T.I. And Young Jeezy Announce Collaborative Album: 6-7 Songs Already Done

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In a video posted by MTV.com T.I. and Young Jeezy have announced a collaborative effort will be in the works.

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T.I. and Jeezy both recently released brand new solo efforts in "Paperwork" and "Seen It All: The Autobiography." Now the two Atlanta giants are coming together to produce what could be the South's "Watch The Throne." The announcement was made at a power 105.1 event and both rappers spoke on what will happen moving forward with the process.

T.I. says that it is really the first time they have released album's around the same time, which frees up time on both ends for them to come together and collaborate.

He also went on to say that they have around six to seven tracks already done and that it shouldn't take long for them to put the album together.

He says that promoting and marketing will be what takes the most time.

Jeezy says that the collaboration will be organic and that T.I. is his brother from another mother.

Both albums have garnered their own success so far.

The two rappers are arguably some of the best products from the South and have collaborated many times before. Fans of both are sure to be in for a treat when the project comes.


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