Boosie Badazz Songs

  • She Don't Love Me
    She Don't Love Me
    After months of delays, Boosie Badazz's first post-prison album, Touch Down 2 Cause Hell, is hitting shelves next Tuesday, May 26th. After hearing a number of tracks from the project, most recently the Keyshia Cole and J. Cole-assisted "Black Heaven," we get one more before release day. Here's "She Don't Love Me," featuring Chris Brown.
  • Black Heaven
    Black Heaven
    After months of anticipation, Lil Boosie’s Touchdown 2 Cause Hell will finally arrive next week on May 26th. Led by the previously heard tracks “Retiliation”, “Like A Man”, and “All I Know”, the album will feature a stacked lineup consisting of Chris Brown, T.I., Rich Homie Quan, Rick Ross, Webbie, Keyshia Cole, and more.
  • Hatin
    Since the jump, Snootie Wild has proven himself adept at paying tribute to classic Southern rap sounds while also appealing to a younger demographic. It could largely be due to the Boosie Badazz guest spot, but on his newest track, "Hatin," Snootie does this better than ever. The song's Big Wayne beat splits the difference between Mannie Fresh and Zaytoven-- a cavernous, horn-led stomper with plenty of wide-open space for both MCs to flex their flows. Boosie truly dominates this one, making his pre-Touch Down 2 Cause Hell run more vicious by the day.
  • All I Know
    All I Know
    Just two weeks from today, we'll finally get to hear Boosie badazz's long-awaited comeback album Touch Down 2 Cause Hell. We've already heard the absolutely vicious "Retaliation" and seen the stacked tracklist, and now he drops off another one.
  • Retaliation
    On May 26th, we'll finally get Touch Down 2 Cause Hell, Boosie Badazz's first album since being released from prison last year. Following up last year's Life After Deathrow and the more recent compilation tape Every Ghetto Every City Vol.
  • Lotta Respect
    Lotta Respect
    Boosie Badazz's surprise new mixtape Every Ghetto Every City Vol. 1 serves primarily to give shine to the lesser-known members of Boosie's Bad Azz Music Syndicate -- B. Wil, J Dre, Juicy, Lee Banks, Money Bagz, OG Dre, and J Day.
  • Paid
    Hours after hitting us with the official video for “Black Rain”, Boosie Badazz decided to surprise fans with a brand new project called Every Ghetto, Every City, Vol. 1, which serves as an introduction to Boosie’s collective of artists, The Bad Azz Music Syndicate. 
  • Black Rain
    Black Rain
    Lil Boosie gave us some of his best work with his 2014 comeback mixtape, Life After Deathrow, so his upcoming double-disc album, Touchdown 2 Cause Hell should be something special. The album is still without a release date, but that won't stop the Baton Rouge rapper from releasing new material, providing "Black Rain," a paranoid record that's mood is established by its "jailhouse packed, graveyard crowded" refrain.
  • 1500
    The last time Boosie Badazz and Rich Homie Quan linked up, we go the dope track "Like A Man," and today, they continue their hot streak on "1500." Bringing along the ever-reliable Peewee Longway for one of his stopgap guest verses, Boosie and Quan have shared the new one, produced by Beatmonster Marc and Wheezy.
  • Pots And Stove
    Pots And Stove
    Young Scooter just delivered his new mixtape Jug Season, and based off the title alone you know you're in for some trap bangers. If you know anything about Scooter's music, you knew that already though. Scooter, Boosie Badazz and a rapper named Quick get to cooking in the kitchen with "Pots and Stove," as they reminisce on getting their start in the trap/rap game.
  • Choppas
    Maybach Music Group's Tracy T currently has two projects in the works, The Wolf Of All Streets 2 and Black Caesar, and today he's shared a cut that's sure to pop up on at least one of them. "Choppas" features Boosie Badazz and was produced by Childish Major.
  • For My Homies Dead & Gone
    For My Homies Dead & Gone
    Not every rapper can be locked up in jail and stay as prolific as Gucci Mane, but it looks like C-Murder may be taking a cue from GuWop as he's begun to release songs via prison. Last month the rapper teamed up with Boosie B and Snoop Dogg for "Hard 2 Be Black." He continues to feed his fans today, delivering a new song which features Boosie again as well as Lil Kano.
  • Better Than Them
    Better Than Them
    Today we get a big collaboration from Slow Bucks Over Everything crew, with Boosie Badazz, Yo Gotti and Rich Homie Quan. "Better Than Them" is a leak off Digital Trapstars' forthcoming compilation mixtape Screens on Lock: 4th Quarter Press. This record actually surfaced earlier this year on an SBOE mixtape, although it didn't pack quite the same punch as there were no featured artists on it. Now that SBOE's got assistance from Gotti, Boosie and Rich Homie, do you think it'll take off? Grab it on iTunes.
  • Hard 2 Be Black
    Hard 2 Be Black
    C-Murder is still serving a bid for the shooting of a 16-year-old fan, btu today, a new track from him has surfaced. "Hard 2 Be Black" also features Snoop Dogg and Boosie Badazz. The audio quality of his voice (and Boosie's for that matter) suggests that his contributions may have been recorded from the pen itself (a la "Thank God" or "Nathaniel").
  • Money Sack
    Money Sack
    A lot of rappers are lucky to release an album every two years. E-40 just dropped two in one day. The hardest working man in hip-hop (except for maybe Gucci Mane) returns to our front page today with "Money Sack." The record finds 40 Water linking up with the former Lil Boosie (current Boosie Badazz) for a slapper that's bound to please fans of the emcee's more radio-friendly hyphy singles. 
  • Meant 2 Be
    Meant 2 Be
    A posthumous Lil Snupe album is scheduled to be dropping in early 2015, but on the day in which the Dreamchasers boss got released from prison, we ironically get the project's first offering called "Meant 2 Be" featuring Boosie Badazz.
  • Like A Man
    Like A Man
    Boose Badazz drops his second record of the week "Like A Man." Over some bass-heavy production, the Baton Rouge emcee and guest Rich Homie Quan rap about their respective come-ups in the hip hop game and what they've learned on the way to the top. Boosie had had quite a prolific few months.
  • On That Level
    On That Level
    From the team that brought you jams such as "Independent" and "Wipe Me Down" comes the first single from Boosie Badazz (née Lil Boosie)'s upcoming album Touchdown 2 Cause Hell. Yes, Boosie and his longtime collaborator Webbie are back together making music, and today they've shared "On That Level."
  • Crazy (Remix)
    Crazy (Remix)
    Although we haven't gotten a new Kevin Gates project since March's phenomenal By Any Means, but that doesn't mean that the steady stream of impressive music from the MC has slowed by any means.
  • Nickel Rock
    Nickel Rock
    Ricky Rozay is back again. Hours after being featured on Fat Trel’s “Burn” and DJ Khaled’s remix to “Hold You Down”, the MMG bawse returns with a new Boozie Badazz-featured banger called “Nickel Rock”.
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