Shy Glizzy

September 2020, Shy Glizzy has released his final project in this series, 'Young Jefe 3' and he's definitely closing it out with a bang...

Brand new music straight out of the DMV from Shy Glizzy feat. Tory Lanez & Gunna “Do You Understand”. Shout for Glizzy for stopping by, hanging out with Angie Ang and dropping the exclusive off inside angie’s newness. Also Be sure to check out Glizzy on tour this summer alongside Playboi Carti.

On His 25th Birthday, Shy Glizzy released his eagerly awaited new tape “Quiet Storm” and sat down with Angie Ange for a breakdown of the tape. However, the two went from the tape to doing in-depth on the progress of Jefe. Check out the interview above and Quiet Storm below.  

Shy Glizzy AKA Jefe is closing out what has been a big 2017. With his career on an upswing and appearing on one of the hottest songs of 2017, Jefe had to bring it on the Bowie State Homecoming stage! Check it out above. RELATED: Hol’ Up: Chaz French & Shy Glizzy Team Up For A […]

Chaz's debut studio album 'True Colors' dropped earlier this summer and boasts features from BJ the Chicago Kid, Casey Veggies, Curren$y, and more.

Brand new video from the DVM’s own Shy Glizzy “Take me away”. This video was shot in Honor of the late 30 Glizzy who was killed in September. Be on the Look out from Shy Glizzy’s new Ep coming “Quiet Storm”. 

https://www.instagram.com/p/BO0a5m8DxWi/?taken-by=jefe Rapper formerly known as, Shy Glizzy, has changed his performance name to Jefe! The D.C. rapper interviewed with The Fader, about the release of his 2017 single, “One“, and the rollout of the project arriving, Friday, January 6, “The World Is Yours.” Ben Dandridge-Memco of The Fader asked: Why are you changing your name? Jefe Responded: I’m […]

The 12-track mixtape boasts no guest appearances, just Shy Glizzy and his production team.

Shy Glizzy freestyles over OT Genasis Cut It beat  addressing his chain snatching incident in Memphis this year.

It’s about damn time. After being months overdue, XXL finally unveiled their beloved Freshman Class issue. The famed hip-hop magazine maintains that picking this year’s class was just…