Jeezy headed to the Big Apple to celebrate the release of his fifth solo LP, Seen It All: The Autobiography. Fans of The Snowman packed Stage 48 in Manhattan, NYC, as the Atlanta trapper-turned-rapper held an album release concert hosted by HOT 97. Along with rocking hood classics, street anthems, and hit songs spanning his solo career, Jeezy called on a few friends to join him on stage.

Akon (“Soul Survivor”), Future (“Way Too Gone,” “Move That Dope,” “No Tears”), and Remy Ma (“Whateva,” “Lean Back,” “They Don’t Love You No More”) all made appearances. The loudest reaction belonged to GS9’s Bobby Shmurda and Rowdy Rebel, who performed the summer anthem “Hot Ni**a” twice. Spotted various times throughout the show, G-Unit’s Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, Young Buck, and Kidd Kidd also came out to support Jeezy, whose new album is expected to debut No. 2 on the album charts next week.

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