Young Jeezy Speaks On Emotions In Hip Hop And In His Own Life

Young Jeezy says Hip Hop has always been an emotional type of music, shares his thoughts on marriage and love.

While Atlanta rapper Young Jeezy may be known for being one of the more aggressive rappers out he did take some time recently to speak on a few less aggressive topics with NecoleBitchie.com including love and relationships as well as the trend of Hip Hop sounding more emotional.

When asked about artists like Drake releasing much softer, emotional Hip Hop songs Jeezy gave his thoughts on what exactly makes a song emotional.

“Hip Hop has always been emotional,” Jeezy explained. “I feel like with me, a lot of my stuff comes across as rough. I speak from stress, I speak from pain, anxiety and so my music comes out real aggressive. But that’s because that’s the emotion I’m sharing. But I’ve always thought my music was emo, I just choose aggressive tracks. But aggressive times cause for aggressive measures. You can try to finesse it but the emotion has always been there, so I think what’s happening now is artists are choosing more finessing tracks. There’s still the same amount of emotion – they may be talking about other things – but what you’re really hearing are softer tracks.”

Later in the interview Jeezy spoke on marriage and love explaining that he has no plans on marriage in the immediate future and that he's more concered with his music. He also revealed that he thought he was in love once or twice but was instead misled into believing he was. 

“It would take a lot. I was put here for a reason. It’s not like I get up and practice how to be Jeezy. I really live this life. And my career, my music, the game, that is my life,” said Jeezy when asked about marriage. “And for me to get married, I’d have to find somebody to ride with me. That takes a lot of balance. This is 24/8. I’m in the studio, or gone a lot. And not to mention that chicks dig me, so it’s hard to find that trust. More importantly, it’s hard to deal with somebody who’s already in love with something else.”

“I had a female or two that I thought was down, but over time things change – you start to see the real person and their real motives. So no, I wouldn’t call it love. I thought it was at the time, but I was wrong.”

Jeezy’s Thug Motivation 103 will be released on Tuesday, December 20th.

RELATED: Young Jeezy's "TM103" Standard & Deluxe Tracklists Revealed

 

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12 Comments

  • Anonymous

    24/8 is not possible. LIAR!

  • Beantown Breezy

    Guess what hiphopdx...most rappers are emotional because they are NOT real street thugs.Not the rappers from back in the day,but these sensitive tight assjean wearig tickle holes claiming to be mc's.Young Jeezy sucks,his name is wack, and he is simple on the mic.I ahte Rick Ross with a passion for what he stands for, but he is tighter lyrically than this crab.

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  • Lilmarcci JonesCd

    Jeezy you just need to worry about your album. All you need is that trap beat, and your lyrics can be positive but not too much cuz u know niggas wanna party, put that smoking sh*t in there that most of these crack heads listen to

  • The Troll Police

    I thought I'd find you bastards YADIG and Ricky Rozay here. I have direct orders to give you a life by any means necessary. I don't want to award y'all by shooting you or sending you to prison where you can happily give men butt and mouth while being fed three times a day and housed for free. No sir, that's too much like right for the likes of you two low life bitches.

    • ETK

      because he's on every comment section polluting the fuckin place, that's why some ppl care (tho i'm indifferent)

    • slapyobitchass

      dude shut hte fuck up! People can do what they want online so why do you care. Yadig I'm sure is a troll and that dude Ricky Rozay or whatever is just a moron, but why the fuck do you care?

  • Ricky Rozay

    Damn hiphopdx you must be on this niggas payroll. Every fuckin day anohter post on this lame nigga and his soon to be wack album. No one gives a shit about this nigga. His time is over. He hadn't been relevant since Ross ethered his career. enough shit, get some real artists on here that actually get they music released. Bawse!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Harvey Charlie

    I agree hip hop is built off emotions

  • YADIG

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    • Lemar Green

      Yo, I was on my phone readin this shyt and caught wind of this faggot ass response... YADIG, please kill yoself BYTCH. QUIT BRINGIN FAGGOT AZZ YOUNG MONEY DICK RIDING POSTS ONE EVERY MUTHAFUCKIN ARTICLE, I'm tired of seein tha shyt! If, I'm feeding tha troll, fuck it, I don't care, tha shyt had to be said. A lot of us real hip hop head could give a flying fuck bout Baby's (cuz let's be real, I've NEVA 1nce seen an album say copyright YOUNG MONEY ENTERTAINMENT. U'll neva fuckin see it cuz Wayne is Baby's SLAVE. YM fans in themselves are SLAVES/CLONES so take that bullshyt elsewhere. Same goes to these FLAW/FAGGOT ASS MMG/RICK ROSS (ST/F)ANS. Jeezy, AFAIK, has kept it 1000%, tha nigga been (more or less) consistant. STFU

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