Young Jeezy's 'Thug Motivation 103: Hustlerz Ambition' has been delayed for almost two years now, but with the album finally arriving on December 20th, the rapper has unveiled the disc's crown jewel, "I Do." The track co-stars Andre 3000, coming off his highlight reel guest spot on Drake's "The Real Me," and Jay-Z, making his first appearance since the worst verse of his career on Rihanna's "Talk That Talk." (Seriously, he's dreadful on that cut.) With Andre 3000 on board, "I Do" is even in the style of OutKast's bar-raising "Da Art of Storytellin'" series right down to the soul samples, but while The Amp usually fawns over every Three Stacks verse, but there's a feeling of déjà vu with this appearance:
Oh, we know why: It's exactly the same as the mysterious "I Do" verse that leaked in the summer of 2010, with the same samples, "Baby I'm hell, save it on bail," and everything. Only now, 18 months later, it has reappeared with Young Jeezy at the reins and Jay-Z in the passenger seat. Still, it's great to hear two of the greatest rappers of our time -- Jigga and 3K -- on the same track together since 2007's "30 Something (Remix)." In 2003, Jay-Z made a cameo on OutKast's 'Speakerboxx/The Love Below', but he only featured on the Big Boi half of that record for the 3000-less track "Flip Flop Rock."