Lil Boosie Says "Touchdown 2 Cause Hell" Is The Best Double Disc Album Since "All Eyez On Me"

Lil Boosie Says "Touchdown 2 Cause Hell" Is The Best Double Disc Album Since "All Eyez On Me"

Lil Boosie speaks on his new album, "Touchdown 2 Cause Hell", the meaning behind the title, and some of the features from the project.

Lil Boosie has certainly been a hot topic since his release from prison in January. While the Baton Rouge rapper has been steadily releasing tracks since becoming a free man, the majority of the hype falls upon his upcoming albumTouchdown 2 Cause Hell.

In an exclusive interview with HNHH, the Bad Azz himself shared some details about the new effort, including the meaning of the title, some of the features, and the fact that it will be a double-disc release.

"It means 'I'm back, and I'm better than ever,'" said Boosie of the name Touchdown 2 Cause Hell. "When you cause hell everybody know about it, and everybody know what's up with Boosie... I'm finna open up everybody's eyes. Even the people's eyes who was closed, who was doubtin' me. I'm finna touch down, cause hell, and just take over the rap game, period."

While we were aware that 2 Chainz, T.I., and Jeezy were scheduled to appear on the album, Boosie also revealed a few more collaborators on the project. "Lyfe Jennings, Keyshia Cole, Rich Homie Quan, big records... classic album," he said.

As much hype as there's been around his comeback project, the southern rapper explained that he feels minimal pressure, as he's just going to continue operating in his own lane. "I don't feel no pressure at all, because don't nobody have music like my music," he explained. "You can't compare my music to other people. So I'm in my own lane. So all I have to do is make the music I make, and that gon' separate me from everybody else, and that leads to success-- when you different."

That being said, Boosie is very confident his album will be well-received, calling the upcoming record, "the best double-disc since [Tupac's] All Eyez On Me," before explaining his approach to the album's subject matter. "I'm bringing that real quality music, what's really going on in the world besides popping bottles, and models and things like that. That reality rap. That N.W.A., Geto Boys rap, and people gotta feel it."

Watch the full interview below.

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