Here's what he had to say on it:
"When I work on albums, I like to be focused. I want to appreciate the end result before I push it onto somebody. I want to get the right features, the right feel. It was a timely process, but it's worked out because I'm 100% happy with it."
"I think it's all my albums mixed into one; from "Thug Motivation: 101," to "Inspiration," to the "Recession," Jeezy says of "Thug Motivation 103: Hustlerz Ambition" . "I think over the time I grew and evolved so it's like I wanted to take a little bit of that "TM: 101" with me, a little bit of that "Inspiration" with me, and a little of that "Recession" with me, to have that "TM"103" class. We've been through all these three steps, it's everything one one page. Let's see if you pass."
"My mind hasn't changed since the first day I stepped in the door. It's always been the same," he says. "My mind frame has been strong through out the bullshit and I stayed focused. My message is if I can do all that with the weight on the world on my soulders then I know you can. That's what being ambitious is about. That's what being a hustler is about. The system didn't work for us we made it work. The industry didn't work, i didn't give a fuck. That's on them, they got to deal with it. But I know the people love me. The streets love me."
Check the interview in the video clip below.