Last night, Young Jeezy's Street Dreamz Foundation partners with the National Lighthouse Foundation yet again for another series of giving back to the community. The night included a dinner meal at Justin's, music, dancing, and gift give-aways to underprivileged kids in the Atlanta community. To top it off tickets to the Hawks vs. Magic game were given to every family in attendance. Jeezy and CTE try to give back to the community every chance they get, we are thankful for… Continue
They speak on how they got discovered and how they met up with Young Jeezy. They talk about what it's like to work with Young Jeezy. U.S.D.A tells their fans what to expect from the new mixtape "CT 4 Life", what they have learned from being in the industry, their clothing line & much… Continue
As we mark the 12th anniversary of Tupac Shakur’s death, I couldn’t help but think of all the hip-hop figures who left us long before we could complain of how bored we are of their music. While it’s true that death is terrible no matter when it strikes, this list aims to acknowledge 10 hip-hop artists who showed flashes of brilliance but never had a chance to reach their peak. [Disclaimer: This list ONLY includes artists aged 30 and younger.]… Continue
Young Jeezy claims his second chart-topper on the Billboard 200 as "The Recession" starts at No. 1 this week. The Def Jam set moved 256,000 copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan, 92,000 short of the 352,000-unit start for his previous No. 1, 2006's "The Inspiration."
For the first time in 14 years, the newly reunited New Kids On The Block enters the chart with "The Block" (Interscope) at No. 2. The album was led by the… Continue
The recession may be in full swing, but Young Jeezy is livin’ good. His first two albums, Let’s Get It: Thug Motivation 101 and The Inspiration, served as tutorials in gettin’ money and achieving success and made him a platinum trap star. His appearance on Usher’s number one single “Love in this Club” this year made him a pop star. But Jeezy isn’t one to gloat. His third album, The Recession, which debuted at number one on Soundscan, is a heartfelt… Continue
Atlanta rapper (and friend to Sandrarose.com) Young Jeezy will have the #1 album in the country next week with his thrid studio album, “Recession”.
Jeezy knocked all other competitors out the box with impressive one-day sales of 250k. Jeezy recently put his money where his mouth is by shelling out thousands for back-to-school supplies for Atlanta area kids.
And last week Jeezy registered to vote for the first time, and put on for his… Continue
With Young Jeezy’s new album, The Recession, hitting stores today, SOHH decided to catch up with various members of the hip-hop community to get their take on our nation’s declining economy and rising gas prices.
When it came time to start recording his third album, Def Jam rapper Young Jeezy wanted to attack a subject matter that everyone in America can relate to, the current economic recession.