GAME BUT NOW THEY LEFT ONE YOUNG NXXXXX BEHIND AND HIS REAL NAME IS JAY JENKINS IF I EVER MEET THIS BROTHER I FEEL SORRY FOR DA BROTHER THAT I AM WITH JEEZY GONE MEET DA BEST BRAIN SURGEON EVER AND I'LL BE LIKE DA COFFEE SHOP DA WHOLE CLICK GONE GET SERVED
The Realist Nigga | Reviewer: vita | 10/30/08
We all have hustles. I never hit the street without Jeezy in the cd player. I guess it was because I felt everything that came out of your mouth was real. You inspired me to go hard with my hustle. I had every cd including the mix cd. It was even more inspiring to me because I was a female and these niggas out here were hating because I was bring in more than they could even imagine for one month in a week. Keep doing what you doing. Everything I hear from you comes off as "The realist shit you ever wrote"
That real chick
the realist nigga alive with this rapp game | Reviewer: rere | 10/22/08
hey yall no who this be the biggest fan of young jeezy he is the raelist nigga and he is the best is music is killing gucci mane he ane't shit ilove young jeezy because of the @ music he make because i stay high he is the shit
MY ROLE MODEL | Reviewer: snowguy | 9/16/08
Sup star,you really good and always take my time to listen to your lyrics and it really inspired me man.
Man you are my role model and like you much man.
Hey Gucci maine you and your boys are hungary........jeezy is not your class so know who you gonna fuck with iight.
you boys are hungary so go to him to get the superplat and he will give you some part of the super cake to taste!!!!!!!!!!! hungary lions guccin maine and squad
MY ROLE MODEL | Reviewer: snowguy | 9/16/08
How many years did you spend in jail? And for what?i really like listening your music everyday,even if i am sleeping your music would still be playing in my room,i really like you man,you are my ROLE MODEL....................
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