Although weekend reports claim Young Jeezy‘s Thug Motivation 103 solo album will miss its September 20th release date, the “Snowman” has now provided the LP’s tracklisting.
Despite neither confirming or denying its 9/20 release setback, Jeezy gave fans a closer look at what to expect from the follow-up to 2008’s The Recession.
“TRACCLISTING THATS ALL! I MAKE IT ROUGH ON THESE N*GGAS. SIDEBAR TWITTER GANGSTA GO TO TWITTA JAIL. ITS THE WORLD!http://pic.twitter.com/Jc2U2xM,” he tweeted Monday (September 12).
“1. Talk 2 Me 2. Real Is How Ya Feel 3. Supa Freak 4. Trump 5. L.M.M. 6. Nothin 7. Never Be The Same 8. 38 9. Higher Learning 10. Change Ya Life 11. I Do 12. Trapped 13. Lil Homies 14. Errythang 15. This Ones For You” (Young Jeezy’s Twitter)
Weekend reports suggested Jeezy’s long-awaited solo effort would miss its scheduled release date next week.
The album, the long-awaited third installment in Jeezy’s Thug Motivation series, is no longer dropping on September 20, and a new date hasn’t been announced. This delay is just the latest in a succession of hold-ups that have plagued the album since 2009. Two singles from TM 103 have already dropped, “Ballin’,” featuring Lil Wayne, and “Shake Life.” (BET)
During a special New York City performance in July, the rapper said his album would drop heading into the fall.
Taking the stage at Highline Ballroom, Jeezy revealed that his oft-delayed fourth LP will drop this fall. “My ni**a Kinky B. just told me that TM103 will be in stores September 20. Goodnight, I love ya’ll!” he told the crowd at the end of his 75-minute set, which featured appearances from Jay-Z, Kanye West, Fabolous, The Lox, and Bun B. (Rap-Up)
TM103 producer Drumma Boy recently talked to SOHH about Jeezy’s delayed LP.
“I’m extremely therapeutic to everybody I work with,” Drumma Boy told SOHH. “So it’s not like I”m just selling beats or passing off beats for ‘this’ person to rap on and ‘this’ person to rap on. I might just have a conversation with you that changes your life or I might tell Jeezy one or two things that he could do to flip around. It’s things like that, that can really help the moves that he makes. We look out for each other like that. It’s more of a therapeutic situation, making sure he gets what he needs. I did a record with him and Travis Barker. We got a special guest on the features, so stay tuned to that. I mean, Jeezy is a, when I speak on consistent grind, he has to be probably the leader in that category as far as consistency and how many records he’s doing and how much he’s doing with the clothing line and how much he’s doing on tour, overseas, with the kids and charity events.” (SOHH)
Check out some recent Young Jeezy footage below: