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youngjeezy Show time! I was born ready for this. Even prayed for it. Took a few penitentiary chances for it. It was Gods plan for me to be here. 10 years later haven't lost the focus!! Let's get it! #foxtheater #snowman #10thAnniversary #tm101 9h

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youngjeezy Game plannin. The only way to get from good, to great. #10th #july25th #foxtheater #tm101 5d
  •   kamib253 Just saw the 10th anniversary on tidal. It was great..mad I missed it live lol 21h
  •   snatcha_boss Was up with usda @youngjeezy bloodraw slick and u need to get shit back popen the streets waiting my nigga 17h
  •   sirmimbs Any Los Angeles shows coming up?? 9h
  •   trapsquadcartel Fuck Gucci mane snoop ass Nigga big c's Nigga how a Nigga gone come on another Nigga shit and hate u can't hate on greatness 5×2 hoover Crip eastcide polywood murdaworth Tx Google us Trap Squad Cartel #SOICEY FT LILKEKE DA DON #PRADAVEYDAPRINCE 9h
  •   kissthekickz Funny thing is when I was a little girl I was surrounded by so my hate foster care system and all music was escape.. But that song dreaming made me think one day things will be alright.. You won't even read this prob but I just wanted to say thanks to this day I look back and I think to myself I must have been dreaming I love you.. Show DC some love one day and I'll be there 9h
  •   mceachernerik Wow what a beautiful checking. 6h
  •   face_value83 Turned up all week wit u my guy Naptown was in the city @youngjeezy 2h

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youngjeezy What rap $$?? Your favorite trappers favorite trapper. #tbt #trapstar #10th #july25th 6d

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youngjeezy Rap game??? That BOI was a star at the Corner store!! #tbt #trapstar #10+ 7d

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youngjeezy They say you have your whole life to make your first album, and they might be right.
Some call it poetry, others call it the ghetto gospel, but the industry calls it "trap music." Go figure. Either way it's the voice of the streets, and we all know that when the streets talk, we listen.
I find it odd when people use a negative connotation like "trap music," when the message (lyrics) clearly states: make it out of your surroundings and be the best man and provider you can be. We call that being a boss where I'm from -- a self made individual that refuses to let his environment dictate his or her outcome in life. This body of work you see before you is just that.
Every experience, every up, down and close call. All the nights that you prayed you could make it to see another day. All the sacrifices you made for friends and loved ones you lost to the street life. I can't help but to think of all the obstacles I had to dodge and the times I was unsure. But I continued to keep my faith and hustle strong. I kept pushing!

When I said that the roaches were in the kitchen, I meant that! So now when I tell you the floors look like bowling balls, I mean that too. You can call it rags to riches, but I like to call it a boy becoming a man and believing in his dreams, goals and expectations. I never thought of "fame" or being accepted in this industry; my only thoughts were to represent and speak for every man, woman and child that was in the struggle and just wanted to make a better way of life, without taking no for an answer. With every song, verse and adlib on this body of work, you can hear that determination, that ambition and that drive in every word. If the album touched you in any way, just know that it was all for you.
I'd like to thank my fans and anybody that was a part of my journey. Here I am, 10 years later, doing what I love --motivating the people.
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