Young Jeezy to Drop U.S.D.A. Album in November
An announcement has finally been made about the release date of an album starring Young Jeezy. No, it’s not his highly anticipated, long delayed solo LP, TM 103, but the Snowman does have a treat for his fans. He’s coming with his family. Young’s crew, U.S.D.A., are dropping their sophomore disc, The After Party, on November 15 on SMC.
The first U.S.D.A. LP, Cold Summer, came out in 2007 and consisted of Jeezy, Slick Pulla and Blood Raw. Since then the camp has been expanded to include Boo Rosini and Slick Pulla. Blood Raw isn’t on this album.
The first single by the collective is called “Look At The Club” and the initial street offering is “Outta Here.” Info about guest collaborations and producers is forthcoming. However, a spokesperson for the project says the LP’s recording process has been completed.
Meanwhile, there is still no word as to when Jeezy’s TM 103 is coming. The Snowman has just released a single however. It’s called “F.A.M.E.” and features his good friend T.I. —Shaheem Reid