Young Jeezy is undoubtedly the realest rapper in the game.
For the past seven years, Jeezy has been giving the world a little thug motivation one album at a time.
Jeezy initially announced his highly anticipated album TM103: Hustlerz Ambition in the fall of 2009, now two years later, fans will finally get what they’ve been waiting for.
GlobalGrind caught up with Young Jeezy to find out all the inside details of creating TM103: Hustlerz Ambition, as well as his inspiration behind TM:103 Hustlerz Ambition documentary.
Jeezy’s highly anticipated album TM103: Hustlerz Ambition is set to hit store shelves December 20th.
Check out our exclusive interview below!
Global Grind: TM103, we’ve been waiting for this, which seems like forever. It leaked online already.
Young Jeezy: Yeah, I’m looking for the n*gga who leaked my sh*t.
What was the journey of putting together TM103? It’s been two years in the making.
It wasn’t really a journey. I had a few things happen in between, a couple things with some of my homies, a little light sh*t. I was always working. That’s why I kept putting out mixtapes. When I thought about it, I wanted to put the album out the top of the year, 2012. That was my plan. That’s why I do my albums with my own money, so I can control it. Because the labels wanna do things on their own time to meet their quotas. I get it. But sometimes when you’re making music for a culture, you gotta do it when the time is right. It becomes microwaved shit, put it in 15 minutes and you move to the next.
None of your album have been “microwaved sh*t.”
Because I always pay for them. So they gotta wait on me. They can’t out it out because they have no music.