Young Scooter Feat. Boosie Badazz
Young Scooter and Boosie Badazz love women of all shapes and sizes, and they're not here to shame anyone for the choices they make to alter their body. Their new collaboration, "Ass Shots," celebrates women in their freedom to choose how they appear, though it does supply some warning when it comes to the possible health side effects if things aren't done the right way.
About two weeks ago, Boosie Badazz linked up with the incarcerated C-Murder for a joint album titled Penitentiary Chances, which happened to be Boosie's fourth album of the year. He hadn't dropped off any new music since -- perhaps he took a well-deserved vacation -- but he's back today with a new track called "Family Rules," with which he lays down the code of ethics by which he and his family operate.
Run It Up
Jose Guapo Feat. Shy Glizzy & Boosie Badazz
Last year's "Run It Up" was one of Jose Guapo's biggest hits. The record featured Takeoff of Migos and YFN Lucci as well as a blissful trap production from Spiffy Global. Ahead of Guapo's upcoming tape Extravagant Trench Shit, the young QC signee has dropped off a new "Run It Up" remix, on which he has replaced the ATL rappers on the original with Shy Glizzy and Boosie Badazz.
Boosie Badazz & Tony Michael Feat. Rich Homie Quan
Boosie Badazz has been releasing new music at an insane rate lately, and thankfully he’s not letting up. To kick off the weekend, the Louisiana vet decides to come through and share a new record with Boosie Badazz & Tony Michael called “Private Room.”
Boosie Badazz Feat. Z-Ro
Thug Talk has no shortage of dope tracks, but we had to share this one. Boosie Badazz voices the fears of everyone who has ever seen the inside of a jail cell – everything you lose when you get locked up. He teams up with stalwart Texas emcee Z-Ro, who contributes a verse and also does a masterful job on the chorus.
I'm Da Man
Gillie Da Kid Feat. Boosie Badazz
Gillie Da Kid is reminding us he’s still the King of Philly in a big way. He dropped off a banger of a track today, featuring the increasingly prolific Boosie BadAzz. “I’m Da Man” is a declaration that they are both the #1 in their cities. Gillie recorded the song before he sought out a feature from the Baton Rouge rapper, and said “as soon as I heard his verse, I said ‘this bitch is fire!’” We agree, Gillie.
Choppers N Gunz
Boosie Badazz Feat. Young Thug & Lil Durk
Two months into 2016, and Boosie has released two albums. This is after beating cancer in December. Today, he's got two huge remixes off his latest LP, Out My Feelings (In My Past). And he ain't slowing any time soon. We just shared the remix of "Real N*ggas," featuring Jeezy, and now we've got one with Young Thug and Lil Durk.
Boosie Badazz Feat. Jeezy
Boosie just dropped off Out My Feelings (In My Past) at the beginning of the month -- his second album of 2016, mind you -- and he's now back with two huge new remixes off the new LP. On the first, he brings along a like-minded veteran, Jeezy, to hop on his impassioned ode to "Real N*ggas."
Who Gon Stop Me Now
Coming off the release of his latest album In My Feelings (Goin Thru It), which focused on his recent battle with kidney cancer, Boosie Badazz is already shifting his focus onto the project’s follow up called Out My Feelings (In My Past). Before it arrives next week (February 1), a new song from the New Orleans vet has surfaced online in the meantime to hold us over called “Who Gon’ Stop Me Now.”
Boosie has no time to lose.
Boosie Badazz Feat. Lyfe Jennings
It's been an insane couple of months for Boosie Badazz, starting with his cancer diagnosis in November. Last month, he made it through a surgery that successfully removed the cancerous kidney, and on New Year's, he dropped an album that documents the whole experience.
To ring in the New Year, as well as to look back on a very emotional 2015, Boosie Badazz dropped a surprise album, In My Feelings (Goin Thru It).
Rich The Kid, Boosie Badazz & Yank Deezy
Fresh off the release of his Dabbin Fever mixtape, Atlanta’s own Rich The Kid decides to come through today and assist Boosie Badazz & Yank Deezy on the new song “Designer.” Over the Mike Nef-produced beat, the trio of rappers boast about being fresh to death & rockin’ everything designer in this braggadocios cut found on the 99th edition of Strictly 4 Traps & Trunks mixtape series. Take a listen and let us know what you think.
50 Cent Feat. Boosie Badazz & Young Buck
Boosie gave us quite a scare a few weeks back, revealing that he had been diagnosed with cancer. Yesterday, we got some great news -- that Boosie's surgery had gone well, and that the cancer had been successfully removed from his kidney.
Boosie just dropped a brand new project last night,a nd while we're still making our way through the new offering, he's come through with a seasonably appropriate new track. "Halloween" is a sub-heavy record that as usual, finds the rapper sharing some personal rhymes, but pairing them with horror film similes.
Have You Ever
Boosie Badazz Feat. Rich Homie Quan
Boosie Badazz is nothing if not spontaneous. In true Boosie form, he dropped a new project today called Thrilla, Vol. 1 after announcing it only a couple days ago with the release of a joint called "Empire 2." It's his third project of the year following Three-Peat and Touch Down 2 Hell.
Boosie Badazz Feat. B. Will, OG Dre & Lee Banks
Boosie's definitely given fans a nice chunk of solo music since getting out a prison, including his mixtape releases Life After Deathrow and Three-Peat, as well as his album Touchdown 2 Cause Hell.
DJ Khaled Feat. Future, Boosie Badazz, Rick Ross & Jeezy
I Changed a Lot drops tomorrow, and DJ Khaled has shared another highly anticipated collab off the release: "I Ride," bringing along his good friends Future, Boosie Badazz, Rick Ross and Jeezy. Right from the get-go, it's a hair-raising, high-octane banger reminiscent of Khaled's classic street-sweeping anthems.
Still A Hot Boy
Turk Feat. Boosie Badazz
After taking the stage at Lil Weezyana Fest a couple weeks back & reuniting with his former Hot Boy family, Turk decides to get back to the music and remind everyone that he’s “Still A Hot Boy” with another Southern legend in Boosie Badass.
T-Rell Feat. Boosie Badazz
T-Rell released the original "My Dawg" last year as a tribute to his fallen friend who passed away in a car accident. Now he shares the remix, this time with a Boosie Badazz verse. T-Rell can sing and rap, but in a different way than, say, Drake -- there is less overlap between the two areas. He's got some straight Anthony Hamilton pipes though.