Boosie Badazz Biography, Age, Singing career, Incarcerated, Discography, Cancer, Net worth

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Boosie Badazz Biography

Boosie Badazz is an American rapper best known for his stage name Boosie Badazz or Boosie. He began rapping in the 1990s as a member of the hip hop collective Concentration Camp. In 2009, he was sentenced to 4 years in prison on drug and gun charges. In 2010, he was indicted on first-degree murder charges, and was also sentenced to 8 years on multiple charges of drug possession with intent of distribution. Hatch spent 3.5 years on death row before being found not guilty of murder in 2012. After serving 5 years in prison, Hatch was released early on March 5, 2014.

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Boosie Badazz Age

Boosie Badazz was born on November 14, 1982 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States. He is 36 years old as of 2018.

Boosie Badazz Height/Weight

Boosie Badazz stands at a height of 1.67 m. He has a weight of 63 kg.

Boosie Badazz Net worth

Boosie Badazz has an estimated net worth of $ 2 million.

Boosie Badazz Family

Boosie Badazz was born to Connie and Raymond Hatch. He was raised in Baton Rouge, Louisiana with his brother Taguari Hatch.

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Boosie Badazz Singing career

Boosie Badazz began rapping in the 1990s as a member of the hip hop collective Concentration Camp, eventually he pursued a solo career in 2000 with the release of his debut album Youngest of da Camp. After leaving the label the following year, he signed with Pimp C’s Trill Entertainment to release his second studio album, For My Thugz. In total, Hatch has gone on to release seven solo studio albums, as well as six collaborative albums and numerous mixtapes.

His cousin Young Dee introduced him to Baton Rouge rapper C-Loc in the late1990sHe eventually debuted on C-Loc’s fifth album,’It’s A Gamble‘ in 2000 under hisold alias Boosie and Concentration Camp third studio album Camp III : ThugBrothas in 2000The departure of Young Bleed from the Camp helped put Lil Boosie in a primeposition amongst the groupAlongside CLoc and Max Minellihe served as one of the “Faces” of the CampAt 17 years of agehe recorded his debut albumthe aptly titled Youngest of da Camp,. The album production was mostly handled by Happy Perezand featured C-LocMax Minelli and DonkeyThe album featured Pimp CYoung BleedWebbie while he also put out his firstmixtape title Boosie 2002 featuring contributions by Max Minelli and Pimp C..

Boosie Badazz Ghetto Stories, Gangsta Muzik and Warner Bros.

Later in the summer of 2003Boosie collaborated with Webbie on the albumGhetto Storiespresented by Pimp C. In 2004the duo worked together againon Trill Azz Mixtape Vol1which also featured an appearance of Torrence “Bad Azz“. In the same yearhe released Trill Azz Mixes II which introduced Phatlaterknown as Lil PhatHe paired up again with Webbieto release their second compilation albumGangsta MusikBoosie also released a compilation mixtape title Bad Ass with a few new trackslike Trill ShitIt also featured the track I SmokeI Drank by Body Head Bangerz featuringBoosie and Young Bleed off their debut album Body Head BangerzVolume OneOn January 2005, he signed a deal with Warner Bros.

Boosie Badazz Bad Azz and Survival of the Fittest

In early 2006Trill released Bad Ass Mixtape Vol.1 as a followup to. In 2006Boosie’s majored in the label debut album of Bad Azz was releasedIt contained the single “Zoom” featuring Yung JocIn early December 2006the mixtape “Streetz Iz Mine” was released by LilBoosie and DJ Dramafeaturing a guest appearance by Webbie2 while together with Webbie he featured on the remix of “Wipe Me Down” byrapper FoxxAt Lil Boosie’s 4 July Bash partyhe passed out his new mixtape4th Of JulyBashIn 2008he was featured on the single “Independent” by Webbie and wasamong several rappers to be featured on “Out Here Grindin” by DJ Khaled.

