Jeezy's U.S.D.A. Readies "The Afterparty," Blood Raw Replaced By New Members
New details emerge in Jeezy's side-project, as Slick Pulla remains in the group, but three new faces close with Jeezy are officially knighted.
Despite planning his fourth solo album, Young Jeezy and Corporate Thugz Entertainment did not release any albums in 2010. With TM 103 planned for mid-2011 release, CTE announced last week that Jeezy's group, U.S.D.A. (United Streets Dopeboyz of America) is planning a sophomore album, The Afterparty, to hit record shelves by spring of this year.
Whereas 2007's Cold Summer, was a U.S.D.A. lineup compromised of Jeezy, Slick Pulla and Blood Raw, a new group is in place four years later. Blood Raw subsequently left CTE, and has been replaced in the group by JW, California's 2Eleven and Mississippi's Boo Rossini.
Jeezy's former group, Boyz N Da Hood, also went through several lineup changes after the Atlanta, Georgia superstar left to pursue solo interests.
Details on The Afterparty are still pending, HipHopDX will keep you updated.