A new rapper-run website partners to help find missing children, as Jeezy releases his next mixtape on his site.
After the success of 50 Cent's ThisIs50.com, we've seen other rap superstars, including The Game and Prodigy try to hone varying degrees of success with their own one-stop Internet sites. Young Jeezy appears to be the next, announcing late yesterday that USDA2DAY.com will be his own site for news, blogs, networking and multimedia content.
The site takes its name from USDA [click to read], Jeezy's group, who released their debut Cold Summer [click to read] just over a year ago on CTE/Def Jam Records. The launch of the site comes just a week before USDA's Blood Raw releases his My Life The True Testimony on June 17th.
In addition to standard content, Jeezy will use his website to increase awareness about missing children. The Atlanta rapper created an online partnership with MissingKids.com, allowing users to search and browse to help bring lost and kidnapped children home.
Lastly, this Saturday, Jeezy will unveil his next mixtape, The Prime Minister, available for free download exclusively on USDA2DAY.com.