Boosie Badazz is a legendary Southern artist. Between the honesty he puts into his music and his backstory, he's prospered through some rough times. After his release from prison in 2013, the rapper was back in the game and decided to refocus and rebrand his label, Bad Azz Music Syndicate, that he started prior to his incarceration. He recruited some promising young artists to the roster and since then, he's been pushing out dope music from his team while still focusing on his own career as a rapper. One of the artists on his label is B Will. Over the past few years, the rapper's been dropping some dope singles and collaborating with other Southern artists like his boss. Today, he drops his latest mixtape FNN which stands for "For Negus Network."
B Will's latest project may be one of his most thorough one thus far. B Will shows that he's a diverse artist on this project. Over the course of 16 tracks, he showcases his versatility through his production choices and lyrical content. While he has some tracks that are more introspective, he balances it out with hard-hitting street bangers to rattle your trunk. B Will also takes the opportunity on this tape to stand on his own two feet. He holds down the majority of the project on his own but he does grab a few guest appearances for the ride. Boosie makes an appearance on the tape for "Dem Hoes Gone Choose" and he also gets Memphis' Young Dolph for the heavy hitting "Suitcase." Both the tracks were released earlier in the year. He also gets T.E.C and Maine Musik on the record for the street anthem "Cut Like."
In an exclusive statement about the project to HNHH, B Will said, "My music is a journey with wisdom at its finish line and creativity as its foundation..Louisiana SHIT to the fullest .. i AM FNNBWILL."
With the release of FNN, it feels like we'll be hearing more from B Will in the near future. Being under the wing of an OG like Boosie means that he's been able to get some pointers from everything on how the industry works to how to perform. Keep an ear out for B Will. It's definitely not the last time you'll be hearing about him.