T.I. and Jeezy both dropped albums in the second half of 2014. Now that the two veteran ATLers have some time, they are making noise about a joint album.
"We've been talking about it for years, but we finally putting the execution part of it in the works," Tip told MTV News. "Usually, when we talking about it, either he’s working on finishing his album or I’m working on finishing mine. This is like one of the first times that we both putting our albums out around the same time. I’m done with my process, he’s done with his process, now we can collectively come together and do something together."
"Keep your eyes and your ears open," Jeezy said. "That's my brother from another right there. We stay in our bag, so, you know, I would just stay focused if I was you. It’s like we brothers, man. We just vibe. We go in there, have a good time, we make good music. It’s nothing that’s rehearsed or nothing that’s thought about; it’s organic."
The pair's recent albums (Paperwork for T.I. and Seen it All for Jeezy) failed to match the sales numbers of their previous works, which is part of an industry wide trend that seems to be especially effecting rap artists this year. Would a joint effort between the two old friends be enough to knock Hip Hop out of its sales doldrums?