Interview: Brian “B.Dot” Miller
Despite the recent drama, Young Jeezy’s been busy from the top to the bottom of the map. Last month, he dropped the mixtape, Trappin’ Ain’t Dead and announced the title of his fourth album, Thug Motivation 103. In part two of our interview, Da Snowman discusses his latest projects, Kobe, and LeBron.
The reception from your mixtape, Trappin’ Ain’t Dead has been real positive.
A lot cats thought it was an album, but I ain’t even look at it like that. When I do mixtapes, I don’t just do it like it’s just street music, I do it as if I was recording a record, a regular song. It came out good though. I got another tape about to drop with DJ Scream in a few and its called, I’m On My Way and I mean, that’s pretty much where I’m at now. I’m working on the album, Thug Motivation 103. This gotta be the one right here cause I’m going back to my roots. I just feel like it was an intervention thing. Everybody was like you need to do this, you gotta do that if you wanna be big. I was like, “man, I’m big in the hood,” I think that’s good enough. That’s who I’m supposed to be, feel me?
Asylum bumped his album up to Sept and Radric tells the 1515 Boys he ain’t go not title for it yet.
“It’s hard for me to come up with a great title,” he said of his LP. “ It’s so much going on right now. I gotta think of a good name. I thought it was coming out a little later than that, so I gotta get on my game. I’m going into the studio next week and make my whole album.”
Sidebar: Wait a minute, Snoop’s callin’ his album, Malice In Wonderland? Ha! FAIL.