Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Young Jeezy releasing album with USDA in November

By The Hip Hop Writer
Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer

Since Young Jeezy cannot land a secure release date for his long-awaited TM103, he has decided to go back into the studio with USDA. Four years ago, Young Jeezy released an album with his group. But, in the time since then, Jeezy has focused on his solo career.

Things have drastically changed for Young Jeezy, over the past four years. When he released the first USDA album, Jeezy was the focal point of the new Def Jam South. In 2009, Rick Ross took this title and advanced his career. Now, Young Jeezy finds himself in a middle of a feud with Rick Ross.

No one has confirmation, Rick Ross hinted at being behind the delays to Young Jeezy's album. For two years, Young Jeezy has been trying to release TM103. There were to be no more delays in 2011, but the album was pushed back, once again. Now, Young Jeezy is teaming up with his team to release a new album.

"Outta Here" is the street single and "Look At The Club" is the first official single. The album is said to have been completed and it will be released on November 15. The life is called The After Party and it will be released on SMC.


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