Jeezy Sets 'TM103' Release Date, Calls It His 'Best' Album Yet

After numerous delays, rap star Jeezy announced today (July 19) that his fourth studio album, "TM103," will be released on Sept. 28.

The album's first single, "Jizzle," is produced by longtime collaborator Shawty Redd and features Lil Jon. Among the other collaborators are Plies, Yo Gotti and Jay-Z.

"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.


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