After numerous delays, rap star Jeezy announced today (July 19) that his fourth studio album, "TM103," will be released on Sept. 28.
"It's one of the best f*****g albums -- even if it wasn't mine -- best well-produced, all around record, best thing I ever put my vocals on," Jeezy said on a conference call with DJs.
Video: Jeezy talks 'TM103,' premieres "Jizzle"
It's a "classical" album, Jeezy added, saying he "poured my heart out on this one. I just went in and whatever came out, that's what I did."
"TM103" follows Jeezy's 2008 album, "The Recession," which sold 952,000 copies in the United States, according to Nielsen Soundscan, and debuted at No. 1 on the 200 chart. "Jizzle" arrives on the heels of Jeezy's "Lose My Mind" track with Plies. That song reached No. 5 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs charts, selling 250,000 downloads.
Additional reporting by Gabriella Landman, N.Y.