Young Jeezy brought out a hip-hop all-star team, including Jay-Z and Kanye West, to celebrate the sixth anniversary of debut album "Let's Get It: Thug Motivation 101" on Monday night (July 25) at New York's Highline Ballroom. In addition, the rapper announced a Sept. 20 release date for his highly anticipated fourth album, "TM 103."
After hitting the stage around 11:30 pm and playing two songs, Jeezy brought out Jay-Z -- who was rocking a hoodie and gold chain -- for "Go Crazy (Remix)." Soon after, Jay's "Watch The Throne" partner Kanye West jumped onstage to deliver his verse from "The Recession" highlight "Put On."
Bun B, Fabolous and the LOX also took the Highline stage, with the latter group bringing the house down with a performance of "Wild Out." Along with "Thug Motivation 101" hits like "My Hood," "Soul Survivor" and "Trap Star," Jeezy played tracks like "I Luv It," "Go Getta" and new track "Ballin."
Since its July 2005 release, "Let's Get It: Thug Motivation 101" has sold 2 million copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan. If "Thug Motivation 103" does arrive in September, it will end a three-year absence since the 2008 release of "The Recession."