Published by Gyant on Wednesday, October 5, 2011 at 11:36 am.
While temper tantrums was the theme over at Compound ATL, club Manson Elan was off packed with bottle poppers, phat booty chicks and the party leader DJ Tephlon.
Young Jeezy was the host of the night — despite his shady business practices of making appearances at two rival clubs. I was in the building and to call ot stoopid would be an immense understatement. DJ Don Cannon, RoscoeDash, Bossip’s Janee Bolden, myself and BET were in the building, along with many more.
Check the pictures below. It was definitely a good time.
Roscoe Dash and Don Cannon
The line is always stoopid. Like, around the building stoopid.
Recording artist Berner
While I doubt Club Mansion party goers will be seeing Jeezy anytime soon, you can rest assure the party never stops out in Decatur.
Published by Gyant on Thursday, September 29, 2011 at 11:09 am.
BET weekend officially starts tomorrow, and you already know people are trying to own the city with their meager celebrity parties. Though many try, nobody will have Saturday night on lock like The Mansion Elan.
Jeezy is scheduled to takeover the entire night moments after the BET Awards wrap-up. With the party master on the ones and twos, DJ Tephlon is guaranteed to own the night. Will you be there?
The address is 3593 Clairmont Road, Atlanta, GA. 30308.
Published by Gyant on Tuesday, September 27, 2011 at 7:16 am.
Don’t ask me why I am feeling so generous. Perhaps with the turn of my b-day I’ve realized life is too short. Or perhaps its because one of my favorite publicists Angela Watts is now on the AG Entertainment team.
While I’m still trying to figure it out in my head here’s the breakdown for one of the cities most popular night spots to be club Vanquish:
Alex Gidewon and AG Entertainment 2011 BET Hip Hop Awards Weekend Line-up:
Thursday, Sept. 29:
An Exclusive Birthday Extravaganza for Young Jeezy at Vanquish Lounge – 1029 Peachtree St. N.E. Atlanta, GA 30309 – 404.898.1704. RSVP to Thursdays@vanquishlounge.com - Guest list complimentary all night.
Friday, Sept. 30:
Diddy host the sexiest BET Awards party of the weekend at REIGN Nightclub – 1021 Peachtree St. N.E. Atlanta, GA 30309 – 404.898.1704. RSVP to Diddy@reignatlanta.com – Guest list complimentary until 11:30 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 2:
Floyd Mayweather at Velvet Room – 3359 Chamblee Tucker Rd., Atlanta, GA 30341 – 404.874.4460.
Doors open at 10 p.m. each night. Dress code is enforced at all venues. All guests must be 21 years-of-age or older.
Published by Gyant on Friday, August 27, 2010 at 10:37 am.
Rapper Young Jeezy is helping out the people in his community with some much needed school supplies.
From what I hear, Jeezy over heard some of the parents talking about how the kids from his community were getting ready to go back to school yet still lacked supplies. The controversial MC decided to give the kids book bags filled with notebooks, pens & pencils.
Gyant on BET.com is launching the very first urban comic strip to run daily on BET.com.
In conjunction with Digital Multimedia artist and super animator Aaron Archie, “Keep The Change,” is an exclusive comic that centers around a twenty-something year old guy named Ron, who has a roommate Kareem, and is dealing with life, relationships, entertainment, and the day to day grind.
Published by Gyant on Tuesday, August 24, 2010 at 4:16 pm.
Atlanta princess Ciara is gearing up for her new album release “Basic Instinct” and I’ve snatched some new promotional pictures. While details from the project are being quiet, I hear..well actually I haven’t heard anything. Have you?
Other then Cici’s and Keri Hilson’s new found beef that boiled over at a weekend event [more on that here], I dont get a sense there’s much interest. Don’t misunderstand me I know she’s still making crazy dough performing all across the world. But as far as new music goes snnnnooooozee.
Ciara’s album cover. Do we like?
Anyway, Cici’s got a new track out. The statuesque songstress has hopped on Jeezy’s “Lose My Mind” beat.
MTV caught up with Jeezy to explain himself on his new diss track “Death Before Dishonor,” and here’s what he had to say:
It’s not a dis. First of all, I’m not gonna get nothing out of dissing that guy. That’s one. What am I gonna get out of dissing him? I think sometimes people can read into things too deep. They trippin’, man. They crazy out there. Basically, if homie takes that as a dis, he’s insecure, and anybody else out there who does, they are insecure.
Um your honor I’d like to present to the Hip-Hop Court Exhibit A:
“Got damn hoe/ You got dem massive titties/ might as well roll with me/ to Magic City.”
Who the hell else in hip-hop got massive man boobs? I’m not throwing shots. It’s an observable fact!!
The defense rests.
What I find more interesting is how we the media still report on these “beefs” with any real journalistic integrity. Artist have become so calculated. Who’s to say both parties didn’t set all this up from the jump. #whenwillwelearn
Published by Gyant on Tuesday, August 10, 2010 at 10:06 am.
And here we go again. Only I don’t think I’ve witnessed two artists on the same level publicly beefin’ in a minute.
Perhaps Young Jeezy is salty at fellow label-mate Ricky Ross’ surge of success — especially after the former correctional officer dropped the controversial “BMF” featuring Styles P, which name checks Big Meech, the Black Mafia Family leader known to be close with Jay Jenkins.
Last night in the wee hours of the morning, my inbox was flooded with multiple links to the new diss record out of camp CTE called “Death Before Dishonor.”
Published by Gyant on Friday, July 9, 2010 at 2:29 pm.
Y’all know Gyant on BET continues to bring you all the exclusives, and today is no different. Check out some shots taken from the new Young Jeezy’s “All White Everything” remix featuring Yo Gotti.
Are we still on the “All White” theme? I thought it was sooo 2004, but I could be wrong. Anyway, Jeezy brought out Screewww, Slick Pulla, Trey Songz and the Hawks player Josh Smith.
Drumma Boy, Dj Infamous, Lil Bankhead and others came out to show luv too.
We here at G.O.B. have a lot of love for Young Jeezy, but am I the only one kind of wondering, and or questioning his relevancy in the game on a mainstream level? It almost seems like Yeezy is becoming more and more underground with each passing day.
[Jeezy and Big Rankin]
[Trey Songz, Jeezy, DJ Infamous]
No details as to what the video is about. I would have dropped by the set, but like usual CTE don’t think about the bloggers till they want something.