Young Jeezy has added a voter awareness to the line-up of events celebrating the release of his third solo album The Recession, which hit stores nationwide yesterday (September 2).
In addition to a full day of events in his hometown of Atlanta, including an in-store appearance, concert and star-studded release party, it was announced that Jeezy and his CTE label mates and staff will host a voter registration drive on Thursday (September 4).
The CTE Voter Registration drive will be held from 5pm-8pm at Sean "Diddy" Combs Justins Restaurant, which is located at 2200 Peachtree Road in the posh Buckhead section of Atlanta.
In addition to encouraging fans and others in the local community to take part in the electoral process, Jeezy, who turns 31 in October, will also join in the process, by registering to vote for the very first time during this years presidential election.
In support of The Recession, Def Jam Records and CTE will also host a special Jeezy performance tonight (September 3) on Wednesday at the Tabernacle, bringing home a hectic promotional run which has seen the Def Jam trap star traveling across the country in the last two weeks.
The Recession features the popular Jay-Z remix to the Kanye West assisted hit single "Put On" as one of two bonus tracks added to The Recessions 18 cuts.
Young Jeezys album The Recession is expected to top Billboards Top 200 chart next week.