Young Jeezy Prepping New U.S.D.A. Album
Does everybody remember when they were speaking the names of Christina Aguilera, Britney Spears and Lindsay Lohan, with it all relating to Hip-Hop?
For those that weren't part of that circle, Young Jeezy was able to utilize his fixation with the drug game and these popular celebrities to describe that “White Girl” with his group U.S.D.A.
Since their 2007 album, Cold Summer (The Authorized Mixtape), the ranks of the CTE label has enlisted new soldiers for the army. Along with Slick Pulla and Blood Raw, Jeezy now has the likes of Boo Bossini, 211 and JW on his squad and he plans to showcase them with the release of a new group album.
With no mention of a release date as of yet, the group released the single “Bag Music” to serve as a warm-up before the true bout begins. The upcoming release has, however, been given mention to go out in early 2010.
“This album is not about just laying down another compilation of different lyrical creativity, but more about letting the streets know that U.S.D.A. is still united strong and fierce in that same branded Corporate Thuggin Way,” stated Young Jeezy.
As with every other group in rap, each went their separate ways in order to pursue a lifestyle as a solo artist as Jeezy did when he left from Boyz N Da Hood. As with most things, a person should be willing to let go and if it comes back, then it is where it needed to be.
Member Slick Pulla has been incarcerated since 2007 on a probation violation, but is on the verge of being released to a halfway house at the top of the new year.
And for those that are still salivating in anticipation to return to class and get a lesson in Thug Motivation: 103, the album is slated to hit around the time of the group album. So far, features have included Jay-Z, Ludacris, Kanye West, Fabolous and many more heavy hitters.
“Trap or Die II," “I Got This” and “Biggest Movie Ever” have all dropped and are expected to be on Jeezy's fourth helping.
Looks like class will be back in session 2010.
Listen to "Bag Music" here: