It's a day of premieres for Young Jeezy: the rapper unveiled the music video for the single "F.A.M.E." featuring T.I., as well as a new track, "I Do" featuring Jay-Z and Andre 3000, on Friday (Nov. 18). Both songs are featured on Jeezy's forthcoming fourth album, "TM 103: Hustlerz Ambition," set to drop on Dec. 20.
Directed by Lance Drake, the darkly lit "F.A.M.E." video begins with Jeezy cruising along in a car at night. "All these haters, I'd kill them all if I could/Ain't scared of none of y'all, so you know my aim good," he raps, interspersed with images of newspaper headlines that read "Where is the Snowman?" "Jeezy Pushes Album Back Again" and "Young Jeezy Arrested in Atlanta," in lieu of his past DUI charges. Later, Tip appears with a match in hand and waxes poetic about trying to "make it through the storm."
Meanwhile, "I Do," which premiered this morning on Funkmaster Flex's website, recalls another wedding-themed cut that Andre 3000 jumped on -- UGK's "International Player's Anthem (I Choose You)" -- and finds Jeezy declaring, "I see some ladies in here tonight I might marry!" Andre's verse leaked over a year ago, but Jay-Z adds some fresh lines and asks a lucky lady to "cut that cake for me."
"F.A.M.E." and "I Do" are two of the handful of tracks Jeezy has issued from his upcoming fourth album, with ".38," "Shake Life" and "Ballin" all hitting the web earlier this year.