Young Jeezy Brings Out Jay-Z, Kanye During NYC Show
Six years after the release of 'Let's Get It: Thug Motivation 101,' Young Jeezy celebrated his debut with a special anniversary show at New York City's Highline Ballroom on Monday night (July 25), bringing out some of hip-hop's biggest names, and concluding with a highly-anticipated announcement.
Supported by a live band, Jeezy kicked the night off right with a selection of some of his debut's standouts, starting with 'Standing Ovation,' then segueing into "Let's Get It/ Sky's the Limit," before bringing out Jay-Z for 'Go Crazy (Remix).'
"See, ya'll in for a hell of a night tonight. I'm in New York City, I'm about to show my ass," the Snowman announced. "This is a celebration, baby! This is 'Thug Motivation 101,' can I pick up where I left off?"
During his horn-powered performance of 'Put On,' from his 2008 album 'The Recession,' Jeezy brought out the Throne's other half, Kanye West, then continued to march out some of hip-hop's biggest names as the night progressed, including Bun B, the LOX and Fabolous.
"I told y'all we just gettin' started. I'm like ya country cousin," Jeezy growled. "Y'all wanna take it up another notch? We'll do it forever! If you been ridin' with me since the beginning, make some noise!"
To close out the night, Jeezy announced that his long-delayed fourth album 'TM 103' will finally be released on September 20. "My n---a Kinky B. just told me that 'TM103' will be in stores September 20. Goodnight, I love ya'll!"