How can [artist id="1243444"]Young Jeezy[/artist] outdo himself this year? Well, Jeezy has just been announced as the headlining act for one of the biggest hip-hop concerts of the year: Atlanta radio station 107.9's 14th annual Birthday Bash.
Jeezy has the task of closing the concert that also features [artist id="2000082"]Rick Ross[/artist], [artist id="1938028"]Gucci Mane[/artist], OJ Da Juiceman, [artist id="2814953"]Soulja Boy Tell'em[/artist], Yung L.A., Trey Songz, Young Dro, Hurricane Chris, Jeremih, Keri Hilson, F.L.Y., Lil' Will, Pleasure P and Plies. Birthday Bash 14 takes place June 20 at Philips Arena in Atlanta.
At last year's Birthday Bash, [article id="1589381"]Jeezy stole the show[/article], bringing [artist id="1230523"]Kanye West[/artist] and [artist id="1270"]Usher[/artist] onstage, among others.
"I gave you a show," Jeezy told us backstage after last year's show. "[At the] Birthday Bash two years ago, I brought out Jay-Z. Shout-outs to Hov. It's about topping it. Making people step their game up. Relationships is everything. When you really know people, you tell them, 'Come through, we got Birthday Bash. Be there,' and they there? To me, that means everything. This year I called out Dream, Kanye, Usher, Blood Raw. ... I'm from Atlanta, so they pretty much see you every day. They know you gonna come out, but when you bring those special people out, it just gives it that extra umph. Me, personally, I take pride in Birthday Bash. Birthday Bash 13 was mine, by the way.
"Shout-out to Kanye, he flew all the way in," Jeezy added about West, who had another concert the same night. "I had to throw him a private jet courtesy of Young." Usher flew in last year from Japan.
Jeezy had a huge moment last week at [article id="1613406"]Hot 97's Summer Jam[/article] in New Jersey when he brought Jay-Z and Drake onstage for his set.