Looks like Jeezy has been able to maintain the success from an album standpoint. Hits Daily Double estimates that Young Jeezy's 4th album TM:103 Hustlerz Ambition will debut with an estimation of 200-225K in the first week. It could possibly be lower or higher since this is based off of 1st day sales. Jeezy's last album The Recession debuted with 260,000 copies sold in 2008.
Jeezy's first album Let's Get It: Thug Motivation 101 debuted with over 172,000 sold in 2005 and his sophomore album The Inspiration: Thug Motivation 102 debuted with 352,000 copies sold in 2006. Looks like Jeezy is keeping up with the sales despite the numerous pushbacks of the album and the fact that he really has not had a radio single to pair with the album like previous times.
Sidebar: Common is expected to sell between 55-65K with The Dreamer, The Believer which is his 9th set.