Leave You Alone featuring Ne-Yo (Album Version (Explicit))
Label: Def Jam Recordings
After four albums, Young Jeezy’s brand is well established, and he doesn’t alter it for his fifth. He lives in a thug world with occasional violence and no repercussions, from smoke-and-sex sessions on “All We Do” to flipping “white girl” bricks on “OJ.” Guest stars abound, and a few collaborations lead to sparks, including “I Do” with Jay-Z and Andre 3000, and “This One’s for You” with Trick Daddy. TM: 103 is strong enough to please his hardcore fans, but the platinum audience he drew with earlier Thug Motivation installments might skip this one.