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Lil Boosie was born Torrence Hatch in Baton Rouge, Louisiana on November 14, 1983, he was bestowed the nickname Boosie by his family and was raised on W. Garfield St. in a ghetto in the mean streets of south side Baton Rouge (SSB).

Growing up, Boosie was hardened by the many difficult experiences he was put through. His neighborhood, notorious for drugs and violence, was a place feared by the general population. To outsiders, it was a jungle, to residents, it was life. Boosie got very involved in basketball to stay off the streets, and was actually expected to move on to college level basketball.

At 14 years old, Boosie moved in to live with his grandmother after his father was murdered over drugs. Growing up with no father figure and without a strong guiding hand, Boosie turned to drugs and crime. After being expelled from school, Boosie picked up freestyling and began to get serious about his music. Living in the 225, Boosie had no contacts, no real means of exposure. Lil Boosie teamed up with Baton Rouge rapper C-Loc in the late 1990s and made his debut on C-Loc's 5th album, "It's a Gamble", which also featured Three Six Mafia, South Park Mexican, and the rest of the Concentration Camp. This album was a saving grace for C-Loc, as he was slowly losing popularity. Releasing this album put him back in the spotlight, as he had a new young tallented rapper at his side. Baton Rouge couldn't get enough. Shortly afterwards, Boosie released his debut CD, "Youngest of the Camp", which sold over 10,000 units and featured fellow up and coming Baton Rouge rapper Max Minelli, which was exactly what boosie needed to jump start his career. The album spread like wildfire, every hood in Baton Rouge had flyers up for it, everybody was playing it.

After the incarceration, Boosie once again turned back to the streets. Ultimately, his behavior led to him also being incarcerated. At this point, Boosie felt as though he was a failure. However, fate lent Boosie a hand, and Boosie had an opportunity to join an up and coming record label called Trill Entertainment aka Trill Ent which was backed by Pimp-C of UGK. Trill signed Boosie and assisted him in bring his legal issues to an end. Soon after, Boosie and Trill independently released the CD "For my Thugs" under TrillEnt. This release went on to sell over 15,000 copies. Later in the summer of 2003, Boosie co-starred with one of his label-mates, Webbie, on the album "Ghetto Stories" which also went on to sell well over 15,000 copies.

Again paired up with Webbie, Lil Boosie's 2004 release, "Gangsta Musik" is what really gained him popularity. This CD featured the ever popular songs "Swerve" (which later made an appearance in the movie "Hustle and Flow"), "Give Me That", and "Bad Bitch". This was Boosie's first really popular album, actually penetrating the borders of Louisiana and reaching far beyond.

Boosie's talent was now undeniable, and he caught the eye of some Universal Records representatives. In late January of 2005, Boosie signed a deal with Universal, and released the CD "Boosie Bad Azz". This album, backed and promoted by Universal Records, was his strongest yet. Boosie continues to gain popularity at an astonishing rate, and shows no sign of stopping soon. He's just getting started.
Download Trill Fam's album "All Or Nothing" on iTunes.
From the label that brought you Lil Boosie, Webbie and Foxx returns with their second label compilation album Trill Fam: All or Nothing. Trill Fam contains the hit singles "My People", "Turn the Beat Up" and introduces R&B newcomers Kim McCoy "I Miss U" and KaDe "The Secret" to the world. Songs from this album are also featured in the movie Ghetto Stories: The Movie.
Download Trill Fam's album "All Or Nothing" on iTunes.

Download "Incarcerated" on iTunes.

Like other albums from Lil Boosie, “Incarcerated” dives deep into the troubled soul of a young star on the rise plagued by his past and living in a corrupted society. Many of the songs on this album were recorded in what Boosie considered his “Last Days”. With features from the entire Trill Entertainment roster, “Incarcerated” is reminiscent of unity that is a key ingredient of the success of the label and lays the foundation for the next level of music from Lil Boosie and the Trill Fam.
Download "Incarcerated" on iTunes.


Download Lil' Boosie's "Bad Azz" on iTunes.

Baton Rouge, Louisiana's favorite son, rapper Lil' Boosie, returns with his full-length solo debut on Trill Entertainment, BAD AZZ. With his freakish Andre-3000-meets-Flavor-Flav delivery, Lil' Boosie splits the difference on BAD AZZ between hardcore street poetry a la Nas--his confessed inspiration as an MC--and good-time, Dirty South booty rhymes. Whether it's a call to the dance floor like "Ratchet" or a call to the streets like "Set it Off," BAD AZZ captures a unique MC at the peak of his powers.
Download Lil' Boosie's "Bad Azz" on iTunes.

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