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Young Jeezy

industry -- as a businessman, not as a rapper. Years before making his first Def Jam album -- Let's Get It: Thug Motivation 101, released in July 2005 -- he set up Corporate Thugz Entertainment and promoted Cash Money releases.

From there, he branched out as a label boss and artist in his own right, releasing albums and mixtapes. Come Shop wit' Me, his independently distributed debut from 2003, allegedly sold more than 50,000 copies. As a member of Boyz N da Hood, he was behind a self-titled album (released just weeks before Let's Get It) that debuted in the Top Ten of the Billboard album chart. Driven by the hit "Soul Survivor," Let's Get It: Thug Motivation 101 eventually did even better, nestling at the number two spot in the Top 200.

The Inspiration: Thug Motivation 102 followed in late 2006, and by that point, Jeezy had become one of the most prominent MCs.

Andy Kellman, All Music Guide

Young Jeezy Discography

The inspiration album cover The inspiration

Released: 2006-12-12

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$nowman album cover $nowman

Released: 2006-05-30

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Lets get it  thug motivation 101 album cover Lets get it thug motivation 101

Released: 2005-07-26

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Young Jeezy News Headlines

Young Jeezy Locked Up For Behaviour At Strip Club (Posted on May 25, 2007)

Young Jeezy The Snowman Announces A Cold Summer (Posted on March 26, 2007)

Young Jeezy And The Game To Take Center Stage (Posted on February 23, 2007)

Young Jeezy And Paul Wall To Appear At Fox Theatre (Posted on May 12, 2006)

Young Jeezy Explains The Snowman (Posted on October 2, 2005)

Young Jeezy Songs and Videos

Young Jeezy - Dont Do It

Young Jeezy - Welcome Back

Gorilla Zoe ft Young Jeezy - Hood Figga Remix

Young Jeezy Reviews

The Inspiration (Posted on April 29, 2007)

Young Jeezy Release Dates

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Reaction Comments

Comment by DJ Kats, on 5th November 2009


Hotest rapa frm atlanta keep speatin those rhyms

Comment by angelangelius, on 21st March 2008


I love young jeezy too!!!!

Comment by mouthpiece, on 25th January 2008


This nigga from hawkinsville and he need to rep it

Comment by chingy lin, on 12th November 2007


He is the atlanta gansgter. I lov it

Comment by FatBeezy, on 18th June 2007


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8) that white girl that shit crunk

Comment by sureno13, on 6th June 2007


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Young jeezy one of the tighest rappers ever bitches

Comment by siblingz, on 18th May 2007


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Mc hammer will kick the crap out of him

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Lol

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;p;

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Cool

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Jezzy

Comment by Clev PHI, on 26th March 2007


The reason hip hop is falling apart. What's funny to me is people really think hes a good rapper.

Comment by Chamillionaire$, on 4th March 2007


A great rapper who has made great songs like I luv it, my hood and soul survivor

Comment by badnews, on 9th November 2006


He's one of the few southern dudes I like

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