Jay Wayne Jenkins, better known by his stage name Young Jeezy, is an American rapper from Atlanta, Georgia. In 1998, he launched the label imprint CTE World.

Jeezy - Goldmine (Clean)

He may have been laying relatively low, but winter is officially coming.

DJ Infamous ft Jeezy, Ludacris & Yo Gotti - Run The Check Up (Clean)

It's hard to imagine what the check would look like after a night of hanging out with Jeezy, Luda and Yo Gotti. DJ infamous does well to translate such an event into song. Let's just hope for his sake that they split the bill.

Kas Din - The Difference Feat. Jeezy

In 2001, Dr Dre asked the immortal question "Whats the difference between me and you?". Back then it was about making music and beef in the hip-hop game. Well in 2016, Kas Din is back alongside Jeezy to offer the modern version of the differences between them and us...

K Michelle ft Jeezy-Love Em All (Clean)

Some people only fall in love once and that's enough. Others fall in love time after time. K Michelle might belong to the latter-at least that's what the guys think. She keeps the possibility of settling down open but until then, she'd rather keep her...

DJ Drama ft Young Thug, Jeezy & Rich Homie Quan-Right Back (Clean)

We know Young Thug, Jeezy and Rich Homie Quan have some dough, but "Right Back," is a testament to just how easily these guys replenish whatever they spend. The rappers are so loaded and talented that they can buy the most extravagant things, "200 on...

Young Jeezy ft Lil Boosie-Beez Like (Clean)

Young Jeezy's "Beez Like," featuring Lil Boosie, is a story of exactly that: what it's like on the streets and what it takes to come up to a spot at the top. Jeezy's verses allude to his life slingin' drugs and his status as a "true hustler," while Boosie...

Ne Yo ft Young Jeezy-Money Cant Buy (Clean)

In contrast to Rick Ross in his remix of "All I Ever Wanted," Ne Yo and Young Jeezy seem to know and respect what's up with affection in "Money Can't Buy." Ne Yo and Jeezy both have a little bit of money, thanks to the music industry, but the only thing...