How did Lil Boosie earn his money and wealth?
Lil Boosie, real name Torrence Hatch Jr., was born on 14 November 1982 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. His father was a drug addict due to which he had a rough childhood. He was nicknamed ass Boosie by his parents and was later called Lil Boosie. He was known for his basketball skills in his school days but was later removed from school due to his involvement in drugs.
Lil Boosie is not only an American rapper but is also a singer, songwriter, record producer, record executive, and actor. He was introduced to Baton Rouge rapper C-Loc by his cousin brother Young Bleed in the late 1990s. C -Loc mentored Boosie after which Boosie joined the group ‘Concentration Camp’ at the age of 14 and was the youngest member of the group. Boosie earned the opportunity to debut in C-Loc’s fifth album titled ‘It’s A Gamble’ in the year 2000. The same year, Boosie also contributed to the group’s third studio album titled ‘Camp III: Thug Brothas’.’
Boosie recorded his debut album ‘Youngest of da Camp’ in the year 2000. Boosie got his major breakthrough in the year 2002 when he signed a deal with Pimp C’s Trill Entertainment and released his album ‘For My Thugz’ in the year 2002. He also released his first mixtape titled ‘Boosie’ in the year 2002. He released the album ‘Ghetto Stories’ along with rapper Webbie and released ‘Azz Mixtape Vol. 1’ in the year 2004. The same year, he released his second album ‘Gangsta Musik.’
Along with South Coast Coalition, Boosie later released ‘Both Sides of The Track’ in 2004. Boosie released ‘United We Stand, Divided We Fall’ in the year 2005 in collaboration with Lava House Records. He later released ‘Street Code’ along with Pat Lowrenzo. Boosie released a promotional track ‘Bad Ass (Advance)’ the same year and later went on to sign a deal with Warner Bros.
In the year 2006, Boosie released ‘Bad Ass Mixtape Vol. 1’ as a follow-up of ‘Bad Ass Advance.’ The same year, he released his major label debut album ‘Bad Azz’ along with mixtapes ‘Streetz Iz Mine and ‘DJ Drama (Gangsta Grillz).’