South Carolina rapper Jeezy stopped by to sit down with the LA Leakers Justin Credible and Dj Sourmilk to talk about his Trap or Die 3 album.
The album which is the third part of an existing series features 16 tracks with features from people like Chris Brown, Lil Wayne French Montana and many more.
When asked why he continued to follow this pattern with Trap or Die he said,
“I had to take it back to the basics to what got the streets crackin in the first place.”
Trap or Die became number one on the Billboard 200, becoming Jeezy’s third album to top the chart.
But topping the charts doesn’t end there, this recent album is currently the number one album in the country.
Recently Jeezy sat down with Lary King on his show Lary King Now and discussed his views on Homophobia in Hip-Hop.
During the interview he took the time to show respect to new rapper Young M.A. who’s song OOOUUU made it to number three on Billboard saying;
“It’s a young lady that’s clearly made it, obviously she’s gay but she’s doing very well right now.”
when asked why hip hop does have too many rappers who are homosexual, he responded saying;
“I guess culture-wise it just doesn’t match with it, what Hip Hop represents,” Jeezy says. “You know, Hip Hop is about being tough and just really being dominant and just being individual with it.”
His new album Trap or Die 3 is available in stores and on Itunes right now.
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