When Jeezy brought out everyone (except for Jay Z) at his Let's Get It: Thug Motivation 101 10th anniversary show earlier this year, we reminded you just how influential that album really is. That night, featuring spot-on appearances from Kanye West and André 3000, felt downright cinematic. Thankfully, Jeezy knows best and has released a mini-documentary charting the development and execution of ways to properly honor a classic album.

"I chose to do it at the Fox [Theatre]," Jeezy reveals during the 11-minute doc. According to Jeezy, his team originally wanted him to do it at the much larger Philips Arena, but Jeezy was adamant on keeping the show as intimate as possible. "It’s not even about me and my ten years," says Jeezy. "It’s about the city I love and represent."

The thoroughly stacked doc features legendary pop-ins from the aforementioned André 3000, as well as a particularly timely rendition of "Put On" featuring a definitely-into-it Kanye West. Jeezy, of course, is currently in the final days of anticipation ahead of his new album Church In These Streets, a full-length effort preceded by the recent Politically Correct EP.