Young Jeezy may not really have a spaceship, but he along with The Game are going to get their own satellites with XM Radio.
The Game and Young Jeezy are delving into the world of satellite radio. The hip hop-heavyweights, known for their hardcore persona and street-savvy records, are debuting their very own shows on XM Radio later this week. Reportedly, the hour-long shows will appear on XM’s channel 66 Raw Hip Hop station and will comprise of different hosts who will play music and interview artists each week.
The Game’s show, Black Wall Street Radio, will feature the West Coast gangsta rapper himself, and a roster that includes Juice, Nu Jersey Devil and Dj Haze. The show will air at 8 p.m. Eastern every Friday starting June 6.
Jeezy’s show, C.T.E. Radio, will debut on June 7th. The show will feature Jeezy along with other hosts such as Blood Raw, Slick Pulla, Roccett, 211, and DJ Infamous. The show will air at 6 p.m. Eastern every Saturday.
Most notably, both superstars are releasing their third solo albums later this summer. Game’s L.A.X. is set to hit stores July 8 and Jeezy’s The Recession: Thug Motivation 103 is set to be released on July 29.