Young Jeezy Headlines First Tour, Planning USDA Album

Roughly

three months after the release of his platinum-certified album, The Inspiration,

Atlanta’s trapper turned rapper Young Jeezy will soon hit the road for the

Street Dream Tour and release a new album.The

two month long tour will feature appearances by a number of Hip-Hop heavies including

Jim Jones, Baby, Lil’ Wayne and Fat Joe on various dates. The

Street Dream Tour also will be Young Jeezy’s first time headlining his own

major national tour. Along

with the Street Dream Tour, Young Jeezy also has plans to release the first album

by his group USDA, United Streets D-Boys of America, early this spring. USDA

consists of Young Jeezy, Atlanta’s Slick Pulla, and Panama City’s Blood

Raw. The

group has yet to name the label that the album will be released on. The first

single from the group, “Check,” will hit radio later this week. Young

Jeezy’s newest single “Go Getta” featuring R. Kelly has steadily

climbed the charts, entering the Top 40 on Billboard’s Hot 100 Airplay

earlier this week. The

“Go Getta” video was recently featured on Black Entertainment Television’s

(BET) Access Granted and 106 & Park. Young

Jeezy also made an appearance at BET’s first annual Hip-Hop Awards where

he was a part of three different performances. The

Street Dream Tour opens March 3 in Charlotte, North Carolina and ends April 29

in Los Angeles. Other dates for the tour are as follows: MAR

3 CHARLOTTE, NC CRICKET ARENA MAR

11 ORLANDO, FL CONVENTION CENTER MAR 15 RICHMOND, VA RICHMOND COLISEUM

MAR 16 GREENVILLE, SC BI LO MAR 17 HAMPTON, VA HAMPTON COLISEUM

MAR 18 JACKSONVILLE, FL JACKSONVILLE ARENA MAR 23 CINCINNATI

OH US BANK ARENA MAR 24 MACON, GA CENTROPLEX MAR 25 NASHVILLE,

TN MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM MAR 28 TOLEDO, OH SPORTS ARENA COLISEUM

MAR 29 PROVIDENCE, RI DUNKIN DONUTS CENTER MAR 31 LOUISVILLE, KY

LOUISVILLE GARDENS APRIL 1 BALTIMORE, MD 1ST MARINER APRIL 5

LITTLE ROCK ALTELL ARENA APRIL 6 KANSAS CITY, MO KEMPER ARENA APRIL

8 NEW ORLEANS, LA NEW ORLEANS ARENA APRIL 12 MILWAUKEE, WS US CELLULAR

ARENA APRIL 13 INDIANAPOLIS CONSECO FIELDHOUSE APRIL 14 ST. LOUIS,

MO SCOTTRADE APRIL 15 MINNEAPOLIS, MN TARGET CENTER APRIL 19

HOUSTON, TX TOYOTA CENTER APRIL 20 DALLAS, TX CONVENTION CENTER

APRIL 21 EL PASO, TX COHEN STADIUM APRIL 22 SAN ANTONIO TBA

APRIL 29 LOS ANGELES USC

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