Monday, December 21, 2009
Young Jeezy Gets New Release Date for ‘Thug Motivation 103′
The release date for Young Jeezy’s upcoming Thug Motivation 103 has reportedly landed online showing it projected to drop in early 2010.
According to reports, the new album will be released in February.
Word is this came from the back of a ticket for an All-American High School football game that will be held on January 2nd which Jeezy is scheduled to perform at half-time. “Jeezy TM103 in stores February 9th This ticket is a revocable license, which may be withdrawn, and admission refused anytime upon refunding the printed purchase price.”
Last August, Jeezy updated fans on the record’s status.
“I have some new producers I’m going to introduce to the world,” Jeezy promised. “I like to set trends. I’m going to keep those names in the bag. I want it to be a big deal when you first hear them. There will be a few of the producers I worked from Thug Motivation 101 and The Recession such as Shawty Redd and Midnight Black. I’m just working, man. I’m not really picky when it comes to the production. I just like good music…I have the studio bus and the whole nine. I was already working on it, so I was where I wanted to be on the new album before I left. I recorded most of it at the crib in Atlanta. I’m just putting the icing on the cake, now. I’m going to do the rest on the road and just knock it out. The album will be out sooner than later…I’m going to take my time. That’s what the label people tell me. “Yo, hurry up, but take your time, because we want that sh*t to be right.’ Soon as my stuff jump off the stove I’m going to put it in the streets.”
He previously stressed the importance of not rushing its release.
“I’m taking my time this time,” he said in an interview. “I know where I really wanna go. This is my fourth time over. I did it three times — I’m gonna do it again…No matter what they think, I go harder to be an example for my homies and everybody around me. I’m trying to make cats better. So if you feel the rapping part is that serious to you, then you go with that. When you go with motivational speaking, you don’t want it to rhyme — you want it to make sense. If he sounds like he’s rhyming, it sounds like a jingle — like he’s trying to sell you a turkey burger or something…I got a joint called ‘I Got This.’ Then there’s ‘Suicide Music.’ I don’t wanna give it all up, because you’ll probably figure out where I’m going.”
The “Snowman” announced Kanye West’s involvement on the project last summer.
“Mixtapes, you know, I got a few coming out but I’m really more focused on this album,” Jeezy said in an interview last month. “I wanna change the way people think about stuff so I’m focused this album. The mixtapes, that’s gonna do what it do, but I want the album to be like, when you get it, ‘Ah, that’s crazy.’ I’m about 75 percent [done.] I wanna work with a couple more people and that’s about it. Kanye did about maybe six, seven joints on there.”