Boosie Badazz Superbad: The Return of Boosie Bad Azz and Bad Azz Entertainment

In March 2009 Boosie Badazz released another album The Return Of Mr. Wipe Me Down as a promotion mix tape to his second major album. The Runners and V-12 produced some of the mixtape. He again passed out an untitled mix tape on  July 4th. His songs from the tape ended up on Da Click: Street Kingz which was released July 14. In 2009, he released his second major album Superbad: The Return of Boosie Bad Azz. The first single from the album, “Better Believe It”, featured Webbie and Young Jeezy. Promotional music videos for songs from the album, such as “I’m a Dog” and “Loose as a Goose,” were released. Also in 2009, he presented his debut label Bad Azz Entertainment. He released Thug Passion on his Bad Azz Entertainment label in 2009. In the summer (July) of 2009, Lil Boosie and Hurricane Chris released a mixtape titled Category 7: Bad Azz Hurricane. He also released a mixtape titled Untouchables with LoLa Monroe. He also released a mix-tape titled The 25th Hour. On an interlude on the mixtape, he speaks on his prison term.

Boosie Badazz Incarcerated

In 2010 Boosie Badazz and C-Loc, his former CEO, released Unbreakable as a Compilation CD. As of 2010, he had announced while he is still in prison on charges of murder and conspiracy, and potentially facing the death penalty, he wants to move forward with his hip hop career. He released his fourth studio album, Incarcerated, on September 28 on Asylum Records. According to MTV News, the project is almost entirely produced by B.J., although Mouse on Tha Track did some work on it as well. Webbie, Foxx and Lil Trill are among the featured guests. He released Gone Til’ December in 2010, which is a mixtape album consisting of new music. The 25th Hour tape was originally released in his hometown of Baton Rouge, Louisiana – but other versions have spread around the internet.

The version that he dropped featured songs like “Be Careful” featuring Money Bag$, “I Did You Wrong” feat. Lil Quick, “I Been Icy,” “My Children,” and “I Ain’t Mad At Cha.” Other notable guest appearances include: Lil Jas, Hatch Boy, Yung Giga of Bad Azz Entertainment, as well as Lil Trill. There are some other mixtapes floating around the internet with similar titles, so Bad Azz Entertainment released it as Should’ve Been My Beatz on Amazon, Rhapsody and others. He released 22504 with B.G.. In 2011 Quick release Hit After Hit 3 with ie. In 2012 My Brother’s Keeeper was released with Money Bagz and Quick. Also Under Investigation was released as a free download on Livemixtapes with Ray Vicks.

Boosie Badazz Name change to “Boosie Badazz”

In January 2014 Lil Boosie spoke on his prison sentence and said,

I have about 500 songs at the moment. I feel that I’m making the best music I’ve ever made. The more I go through in life the better my music gets and it’s been crazy the last three years. I keep my music heartfelt and stick to making real music. I wouldn’t even say it’s hip hop music. My music is ‘reality rap’. Hip hop music can make you dance and bob your head, but it can’t make you cry or touch your heart like reality rap.

On September 13, 2013 it was reported that judges related to his case agreed to return his hard drives and his computers. The equipment contained a lot of music he had recorded before going to jail. Jeff Weiss, who covered Boosie’s trial for Rolling Stone, reported that Boosie’s attorneys believed that he would be released within the next five months. On March 10, 2014, Boosie made his first comments to the public following his release from prison. During the press conference he revealed his new record deal with Atlantic Records His first single released would be “Show Da World” with Webbie.

The equipment contained a lot of music he had recorded before going to jailJeff Weisswho covered Boosie’s trial for Rolling Stonereported that Boosie’sattorneys believed that he would be released within the next five monthsDuring the press conference he revealed his new record deal with AtlanticRecordsHis first single released would be “Show Da World” with WebbieIn October 2014he changed his stage name to Boosie BadazzExplained in a May 2015 interview with Noisey:”I got tired of just peoplegrown menlike”What up Lil Boosie?” NoI’m grownJust take the shit offThat’s how I was feeling  Boosie Badazz is just likemore people say Badazz when they see me than Boosieso I just stuck with theBoosie Badazz.

