Louisiana rapper Lil Boosie has officially cemented his name change to “Boosie Bad Azz” with the release of his new Life After Deathrow mixtape.
The Southern rap star’s newest music offering premiered online Thursday (October 30).
Lil Boosie (who apparently prefers to be called Boosie Bad Azz these days) delivers Life After Deathrow, the first project since his long-awaited released from prison earlier this year. The mixtape is light on the guest spots, with only Trey Songz, Yo Gotti, Shy Glizzy and LIV making appearances, but we all know you came here for new Boosie — and there’s a whole 18 tracks from him. (Miss Info TV)
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A Boosie representative recently confirmed the rapper’s unexpected name change.
Lil Boosie is out of prison after more than five years behind bars, and now he’s got a new rap name to go along with all that newfound freedom. On two of his most recent appearances—”Beez Like” off Jeezy’s Seen It All and “Jet Fuel” from T.I.’s “Paperwork”—the Baton Rouge MC has been credited in the liner notes as Boosie Badazz rather than his original name Lil Boosie. Today a rep for the rapper confirmed that the liner notes weren’t an accident, and that they reflected an official name change for him. (XXL Mag)
Earlier this month, Boosie and rapper Meek Mill‘s “F*ck You Mean” premiered across the Internet.
As of right now, it is unknown when Meek will actually be released from prison, but his new single is a return to the energetic and chaotic musical style of the Philly born rapper. Headlining the song with with a grimy verse filled with boasts about his Balmain jeans and a catchy rapid fire chorus, Meek’s music can still get the blood boiling. Boosie, who was released earlier this year, also turns in a equally entertaining verse where he brags about the amount money he spends on clothes every day and the type of women he attracts. (Complex)