Jeezy Celebrates ‘Seen It All’ Album Release at Concert With Bobby Shmurda, Remy Ma [VIDEO]
Jeezy wasn't doing so hot about a week ago. Tuesday (Sept. 2) marked the release of the long-awaited 'Seen It All: The Autobiography,' so it was time to put legal troubles to the side temporarily and celebrate. The stars came out for the rapper's album release concert at Stage 48 in New York City on Wednesday (Sept. 4).
The guests ranged from those who got hot in the 2000s to the relative newcomers. The biggest from the old school was Remy Ma, who performed her verse on DJ Khaled's 'They Don't Love You No More' and 'Whateva.' This year coincidentally marks the 10th anniversary of 'Lean Back.' Remy Ma obliged the occasion by performing the hit.
Akon also came through to perform one of Jeezy's signature songs: 'Soul Survivor.' The 2005 song happened to coincide with Jeezy's perspective on 'Seen It All.'
“We still standing here, standing tall, and that’s why we 'Seen It All," Jeezy said.
The new school was represented by the hitmakers. Southern rhymer Future, who just reconciled with Ciara, showed up to perform 'Move That Dope' and 'No Tears,' while Brooklyn's own Bobby Shmurda did 'Hot N----' a few times for the packed crowd.
Check out the Remy Ma performance above and the rest of the aforementioned below.
Watch Jeezy Bring Out Remy Ma to Perform
Watch Jeezy Bring Out Bobby Shmurda to Perform