Boosie Badazz Touchdown 2 Cause Hell and Life After Deathrow

Boosie Badazz In April 2014, Boosie announced that his sixth studio album Touchdown 2 Cause Hell would be released on July 15, 2014, but was later pushed back to September 23, 2014. The album would be delayed yet again, until he unveiled the track list and announced a May 26th release date on April 22, 2015. The project features 17 new tracks with guest appearances from Rich Homie Quan on the single “Like A Man,” Webbie on the street single “On That Level,” as well as Chris Brown, Rick Ross, T.I. and Keyshia Cole.

On October 30, 2014, he released his first mixtape since his release from prison titled “Life After Deathrow”, featuring Yo Gotti, Trey Songz, LIV and Shy Glizzy. The project was largely conceptualized by Boosie’s brother and manager Taquari “TQ” Hatch who serves as executive producer on the project. “Life After Deathrow” would feature songs like “I’m coming Home” and the hit “NO JUICE” produced by Mouse on Da Track.

Boosie Badazz Legal issues

On October 222008Boosie was arrested after East Baton Rouge sheriff’sdeputies found marijuana and a gun in Boosie’s carBoosie pled guilty to his thirdoffense possession of marijuana charge on September 222009 and was sentenced to two years in prison the next dayJudge James Moore doubled the sentence on November 10 after finding Boosiehad violated probation while awaiting sentencingBetween his plea and sentencinghe was electronically monitored and placed under house arrestOn June 172010Boosie was indicted on federal charges on firstdegree murder of Terry Boyd. On November 292011he was sentenced to eight years in state prison after pleading guilty to the drug chargesOn December 72012 after it seemed Boosie was to remain in prison for 7 moreyears due to drug chargeshis attorneys were able to argue that the drug ringcharge was a set up.

Boosie Badazz Discography

  • Youngest of da Camp (2000) (as Lil Boosie)
  • For My Thugz (2002) (as Lil Boosie)
  • Bad Azz (2006) (as Lil Boosie)
  • Superbad: The Return of Boosie Bad Azz (2009) (as Lil Boosie)
  • Incarcerated (2010) (as Lil Boosie)
  • Touch Down 2 Cause Hell (2015)
  • BooPac (2017)
  • Boosie’s Blues Cafe (2018)
  • Badazz 3.5 (2019)

Boosie Badazz Filmography

  • Gangsta Musik (2005)
  • Bad Azz (2006)
  • On the Grind (2006)
  • Last Dayz (2009)
  • Ghetto Stories: The Movie (2010)

Boosie Badazz  Cancer

Boosie Badazz
Coldest words I ever heard was
“Torrence Hatch, I’m sorry. You got cancer”
Just beat death penalty, now I got cancer?

[Verse 1]
Father God, I need answers
News to my ears, shit real from the doctor
He said, “Boosie, boy you got cancer”, I cried for hours
Jumping in the shower, stressing, and cried to my mama and my nana
I can’t believe this shit
Cancer got me scared like I’m ‘bout to leave this bitch
Told my bitch, she cried, told my niggas, they cried
Mama tried to downplay it to the family, she lied
I’m thinking, “damn, how did I get cancer?” in my kidneys
Back fighting for my life, I guess finish my sentence
I guess way gone, I stress not giving up, not yet
I need prayers, fuck respect

Father God, I need answers (man)
Tell me God, how did I get cancer?
Father God, I need answers (protect me, God)
Tell me God, how did I get cancer? (Why me though?)
Right now, shit

[Verse 2]
I’ve been stressing so bad, my nigga
Praying to the man with both hands, my nigga
Just want to be around in my family chilling
Lost three aunties to this pussy ass disease while you keep beef with my family, nigga
Leave us alone, my God, we need some answers
Leukemia at 10 years old, please heal this cancer
My aunty Keisha just left, it’s real with cancer
Stress ain’t do it to her, ma, she was killed with cancer
It’s hard to make a nigga think strong (man)
I probably need to put some pink on (man)
This shit gon’ probably make my team strong (man)
How long I live after my kidney gone?

Father God, I need answers (man)
Tell me God, how did I get cancer?
Father God, I need answers (protect me, God)
Tell me God, how did I get cancer? (Why me though?)
Right now, shit

I need the answers
Daughter will say “Dad, how you get cancer?”
I said, “baby, I don’t know how I get cancer”
He’ll answer me on death row, he’ll answer me again
Tell me God, how did I get cancer?

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