Jeezy Announces New Album 'Pressure' for December

Courtesy of Def Jam Recordings
Jeezy

The Snowman is officially back. Jeezy is ready to kick Snow Season into full effect and is gearing up to feed the streets with a new collection of trap anthems. In a short teaser video posted to his social accounts, Jeezy announced the release date for his forthcoming album, Pressure, the follow-up to 2016's Trap or Die 3. 

In the visual, a crisp, snow-white Lamborghini pulls up to an unknown location, with light flurries falling from the sky. As the doors of the luxury car open, Jeezy steps out dressed in a black fur coat and slightly opens the coat to reveal a diamond-encrusted snowman chain. A new Jeezy track provides the soundtrack for the clip, as the southern trap star repeatedly raps, "Ball hard, go bigger." 

Towards the end of the short visual, the date "December 15" appears on the screen. Jeezy captioned the video, "PRESSURE 12/15." Shortly after posting the video clip, Jeezy followed up with a photo of a diamond against a black screen, which could possibly serve as the album's artwork. 

Pressure will be Jeezy's eighth studio album, trailing behind the rapper's 2016 album Trap of Die 3, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. Watch the teaser clip for Jeezy's upcoming album below.

 

PRESSURE. 12/15. #TrustYaProcess

A post shared by @jeezy on

 

Never Fold Under PRESSURE 12.15.17 #TrustYaProcess

A post shared by @jeezy on


THE BILLBOARD BIZ
SUBSCRIBER EXPERIENCE

The Biz premium subscriber content has moved to Billboard.com/business.


To simplify subscriber access, we have temporarily disabled the password requirement.