Trap pioneer Jeezy will drop his new album TM104: The Legend of the Snowman at long last this Friday, and he's said that it's his final record. To coincide with the imminent release of the project, Jeezy stopped by Sway in the Morning to talk about how he actually might have another album in him just yet, but it won't be released by Def Jam.
"It's definitely the last Thug Motivation installment," Jeezy replied when asked whether it actually was his swan song. "I always planned on doing four installments of the Thug Motivation [series]," he added.
Jeezy has been with Def Jam since 2004, and released his debut album Let's Get It: Thug Motivation 101 in '05. As well as his chat with Sway, Jeezy stopped by the Breakfast Club to support the new album, and he noted TM104 will be his final Def Jam release.
"Definitely the last on Def Jam," he replied when asked about it being his farewell LP.
He also explained how some of his closest friends in the music industry clowned him for a fashion choice. "My homies called me, like I had some Balenciaga boots, man," he explained. "These things a mass hysteria, and I thought they were the flyest boots in the world. ... Trey Songz called me tellin', 'We got a group chat going, they killing you cuz.'"
He joked that he was the one responsible for the boots, insisting there was no stylist to fire after he got clowned. "I guess my timing was bad," he added.
Jeezy recently took shots at Donald Trump on his Meek Mill collaboration "MLK BLVD," but he explained at the 6:30 point of the Sway interview that he still has respect for Trump on some level. "I respect his business but that don't mean I want him to lead me," he said. "I don't think I like him as a person, I respect him as a businessman." He also said that he has yet to see a Democratic President candidate he's interested in voting for. "That guy made everybody think it's easy," he added.
Watch the full interview with Sway above, and check out his interview on the Breakfast Club below.