The world is yours and everything in it, it's out there- get on your grind and get it.

— Young Jeezy

The most fascinating Young Jeezy quotes to discover and learn by heart

Open your eyes, I'm a BLESSING in disguise


Let's say your past is your present and your present is your cash, So I look forward to the future.


Think you figured it out, but you don't have a clue.

Think you on top of the world, but the world on top of you.


I think I got a lot of life skills; I got a lot of wisdom; I've seen a lot of bad things happen to a lot of good people.


I used to hit the kitchen lights, cockroaches everywhere.

Hit the kitchen lights, now it's marble floors everywhere.


Anybody that's got a problem with me is probably envious or wants to be me, and that's how I've always looked at it.


Love don't love nobody got me feeling like, I shouldn't love myself


You gotta have life your way. If you ain't losing your mind, you ain't partying right.


Anybody that I ever dealt with knows that I'm a very focused individual, and when it comes to my work and what I do, you might have to play the back burner to that.


A lot of things come with fame, whether it's losing friends or losing family.

You still gotta stand up and be that guy even when you ain't having great things. Because you've gotta be the spokesperson for your people.


When money was plentiful, I was the first one who told you to stack it.

Live your life with it. Now that money slowed up, I'ma be the one telling you to save it like they ain't gon' make it no more.


I ain't a rapper; I'm a motivational speaker. I don't do shows; I do seminars. I really talk to people.


About Young Jeezy

Quotes 63 sayings
Profession Record Producer
Birthday September 28, 1977

I ain't never been the type of person out at the movies and holding hands and riding around listening to R. Kelly.


A lot of things come with fame, whether it's losing friends or losing family.


Politics isn't only about government. Politics is about the people.


Married to the game. If we're dancing with the devil at least teach us how to dance when the son of making dollars.


I'ma continue to make records, continue to make hits, continue to be what I am, legendary.


I guess now music is so saturated and so microwaved.

It's, like, 15 minutes in the microwave and boom, you've got something. Nobody's putting passion or any thought behind it anymore.


With rap, it's a funny thing. You can say things, and people can take 'em the way they wanna take 'em.


As long as I'm not selling out the people that ride or die with me, I'm glad I'm not an MC. I'm a motivational speaker. I'm not that rapper dude.


This rap game is just WWF; everybody wants points off somebody else.


On the real though, just being so young, then coming out of the hood and making it is just crazy to see. Just picking up a microphone and coming from the block, then being able to go around the world and really staying yourself and staying true to who you are.


I'm a motivational speaker.


Honestly, I'm on the road so much that I never really get a chance to go to baseball games.


My fans are my family, because they understand me and I understand them.


Anything that looks good makes you feel better.


I don't know how to be a rapper. I just know how to be me.


There were a lot of songs that I still wanted to put on the album but it worked out. I can only fit 18 [tracks] on the album, I would put 30 if I could.


You seen my shows; I bring the 'hood out.


When I hear people tell me they love what I do, no matter what the climate is, it makes me want to go harder, because that's what I'm out here fighting for - to get that love. You just want to be appreciated for being you and being the best you.


The craziest thing is that the song ["My President"] is real but you can still hear it in the club.


I can't speak for everybody, but sometimes, people get in this showbiz game and they get the money, but then they forget why they got in the game in the first place. I don't even look at it as fame, I just look at it as me being me, and me going out here everyday and being productive, because I am the product, and I'm selling myself. I'm selling my ambition and my integrity and my adversity, and I'd just like to be that.


It's not the average people that come to my show.


Every time I'm out and somebody tells me they love what I do, that's what I do it for. That's like my vice. That's like my high. When people understand that this is who I really am, and to be appreciated for your craft .


I never wanted to be a statistic. I never wanted to be that cat who tried and never made it.


I've got to pay $5 for gas just like everybody else.


It definitely changed the game. I happen to be in the game around [the time] when the internet kicked in.


I don't think nobody should compare me to anyone, 'cause, at the end of the day, you've got a 'Pac, you've got Snoop, you got Tip, you got Wayne - there's only one Jeezy, man. Ain't nobody walked in these shoes but me.


All my albums always go with the times.


I always try to go back and check my old stuff.

It's like watching the tapes of the game. You want to go back and go as hard as before.


I love the streets, and the streets love me back.

And when things ain't going the way they should go, they let you know... and when they happy, you gotta keep 'em happy.


A lot of people question how talented I am.

But I'm a real dude and I know real things and I've seen real people get their head blown off.


To be honest, I think about the clubs when I write.

But I should probably start thinking about stadiums, because the songs sound even better there - and bigger.


Music is all about leadership and there ain't really a lot of leaders.


I don't just do music for the clubs, I do music for the struggle.

I do music for everyday niggas, the kids who ain't got no sense of direction. I'm trying to restore some of the morals back into the game, as far as the street.


I think everybody knows my sound because I'm me, you know? But, on your fourth album, I think you've definitely gotta show growth because I definitely don't plan on being one of those cats that fade off. It's always about growing with me; I grew up over the years.


John McCain... looks like a fraud to me.


I felt it was necessary. I never ever paid attention to any election. Not really [into] politics or anything like that. It never benefited us. This time around, it's not a black-or-white thing — you got somebody in there for us that's well-spoken and gonna handle their business. I just wanted to do my part and let them know we need change, we need help, it's rough out there.


Sam Jackson is like the Jeezy of Hollywood: He's for his people.