Megan Thee Stallion, Jeezy, YSN Flow and Iceberg, Lil Eazzyy, and Omah Lay all have albums you need this week.
Laughter encourages us to listen closely to the odd spaces between the bars and the beats.
The South Carolina producer breaks down his hits for Drake, Young Thug, and Jeezy.
Jeezy's third album was as timely as it was timeless.
Producer Djay Cas' journey from meeting Jeezy to earning an album placement was a seven-year roller coaster of emotions.
When I eventually woke up, Jeezy played the record for me and I was like, "Wow!"
"They worth all this money and have all this power, but they might be wearing the same clothes all week."
"We're not telling you to go get high, we're not telling you to pop all the Xannies you want to take."
From Rick Ross to Jeezy to Rick Ross again, the veteran producer ruminates on the duo's biggest songs.
Death is the goodbye that most will not choose, but retirement is the formal farewell you’re allowed to make.
The hood-certified classic was recorded well before Obama was elected to office.
Jeezy doesn't like to make comparisons, but fuck it, why not?
And yes, they are both albums.