Lil Boosie told those assembled, and live streaming, his press conference yesterday (March 10) that he made over 1,000 songs while in prison. The Baton Rouge rapper hasn’t stopped there, claiming that he has already recorded over 15 songs since his release.
Chants of “Free Boosie” are no longer needed now that Lil Boosie is free from imprisonment. After being home nearly a week, he invited a list of 20 industry friends to the Zoe at the W hotel in New Orleans to enjoy an exclusive dinner.
Lil Boosie is a free man, and most everyone is celebrating. The Baton Rouge rapper will be holding a press conference today (March 10) at 2 pm ET.
Well that was fast. Lil Boosie released music at a high volume prior to serving nearly five years in prison, so we expected nothing less after he was freed.
Lil Boosie was released from prison less than 24 hours ago. As if the Internets weren’t already in a frenzy, the Baton Rouge rapper delivered his first batch of new bars for your listening pleasure.
The Louisiana Hip-Hop community has a bit of good news to go with the unfortunate events that transpired at Mardi Gras World on Fat Tuesday.
It sounds like Lil Boosie will be coming home even sooner than expected. In December, it was reported that Boosie was due to walk out of the bing in August 2014.
It’s been a long time coming, but Lil Boosie will finally step foot on free terrain sooner than you think. Per a report by NOLA, the Baton Rouge rapper only has about eight more months to serve in his sentence.
Bun B released his new album, The Epilogue, today. With that, fans receive “Cake,” a new song featuring Pimp C, Big K.R.I.T., and Lil Boosie.
The chants of “Free Lil Boosie!” may soon come to an end, if the legally-troubled rapper’s attorneys are correct in their assessment. Lil Boosie is currently serving an eight-year bid on drug charges, but his legal team only expects him to do four to five more months at the most.
A bizarre case involving slain Trill Fam artist Lil Phat has added an alarming new development. Police in Atlanta say they have three of four suspects wanted in the murder of the rapper. One of the accused is a former Russian mobster who prosecutors say ordered a hit on the rapper, a past Webbie and Lil […]