As he prepares his next album, Young Jeezy is already discussing new plans and collaborations. The Snowman recently stopped by BET's 106 & Park to speak on his new collaborative work with Warren G, DJ Quik, Daz Dillinger and others but he also shared information about his upcoming Hustlerz Ambition tour and his aspirations to be on the big screen soon.
"I just left the west coast, actually," he shared. "I been out there with Warren G again, DJ Quik, Daz Dillinger and these are some of the people I grew up on. We've just been working. We're working on a new project. It's entitled It's the World. Y'all know what that is. Shout outs to Gangsta Gibbs, Freddie Gibbs, G.I. stand up. We working. I'm back in the studio...I'm hungry. I want it."
When asked about how he has been inspired by the west coast veterans, he explained that they have motivated him since he was younger.
"It's just that whole era," he noted. "That's what I grew up on. To work with those cats [like DJ Quik or Warren G), they really make music. When you sit down and listen to them tell you stories about things that happened with [Tupac] and the whole Death Row thing, it's just inspiration. It makes you want to go harder."
During the interview, which can be seen below, Jeezy also added that fans can expect him on "the big screen" soon. In the meantime, Jeezy is embarking on the recently announced Hustlerz Ambition tour, one that will touch down in Germany, London and Canada, among other places.