From Southside Baton Rouge, he stepped in on “Youngest Of The Camp,” and segued into Webbie featured “Ghetto Stories” and “Gangsta Musik”. Maintaining consistent sales, Boosie Bad Azz is much more to Louisiana rap listeners. He’s a representative for the urban community. A coveted superstar in Louisiana with a cult-like following, Boosie blew up and kept the mixtape game ringing with hot heartfelt mixtapes. Leading him to national prominence, Baton Rouge’s voice experienced the ebb and flow of being a national star.
Overcoming adversity and enjoying the fruits of his labor, Boosie had what some would label the best year of his life followed by discovering he had kidney cancer. Currently rehabilitating from a successful surgery, Torrence “Boosie Bad Azz” Hatch creates a definitive mixtape/album, “In My Feelings (Goin’ Thru It)” that captures his truest current day emotional state.
In brief, the unadulterated lyrical presentation by Boosie continues to serve as the pure reality of life. One of the key attributes Bad Azz possesses is the ability to present the visual and storyline of true experience.
He begins this project with a melancholy “Rain”. “The struggle of a young hustler, I could teach you man/ Cancer in and out my body, I can breathe again”. Moving right into “Cancer”, the banging musical oxymoron with a dreamy soulful track, “I can’t believe this ****, Cancer got me scared like I’m bout to leave this ****”. Boosie spits one of his most profound verses, “Father God, I need answers, Tell me God, how I get cancer?” He continues his testimony and asks “How long I live after my kidney gone?”
While it would be effortless to give our readers a song by song review, The Heat is certain readers will take a thorough listen to this 10-track narrative delivered by Boosie Bad Azz.
The Heat Magazine encourages our readers to enjoy Boosie’s latest release.
The album can be purchased on iTunes In My Feelings. (Goin’ Thru It) by Boosie Badazz