Young Jeezy Net Worth: Age, Height, Weight, Bio, Wiki, and Career

Young Jeezy is an American rapper that has a net worth of $10 million dollars, and he was most popular during the early to late 2000s. He carved out his name as one of the top artists in this period with his unique raspy style of vocal delivery. Despite having mainstream success on radio stations like Hot 97 or MTV, Young Jeezy claims fame wasn’t what mattered to him – it was spreading messages about himself through music for people who live in their local neighbourhoods.

Early Life:

Young Jeezy was born in Columbia, South Carolina on September 27th of 1977. His parents weren’t married at the time and they soon separated. Jay Jenkins spent his childhood living with various family members after being abandoned by his father for three weeks when he was just two years old.

Young Jeezy’s real name is Jay Wayne Jenkins but many people know him as Young Jizzle or Yung Yeti because that’s how other rappers call him back home where he grew up – Campbellton St Marysboro County Georgia USA.

For the young Jay Jenkins, poverty was something that many people could only imagine. Hip-hop music became one of his few positive influences during this time and a career in hip hop seemed like it would be another way to get himself out of squalor. However, crime also attracted him as he found himself associated with the Crips – an American gang powerful enough to make some money selling black market cellphones or illegal drugs on the side while still looking for other more legitimate ways out.

Jenkins was just a teenager when he found himself in the Youth Challenge Academy, which seemed to make him realize what his purpose is. He emerged with a newfound sense of self-worth that differed from before and decided not to continue on this path leading only towards crime but rather be an entrepreneur instead.

Early Carer:

When Jenkins found himself with a growing interest in music, he took it upon himself to create his own record label. He called this imprint Corporate Thugz Entertainment and would later change the name of the company to CTE World because he felt like that described what they did best – making money off talent. Unfortunately for him, running a record label involved long hours doing paperwork behind desks when not recording or playing shows but Jenkins didn’t let these obstacles stop him from pursuing his dream; instead, he used them as motivation which led to taking matters into his own hands by producing some really catchy beats on top of having an ear for good vocals (and being naturally talented).

Jenkins is a rapper who began his career as Lil J. His 2001 album Thuggin’ Under the Influence was well-received, and he soon went on to release Come Shop Wit Me in 2006 with both tracks from this first LP plus previously unreleased material. Jenkins founded his own record label before releasing these two albums independently through that company’s distribution networks.

Breakthrough: 

Now known as “Young Jeezy,” Jenkins made an important move in 2004 when he joined the group Boyz n da Hood. Joining this Atlanta-based rap group allowed him to be represented by a record label for the first time – Bad Boy Records. After releasing his self-titled album, Young Jeezy was able to reach even higher levels of fame and success through solo ventures on behalf of their newfound home at Bad Boy Records.

Jeezy’s break came when his reel was seen by Shakir Stewart, the VP of Def Jam Records. After seeing Jeezy’s potential and sharing it with L. A Reid (the other major executive at Def jam), they both knew he would be an amazing signing for their label. This paved the way for him to become one of rap music’s most influential artists in modern times, while also being a role model who promotes positivity and success through hard work.

Young Jeezy was born to a family of hustlers and drug dealers. His upbringing in southern Atlanta, Georgia shaped who he became as an artist- rapping about the realities of life on these streets amid tales from his gangsta rap predecessors like Scarface and Tupac Shakur. Young Jeezy’s first studio album Let’s Get It: Thug Motivation 101 was released debuting at number 2 on the Billboard Top 200 selling 172,000 copies its first week with collaborations by Mannie Fresh and Akon among others.

Young Jeezy’s second album was The Inspiration, and it was released in 2006. In its first week, the rap artist hit number one on Billboard Top 200 with 350K units sold; he followed up his success by releasing another platinum-certified album entitled The Recession – which featured collaborations from Kanye West and Nas to name a few.

In 2009, Young Jeezy changed his name to “Jeezy.” He also announced the release of Thug Motivation 103. However, it wasn’t until years later that he finally released Thug Motivation 103 in 2011 and put out singles including a legendary track with Lil Wayne called “Ballin.'” When it was released on December 6th at number 3 on Billboard’s Top 200 charts after selling 233k units (within its first week), the album became another success for what is now known as Jeezy.

Later Albums and Retirement:

Jeezy is one of the most influential and successful rappers in hip-hop. After releasing a number of mixtapes, collaborating with top artists like Jay-Z, Kanye West and Drake he released his first studio album which debuted at #4 on Billboard’s Top 200 chart in 2014. In 2016 Jeezy had taken a break from music to focus on other ventures but returned three years later with two more albums before retiring fully from the business last year after five consecutive Grammy nominations for Album Of The Year as well Best Rap Performance/Song awards.

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