Jeezy is celebrating another year of life with the announcement of a new career move.
Like Joe Budden with his podcast and Fat Joe with his Instagram Live show, the Snowman is taking a chance on the other side of the mic with a new talk show. Waking up on his birthday Monday (September 28), Jeezy announced the pending arrival of Worth A Conversation on Fox SOUL.
“Happy G Day To Me,” he began. “Another year, Another endeavor. It has been my passion and my drive to inspire, motivate and educate my culture. Every song I’ve ever written, every word I’ve uttered came from a real place and this is no different. Worth A Conversation, is self explanatory. I will talk about issues that directly affect my culture and it’s people. From the front porch conversations to real life situations Worth A Conversation is bridging the gap. My own show, starting Oct 14th 7pm PST 10Pm EST I’m excited to be a part of the FOX Soul family and can’t wait to introduce you to Jay ‘Jeezy’ Jenkins. #WorthAConversation @foxsoul.”
Jeezy has yet to commit to his rap retirement, however, so the show won’t be his only outlet. On the 12-year anniversary of his album The Recession earlier this month, Jeezy teased a possible sequel to the platinum-certified effort.
“12 years ago today I wrote The Recession, one of my best album to date,” he wrote with a video showing pictures of fans asking for Recession 2 and comparing news clips from 2008 and now. “As you can see we here again.”
Jeezy had announced 2019’s TM104 as his final album, but quickly ended his retirement in March 2020 with a 7-track tape named Twenty/20 Pyrex Vision. Revisit the effort below.