The (Re)Session Podcast by Jeezy

The (Re)Session Podcast by Jeezy

Grammy-Nominated rapper, entrepreneur and philanthropist Jay “Jeezy” Jenkins is taking on a new role. “The (Re)Session Podcast by Jeezy”, part of the Black Effect Podcast Network, gives listeners and longtime fans an opportunity to experience a new side of the world-renowned artist. On the show, Jeezy connects with powerful people who have success or expertise in a particular area of discussion for more context and understanding. He tackles serious topics with his high-profile guests, including the history of systemic racism in America, the role of faith and spirituality during trying times, and dealing with grief during a global pandemic and social upheaval.

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January 12, 2021 60 min

Jeezy sits down with MSNBC Chief Legal Correspondent and host Ari Melber. They discuss the fallout from the attack on the nation's capitol, President Donald Trump's legacy, and the connection between music and politics.

Jeezy also shares a few stories about working with Jay Z and Andre 3000, and why he didn't get invited to the White House while Barack Obama was in office.

This episode is based off the song "Here We G...

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In this episode of the (Re)Session Podcast, Jeezy speaks with rapper, actor and entrepreneur E-40. He discusses his roots in Vallejo, CA, how community influences music, longevity as an artist, Verzuz, his business ventures, stories from college, cooking and much more!

This episode is based off the song "Ghetto," one of the tracks on Jeezy's latest album, The Recession 2.

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On this episode of the (Re)Session Podcast, Jeezy interviews political commentator and prison reform advocate Van Jones. They discuss Van's reaction to Joe Biden's presidential victory, the state of incarceration in America, faith, working across the political aisle to achieve change, and what's ahead in 2021.

This episode is based off the song "Modern Day," one of the tracks on Jeezy's new album, The Recessi...

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On this episode of the (Re)Session Podcast, Jeezy sits down with actress and singer Demi Lovato. She discusses how she became an entertainer, collaborating with Jeezy on The Recession 2, the double-edged sword of fame, her struggles with mental health and sobriety, and becoming an anti-bullying advocate.

This episode is based off the song "My Reputation," one of the tracks on Jeezy's new album, The Recession 2.

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Jeezy interviews comedian and media mogul Byron Allen, the founder and CEO of Entertainment Studios. Byron discusses his mindset for success, economic inclusivity, the link between the Black and Jewish communities, and the value of education.

This episode is based off the song "Almighty Black Dollar," one of the tracks on Jeezy's new album, The Recession 2.

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Jeezy sits down with board-certified psychiatrist Dr. Jess. They discuss the stigma of seeking help for mental health issues, swap personal stories about depression, and how people can access resources around them to find help and stay safe.

This episode is based off the song "Therapy For My Soul," one of the tracks on Jeezy's new album, The Recession 2.

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Jeezy sits down with Philadelphia rapper and healthcare advocate Freeway. They discuss Freeway's battle with kidney failure, the recent passing of his son, his support for president-elect Joe Biden and the work he's undertaking to push for healthcare reform.

This episode is based off the song "The Glory," one of the tracks on Jeezy's upcoming album, The Recession 2.

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Jeezy sits down with New York Times best-selling author and life and business strategist Tony Robbins in the debut episode of the (re)Session Podcast. The two discuss Tony's journey from homelessness to success, the power of mindset during difficult times, overcoming fear, finding inspiration and much more.

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