There's exactly two months to go before Young Jeezy drops his highly anticipated fourth studio album, 'Thug Motivation 103: Hustlerz Ambition,' and the ATL native is dropping a new track to whet fans' rap appetite before the LP's release.

'.38,' produced by Lil Lody, comes shortly after 'F.A.M.E.,' a track Jeezy performed alongside T.I. at the 2011 BET Hip-Hop Awards earlier this month. On the song, which features fitting gunshots and a beat that sounds as if an orchestra was used to craft it, the 34-year-old rapper finds himself speaking for the streets and boasting of his "CEO" status.

"I don't think they know the time/ Heard the streets f---ed up, I can see the signs," he snarls.

The Def Jam signee spits lines like "I'm in that purple Lamb, lookin' like some dirty Sprite" and "Got 'em stacked long and wide like some Lego blocks," proving he's not shy in showing off his pricey rides nor his cold hard cash.

Jeezy's 'TM103: Hustlerz Ambition' is due Dec. 20. With the deluxe edition album release, a Samuel L. Jackson-narrated DVD will be featured to coincide with the LP. The film is scheduled to debut prior to 'TM103' dropping.