Taylor attended Compton High School, where most students who were affiliated with gangs were Crips.
Young Jeezy released his first music album on August 31, 2001 by the name Thuggin’ Under the Influence (T. I.) via his independent record label Corporate Thugz Entertainment (CTE). In 2009, Jeezy appeared in the comedy movie Janky Promoters as himself.
on November 29, 1979, in Compton, California, a low-income crime-ridden city, situated south of downtown Los Angeles and in southern Los Angeles County. At 13, one of his older brothers, Jevon, was shot at a gas station and died soon thereafter.
He grew up in a primarily Crip gang neighborhood known as Santana Blocc, In an October 2006 interview with MTV News correspondent Sway Calloway, The Game described his family as "dysfunctional". When he was 15, Taylor was removed from the foster care system and moved in with his mother, and he initially had a tumultuous relationship with her.
My mom had me go live with my uncle to get a better education in the suburbs than in the hood. This is the story about the Fugees: I had this vision of me in theses two girl. She says, 'She's still in the eighth grade.' I said, 'Eight grade? We were able to build incredible showmanship."The Making of "The Score""'The Score' [is] probably one of the most incredible experiences [of] my life. When we'd get a little bit of extra money we'd go to Kentucky Fried Chicken and get some biscuits; That was our highlight. There's been two or three experiences in my life and it sounded differently [each time].
Cot damn.' She's like, 'But no, you have to meet this girl. It was hateful, it was happiness, it was sadness, it was bitterness, it was lust… Summer of '95 was considered a record breaking summer in New York; One of the hottest summer in New York. It's like seeing or hearing something and your third eye opens.""I'll put it like this: Adam and Eve, from the bible, were running around the Garden of Eden naked. ' I felt that each time, but there are moments [where] it was more heightened then others.""10% Dis" and Beef Amongst Female Rappers"To me it's all a part of hip-hop.