TM:103 Hustlerz Ambition is the fourth studio album by American rapper Jeezy. It was released on December 20, 2011, by CTE World and Def Jam Recordings. The album had been delayed for nearly two years, missing several purported release dates which have all been denied by representatives from Def Jam Recordings. The album marks the third and final album in his Thug Motivation series, along with Let's Get It: Thug Motivation 101 (2005), and The Inspiration (2006).
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Here he's driven by the hunger to put things back where they were and live up to TM:103's official subtitle, Hustlerz Ambition, along with its unofficial one, Trap or Die Tryin'.
Album · 2011 · 14 Songs. Though delayed several years past its original release date, it's well worth the wait for Jeezy's legions of fans around the world. It's loaded with the usual skittering, clap- and chant-infused beats from .
TM: 103 Hustlerz Ambition. Hip-hop has transformed in the three years since Jeezy’s last album. Lil Wayne has returned daffy verbosity to the pop charts; Drake has opened new veins of emotiveness; and Rick Ross has taken Jeezy’s spotlight, rapping about drug-trade hedonism with booming gravitas. How does Jeezy react to all this? Mostly, he ignores it. Jeezy stays stubbornly true to form on TM:103, rapping with minimal embellishment about getting rich (and high), treating beautiful cars poorly and beautiful women worse. The beats, produced by Southern luminaries like Drumma Boy and .
Let me start by saying that I have not been a huge Young Jeezy fan, for one main reason: all of his songs sound the same. I mean, granted, many rappers rap about the same things over and over again( Lil Wayne, Ace Hood, et., but he seemed to rap about the same topics on the SAME exact beats. Repping his hood, calling out haters,bragging & talking about him moving drugs over the banging, Lex Luger type beats with the crazy bass. And that’s fine, I love that stuff in moderation, but it gets redundant after a while. That’s what Jeezy had become to me: redundant . So, because of this blatant repetition, I wasn’t even going to listen to his album, TM 103: Hustlerz Ambition. That is, until I heard . M This song- which leaked a month or two ago- surprisingly, had a different sound to it.
|CD-2||What I Do (Just Like That)||4:17|
Featuring – Fabolous, Jadakiss
|CD-5||Way Too Gone
Featuring – Future
Featuring – 2 Chainz
|CD-7||All We Do||5:04|
|CD-8||Leave You Alone
Featuring – Ne-Yo
Featuring – Jill Scott
Featuring – T.I.
Featuring – Andre 3000, Jay-Z
Featuring – Devin The Dude, Mitchelle'l*, Snoop Dogg
|CD-14||This One's For You
Featuring – Trick Daddy
Featuring – Freddie Gibbs
Featuring – Lil Wayne
|CD-17||Lose My Mind
Featuring – Plies
|CD-18||Never Be The Same||4:01|
|DVD-1||A Hustlerz Ambition||90:00|
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