He supports Barrack Obama.
He did a song with Akon called "Soul Survivor".
Jeezy did a song with Ludacris called "Grew Up A Screw Up".
He recorded the song "Say I" with Christina Millian as well as the music video.
Working titles for his album The Inspiration, were The Inspiration: Motivation 102 and Street Money.
At first, Jeezy wanted to have a background role in the music industry instead of being a rapper.
He wears a snowman pendant around his neck made of entirely diamonds.
He is in the remix to Lupe Fiasco's song Superstar.
He held an event in Atlanta called "1,000 Toys for 1,000 Kids" in December of 2007. It was a toy giveaway for 1,000 children in Atlanta.
He did a song with Kanye West called "Put On".
His nickname "The Snowman" refers to the drug cocaine, for which the word "snow" is a slang term for the drug.
He is featured in the song "Love In This Club" with Usher.
He is known for using a scratchy voice in his songs.
Young Jeezy released his first independent album, Thuggin' Under the Influence (T.U.I.), in 2001 under the name Lil J.
He is featured in the video game Def Jam: Icon.
His 2006 album, "The Inspiration," went platinum.
He released five singles from the album "Let's Get It: Thug Motivation 101".
His album "Let's Get It: Thug Motivation 101" is 75 minutes and 2 seconds long.
The following are producers of his album "Let's Get It: Thug Motivation 101":
Antonio "LA" Reid
The following are the producers of his album "The Inspiration":
Young Jeezy (exec.)
Demetrius "Kinky B" Ellerbee (exec.)
Antonion "LA" Reid (exec.)
Kevin "Coach K" Lee (co-exec.)
Shakir Stewart (co-exec.)
Cool & Dre
His album "The Inspiration" is 80 minutes long.
He produced his album "The Inspiration" along with Demetrius "Kinky B" Ellerbee.
T.I. considers Young Jeezy to be his brother. Even though they are not related at all.
He is good friends with Cam'ron, Fabolous, Akon, Bun B, Young Buck, Ludacris, The Game, and T.I.
His album "Let's Get It: Thug Motivation 101" sold 172,000 copies in its first week.
He used to be known as Lil' J before changing his name to Young Jeezy.
His latest album titled "Let's Get it: Thug Motivation 101". It was released on July 26, 2005.
After Hurricane Katrina he opened his house to victims.
He started his career in 2000.
His debut album has been certified double-platinum with over 2 million copies sold.
He is CEO of Coporate Thugz Entertainment.
He is good friends with Jay Z.
He is 5'10".
He is a former member of Boyz N Da Hood.
As of January 2007, he has 2 albums.
In 2006, he held an essay contest for Atlanta teens.
On March 12, 2006 he was arrested after an alleged shootout involving some of his friends in Miami Beach, Florida.
He has a 10 year old son who is mentioned in Jeezy's songs.
Young Jeezy is signed under the following record labels:
Young Jeezy: I have a way with words and I know how to hustle.
Young Jeezy: I did the mixtape run, but on mixtapes you can't really give people you.
Young Jeezy: Like my niggas, my older cousins was the first generation of niggas around here getting money. My cousin Jo Jo, Lil' Dave, so it was like I was with them. That's where I lived, me, my mom, my aunt and all us. We stayed in Mechanicsville, Decatur, it's just so many places. That's why I know all the niggas in the city and they know me. My family was like the niggas who was on, getting the money and shit. It was like everybody knew them so I was always known as lil' cuz. We was living with them so every time so we had to actually up and move too. I was all over. That's why I know niggas from the East Side, West Side, South Side. I really know every nigga around this muthafucka just on the strength of that. I think that's got a lot to do with why my shit is catching like it is because a lot of niggas know me and can vouch for me.
Young Jeezy: Georgia dog, because what it is, my family in southern Georgia and I was between ATL and there. I'm from GA. I've been in South Georgia and ATL all my life, back and forth. I think I left ATL came back and came back again. I wouldn't say one without the other. Niggas know I'm from the ATL and then niggas know me from being down that way.
Young Jeezy: CTE is my record label, Corporate Thugs Entertainment. Me and my nigga Kinky B own that. We're managed by Coach K. USDA is my group. My nigga Slick Pulla, and my nigga Fi Chief, and my nigga Big Dank and myself, that make up USDA -- United Streets Dopeboys of America. I'm about to drop a street album with the fam. We got a couple little singles off that. When we do our shows niggas love it.
Young Jeezy: There's always a good day when your head is above ground.
Young Jeezy: Let's get it!