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Young Jeezy Sets 'TM103' Tour Dates, Announces New Single

Young Jeezy Premieres 'F.A.M.E.' Video, Issues Track with Jay-Z & Andre 300

After triumphantly celebrating the sixth anniversary of his debut album "Let's Get It: Thug Motivation 101" this week, Young Jeezy has officially announced the Sept. 20 release of his fourth full-length, "TM103," as well as a 31-city tour leading up to the release. A new single, "Shake Life," will also be serviced to radio on Aug. 1.

The new album is set to include two versions of the song "I Do" -- the first will feature Jay-Z and Drake, and the second will feature Andre 3000. "TM103" will also include previously released tracks "Lose My Mind" and "Ballin"; the latter is currently at No. 15 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.

Young Jeezy Brings Out Jay-Z, Kanye, Bun B in NYC: Video

Young Jeezy showed off some new material during a show at New York City's Highline Ballroom on Monday night (July 25), in which Jay-Z, Kanye West, Bun B and others joined the rapper onstage to toast "Thug Motivation 101." Jeezy also celebrated the anniversary of the album, which has sold 2 million copies since its 2005 release according to Nielsen SoundScan, at a show the following night at the Buckhead Theatre in his hometown of Atlanta.

The forthcoming release of "TM103" follows a three-year wait since the release of 2008 disc "The Recession" and a number of delays. Jeezy's upcoming tour, which kicks off this Friday in Dallas, will be supported by Freddie Gibbs, the Indiana native who signed with Jeezy's CTE (Corporate Thugs Entertainment) label last April.

Here are the dates for Young Jeezy's upcoming tour:

Jul. 29: Dallas, Tex. (The Palladium)
Jul. 30: Houston, Tex. (radio show tba)
Jul. 31: New Orleans, La. (House Of Blues)
Aug. 2: Charlotte, N.C. (Fillmore)
Aug. 3: Myrtle Beach, S.C. (House Of Blues)
Aug. 4: Richmond, Va. (The National)
Aug. 5: Norfolk, Va. (NorVa)
Aug. 6: New Haven, Conn. (Toad's Place)
Aug. 7: Philadelphia, Pa. (Theater of Living Arts)
Aug. 9: Boston, Mass. (House Of Blues)
Aug. 10: Providence, R.I. (Lupo's)
Aug. 12: Cleveland, Ohio (House Of Blues)
Aug. 13: Dayton, Ohio (Hammerjax)
Aug. 14: Louisville, Ky. (Mis Factory)
Aug. 15: Kalamazoo, Mich. (Kalamazoo State Theatre)
Aug. 17: Fargo, N.D. (The Hub [outdoor])
Aug. 18: Sioux City, Iowa (Tyson Center)
Aug. 19: Milwaukee, Wis. (Rave)
Aug. 20 Kansas City, M. (Mammoth)
Aug. 21: Lincoln, Nebr. (Pershing Auditorium)
Aug. 22: Tulsa, Okla (Elm Casino)
Aug. 23: Denver, Colo. (Ogden Theatre)
Aug. 24: Salt Lake City, Utah (In The Venue)
Aug. 25: Phoenix, Ariz. (Celebrity Theatre)
Aug. 26: Las Vegas, Nev. (Pearl @ Palms)
Aug. 27: Tuscon, Ariz. (Rialto Theatre)
Aug. 30: Los Angeles, Calif. (House Of Blues)
Aug. 31: San Francisco, Calif. (Mezzanine)
Sept. 1: Portland, Oreg. (Roseland)
Sept. 2: Seattle, Wash. (Showbox at the Market)