Jeezy is ready to put on for his city -- along with five others -- as he tours the U.S. for his Church in These Streets concert series.

The "Hard" rhymer announced that he will hold live performances starting in New York City on Nov. 12, one day before his album, Church in These Streets, is set to be released.

Afterwards, Jeezy will continue to Chicago, Philadelphia, Los Angeles and Atlanta before ending the shows in New Orleans on Nov. 27.

Da Snowman has been rolling out a solid campaign for the upcoming album. He drops knowledge, music videos and behind-the-scenes footage in his #SundaySeries movement. He also released a documentary detailing his Seen It All tour this week. And while Jeezy is still one of the trap's greatest, he's never been shy about getting political. It seems his next album will take on even more serious tones as well.

"With the poverty level at an all time high, it’s damn near impossible for one to take care of him or herself without the possibility of prison or death. You have law enforcement officials gunning down unarmed black men. You have misinformed young men gunning down unarmed women, children and men in churches, movie theaters and public events," the Atlanta rapper wrote in an open letter. "There’s a war going on, but you have to ask yourself, who is the enemy? They ask why you black males are so militant? My answer to that would be because they are making us soldiers. Soldiers in a war on humanity. We have nothing to lose and everything to fight for. We are fighting for our people; we are fighting for our right to live.”

Get the info on Jeezy's upcoming concert series below.

Jeezy's Church in the Streets Concert Dates

Nov. 12 – New York, N.Y. – Highline Ballroom
Nov. 17 – Chicago, Ill. – Thalia Hall
Nov. 18 – Philadelphia, Penn. – Union Transfer
Nov. 22 – Los Angeles, Calif. – Mayan Theatre
Nov. 25 – Atlanta, Ga. – Tabernacle
Nov. 27 – New Orleans, La. – House of Blues

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