Lil Boosie Schedule
When it comes to a Lil Boosie concert, you just can't sit still. Lil Boosie has the stage presence
and energy to get you up and out of your seat before he even sings one note! He is scheduled for some upcoming appearances
at the Cajundome in Lafayette, Louisiana; Richmond Coliseum in Richmond, Virginia; and Mud Island Amphitheatre in Memphis,
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Lil Boosie Background
Having grown up in one of Baton Rouge, Louisiana's, rougher neighborhoods,
rapper Lil Boosie (Torrence Hatch) formed his hard Southern style from his surroundings. His father died when he was young.
Not having his father in his life presented another obstacle, but things began to change for the better when Boosie threw
himself into playing basketball. It looked like basketball could be his golden ticket into college but the temptation of drugs
got him tossed out of high school. He eventually turned to rapping and met C-Loc. Lil Boosie made an appearance on C-Loc's,
It's a Gamble. He soon issued the full-length CD Youngest of da Camp on his very own. At the time of the album's recording,
Boosie was just 17. The album included guest appearances by Max Minelli & Donkey and more.
Boosie's milestone moment
came when he joined the Trill Entertainment record label. Trill inked a deal with Boosie and helped him in bringing his legal
entanglements to a close. Eventually, Trill independently issued his first album For My Thugz as his new moniker, Lil Boosie,
in 2002. This release sold more than 15,000 copies. As of 2013, the album sold 90,000 copies, as related by Trill Entertainment.
The album includes Young Bleed, Webbie, Pimp C and more.
In the summer of 2003, Pimp C collaborated with Boosie to share
the spotlight with one of his label-mates, Webbie, for the project, Ghetto Stories. The album additionally went on to sell
more than 15,000 copies. In 2004, Webbie and Lil Boosie put out Trill Azz Mixtape & Trill Azz Mixes II. They free-styled
the most coveted tunes of 2004. Boosie teamed up again with Webbie for their sophomore compilation album, Gangsta Musik. This
effort really made people stand up and take notice. The album sold 320,000 copies, according to Trill. Boosie's talent was
now unparalleled, and he grabbed the attention of some Universal Music Group reps. In 2004, Lil Boosie & South Coast Coalition
issued Both Sides of the Track. And, at the beginning of 2005, Boosie unveiled United We Stand, Divided We Fall. He also put
out Street Code, featuring Pat Lowrenzo. In 2005, Lil Boosie cut Bad Ass (Advance) to gain exposure for Bad Azz.
Baton Rouge rapper Lil Boosie has released the following studio albums: Youngest Of Da Camp (2000); For
My Thugz (2002); Bad Azz (2006); Superbad: The Return of Boosie Bad Azz (2009); and Incarcerated (2010).
Born Torrence Hatch, Lil Boosie got his nickname from his family. His mom and dad borrowed it from the
'70s funk icon, Bootsy Collins.
Lil Boosie Concert Experience
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artists that the rap world has ever seen. With artists such as Lil Boosie ruling the hip-hop scene with an iron fist in terms
of quality and popular music, there are so many other popular artists out there, with more emerging every day, that it's a
great time to be a fan of hip-hop music.
While listening to any of your favorite rap artists at home or on the go is
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