This week, Jeezy dropped off his Pressure album, the eighth studio album of his catalog. Outfitted with a diverse lineup of features, Pressure came equipped with appearances that ranged from the likes of Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole to Tee Grizzley and Kodak Black among others. So far, the effort has gone on to be another well-received addition to the Atlanta-bred veteran's repertory. 

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Yet, even in the midst of such a star-studded tracklist, the appearance, or lack thereof, of fellow Southern spitter T.I. in such a stacked lineup was a minor, but noticeable detail to those who have been awaiting another collaboration from the two men. In a recent sit-down with HNHH, Jeezy provided some hope, alluding to that rumored collaborative effort alongside T.I.

"It's just being in the right space to record," he began when asked about the possibility of the joint project. "...It's one of those things where if we're going to do it, we probably just got to go somewhere, have a great time, lock in, and get it done. At the same time, I already have my next ten steps in my head. So, I'll just have to figure out where that's going to fit in at. It's definitely possible, though."

When asked on the turn-around time for such a project, his response further provided a deal of optimism for the prospect of this effort.

"We'll finish it in two days, 24 hours. It can be done. ...So, if it's to be done, we can get that shit done in a day and a half if that was the case."

Catch Jeezy's remarks at the 8:30-minute marker, or catch the clip in full below.