It's been almost ten years since Young Jeezy dropped his 2005 debut album Let's Get It: Thug Motivation 101, but the Grammy-nominated rapper has stuck close to his roots. Though he's explored new territory in his numerous solo releases, mixtapes, and collaborative work with the United Streets Dopeboyz of America (U.S.D.A.), Jeezy still manages to pay tribute to his Southern hip hop origins, and audiences appreciate that his live concerts represent his full repertoire. With Young Jeezy tickets, fans are bound to a hear career-spanning set, from “Soul Survivor” (featuring Akon) and “My Hood” from his first album to “White Girl” and “Corporate Thuggin’” off U.S.D.A.’s 2007 debut Cold Summer. Always bringing his top form to the stage, Jeezy is known to tour with a host of A-list (or soon to be) rap and R&B artists, along with the occasional surprise guest. In October 2013, Jeezy released "In My Head" from his upcoming fifth studio album, building anticipation for the release and accompanying tour in 2014.