Lil Boosie

New Mixtape: Boosie Bad Azz – ‘Life After Deathrow’

Life After Deathrow

While we await his album, Lil Boosie returns with his mixtape Life After Deathrow, his first body of work since being released from prison in March. The Baton Rouge Bad Azz, who was indicted on first-degree murder charges, caters to the streets and the radio with the 18 tracks, which include appearances from Yo Gotti, Shy Glizzy, and Trey Songz, who guests on “FaceTime.”

He’s also collaborated with Meek Mill, T.I., Rich Homie Quan, and Lyfe Jennings on his upcoming studio album Touchdown 2 Cause Hell.

Download and stream Boosie’s tape below.

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New Music: Meek Mill f/ Boosie – ‘F**k You Mean?’

Fuck You Mean?

Meek Mill is putting in work from behind bars. The Philly rapper, who was sent to jail in July for a parole violation, reminds hip-hop what it’s been missing on his explosive collaboration with Lil Boosie.

Over a menacing beat, the Dreamchasers boss spits flames, while Boosie boasts about his jeans costing us much as a Range Rover.

Meek has been serving his three-to-six-month jail sentence, but it’s unknown exactly when he will be released. His sophomore album Dreams Worth More Than Money has been delayed while he completes his bid.

If you’re craving more music from Meek, he can also be heard on Paloma Ford’s new single “Let Me See.” August Alsina recently shared a phone call he received from his incarcerated friend.

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New Music: DJ Mustard f/ Lil Wayne, Big Sean, YG, and Lil Boosie – ‘Face Down’

10 Summers

The freaks come out on “Face Down,” one of 12 tracks off DJ Mustard’s debut album 10 Summers, which is now available to download for free via Google Play. The West Coast hitmaker enlists an all-star lineup of Lil Wayne, Big Sean, YG, and Boosie Badazz, who vividly describes his sexual fantasies.

“I like her ass tooted up and her face down,” proclaims Boosie over the booty-clapping beat.

Rattle the speakers—and the bed—with the bass-heavy banger.

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New Music: Lil Boosie – ‘Crazy’

Lil Boosie

Boosie Badazz has made his share of mistakes along the way, but he assures us that he’s not “Crazy” on his latest song, produced by B-Real.

“They say that I’m crazy, and sometimes I feel like I’m crazy / But I know I’m not crazy, and my mistakes don’t make me or break me,” he sings.

The Baton Rouge rapper’s post-prison album Touchdown 2 Cause Hell has been pushed back from its July release date. He’s been in the studio with Chris Brown, Meek Mill, Keyshia Cole, Trey Songz, T.I., and more.

Just last week, he dropped his “G-Mix” to Rich Gang’s single “Lifestyle.”

UPDATE: Watch the black-and-white video for “Crazy” below.

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New Music: Ca$h Out f/ Juicy J, Lil Boosie, Ty Dolla $ign, & Kid Ink – ‘She Twerkin (Remix)’

She Twerkin (Remix)

Ca$h Out salutes the big booties on the all-star remix to “She Twerkin.” The Atlanta rapper grabs Juicy J, Lil Boosie, Ty Dolla $ign, and Kid Ink, and takes it to the strip club on the bouncy banger off his upcoming debut Let’s Get It, due September 2.

Drop down and get to twerkin’.

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Video: K Camp f/ Lil Boosie, YG, & Too $hort – ‘Cut Her Off (Remix)’

Lil Boosie, K Camp, and YG

After spawning remixes by everyone from Rick Ross to Tiny, K Camp rolls out the official remix video to his street anthem “Cut Her Off.” Shot on a soundstage in L.A. last month, the Michael Mihail-directed clip co-stars Lil Boosie, YG, and Too $hort.

“When I do remixes, I really wanna grab somebody from every side,” K Camp told Rap-Up. “It was only right getting Boosie. He just got out and he got the momentum goin’ crazy. YG’s killin’ the West Coast, and Too $hort’s a legend. He cuttin’ bitches off every day.”

The Atlanta rapper has also shot a video for “Blessing,” the next single off his EP In Due Time.

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Rap-Up TV: Lil Boosie Eyes Justin Bieber Collaboration, Gives Props to Drake

Boosie and the Biebs? While behind bars, the Louisiana rapper wrote over 1000 songs including one for Justin Bieber called “Stalking You.” While he hasn’t been able to connect with the pop superstar, he’s confident it will happen (Paging Scooter Braun).

“We’re looking at these bad girls, but it’s stalking you in a good way,” Boosie told Rap-Up TV of the record. “Like if you were mine, we’d be straight. That’s the record I got for him.”

He also hopes to collaborate with Drake, who invited him to Texas for Houston Appreciation Weekend earlier this month.

“I like Drake music,” said Boosie. “He got different music and even though it’s not the music I was raised on, I can listen to it and be like, ‘Yeah.’ I’d rather listen to Drake than a dude who talkin’ about the streets and he’s lying.”

In addition to releasing Touchdown 2 Cause Hell on July 15, he plans to drop another album by the end of the year. “I got so much material, so I’m tryna drop it and hit ‘em again in December,” he said. “There’s no time to play. It’s just gonna be a crazy album.”

If that wasn’t enough, a movie called Boosie is also in the works. “Even if you never listened to my music, just go check the movie out. Then you can see what I’ve been through and see this not no cakewalk.”

Part 1: Lil Boosie Talks Life After Prison, Album Features, & Chris Brown