Posts Tagged ‘Boosie’

Chedda Da Connect f. Fetty Wap, Yo Gotti, Boosie Badazz & Boston George – “Flicka Da Wrist (Remix)”

Monday, June 15th, 2015

Chedda Da Connect enlists just about everybody for the remix to his viral hit single, “Flicka Da Wrist.”

Source: Chedda Da Connect f. Fetty Wap, Yo Gotti, Boosie Badazz & Boston George – “Flicka Da Wrist (Remix)”

10 Must Listen Boosie Badazz Songs From His Career So Far

Saturday, May 30th, 2015

As Lil Boosie’s “Touchdown 2 Cause Hell” hits stores this week, we breakdown ten essential tracks from the Baton Rouge, Louisiana native.

Source: 10 Must Listen Boosie Badazz Songs From His Career So Far

Boosie Badazz: My Clothing Line Made $4 Million in Eight Months

Monday, April 20th, 2015


From music to fashion, Boosie is ready to take on every department in the entertainment industry. The self-proclaimed trendsetter’s latest business venture is just under a year old, but the success of his brand has proven that it’ll someday reach Rocawear status.

Dubbed “The Official Lil Boosie Collection,” Jewel House represents Boosie’s lifestyle, which is based on family (the “jewels of his life”) and staying clean. Boosie says he got the deal because of his popular “Pretty Boy Swag” and the fact that he can “put on anything and look good.”

The Baton Rouge rapper (who will soon have his line in streetwear store City Gear) is currently overseeing the designs for Jewel House’s upcoming collection, slated to release in July. Watch above to hear more about his brand and fashion sense in this exclusive clip from DJ Smallz Eyes. For more interviews from DJ Smallz Eyes


Tuesday, July 1st, 2014

When it comes to hip hop and r&b, great music producers stand out and can anchor a project in a positive way. The Heat Magazine was able to
catch up with burgeoning producer Heartbeatz. Here’s his story:

The Heat Magazine: How long have you been a professional producer?

Heartbeatz: I’ve been doing it since 2007.

The Heat Magazine: What musicians or producers inspire you?

Heartbeatz: Drumma Boy, Mannie Fresh, KLC, Just Blaze, and Justice League.

The Heat Magazine: Tell us about some of the acts you’ve worked with?

Heartbeatz: I’ve worked with the late, great Pimp C., Rocko, BG, Pastor Troy, Scooter, Kevin Gates, Young Buck, Trae the Truth, Drumma Boy, Boosie, and Plies. The list goes on.

The Heat Magazine: What advice would you give to producers in the 21st century?

Heartbeatz: Keep God first, stay humble, work hard, invest into your own talent, build your network and grind hard, take no days off, and copyright all work done by you.

The Heat Magazine: What makes you unique as a producer?

Heartbeatz: Being able to write, produce, make the the track, understand the sounds, hard work, and dedication.

The Heat Magazine: Being from the south, how does that impact you as an artist/producer?

Heartbeatz: Being from the south makes me have to grind twice as hard. It’s not as big as other markets to get the opportunities you deserve. Down here, only the strong make it. So it’s go hard or get a job lol.

The Heat Magazine: What can we expect from you in the near future?

Heartbeatz: Sky is the limit. I’m currently working on an ATL artist by the name of Jharden. He’s a very talented guy. I’m also working on my r&b artist Tysen Davis and a new beat CD hosted by a surprise Dj. I have hot new music dropping with Scooter, 550, Jody Breeze, Cris Kelly, XVII, Boosie, and unheard Pimp C material to name a few.

The Heat Magazine: What’s your opinion on today’s music industry as it relates to social media?

Heartbeatz: Social media and this industry go hand in hand. It gives you a way to communicate and networks with the who’s who in the game. Through social websites, talent is really being discovered. Beside the cats with the “fake it til you make it” swag because you can be whoever you want to be on social sites lmao, but it’s a must.

The Heat Magazine: How important is education to you?

Heartbeatz: Education is a must. It’s no good to earn money but cant maintain it. Young artists please focus on education because if things dont work out, you’ll have a solid grind to fall back on. I told my artist Tysen this and she took heed (she’s so humble). Education is key.

The Heat Magazine: What advice would you give to an artist in Louisiana about breaking a record?

Heartbeatz: Get with a good producer that has a quality sound, build a working relationship with djs throughout the south and other areas. Understand that if your quality sucks djs will not play it because it sounds horrible. Network and grind, have confidence and leave that cocky shit at home.

The Heat Magazine: Everybody loves the south for the most part, what’s your favorite southern dish?

Heartbeatz: Jambalaya and as you can see, I’m no stranger to eating lol.

The Heat Magazine: What advice would you give to artists and producers in committed relationships?

Heartbeatz: If you are in this music game and desire to be in a relationship, be careful who you make your lover. Because it takes a special kind of lady to stand and stay strong in this game. Trust, communication, and understanding will be needed! A man with dreams needs a woman with vision that keeps God first.

The Heat Magazine: Did you play in the band or study music?

Heartbeatz: As a kid I played in church. Then my cousin Jonathan Bender went pro and started a label. I was blessed to work close with KLC and Mannie Freah learning many valuable lessons that helped me and I still carry them to this day. It’s safe to say I was schooled by the best.

The Heat Magazine: What’s your greatest accomplishment?

Heartbeatz: God using me to save a life (hands down), the greatest!

The Heat Magazine: You live in Atlanta now, where are you originally from?

Heartbeatz: Picayune, Ms., a small town. Weems Street raised…my boy (homie).

The Heat Magazine: Did the move help your career?

Heartbeatz: Yes it did. I was actually outgrowing my city. My momma always said “son you want better, sometimes you have to change your people, places, and things. I did that and now the demand for a heartbeatz track is crazier than ever. Thanks to my management team Wayne Grind, L Kelly, and Charlie Seaberry. Thanks to you for this interview fam.

The Heat Magazine: Describe yourself when you’re not doing music?

Heartbeatz: I like to spend time with my daughter, give my girl her time then chill with the fellows. I’m really a simple kind of guy so when I’m not being a super producer, I’m being a super dad, super friend, super boyfriend so I guess you can say I’m a super guy.

The Heat Magazine: I understand you and a friend, Wayneard Magee saved an elderly lady’s life who was contemplating suicide?

Heartbeatz: Yes me and my road manager @WayneGrind were traveling from Louisiana back to Atlanta. Then we saw a car stopped near the edge of the bridge. I pulled over and Wayne asked did she need help and her response was, “I’m about to jump over.” Wayne was shocked and he looked at me then she tried to make a break. We grabbed her until the police came. We held the traffic up for more than 45 minutes. I’m just happy God used us and we didn’t pass her up like the other cars ahead. Thank God.

The Heat Magazine: Who is your role model?

Heartbeatz: My big homie 240, Weems Street boss.

The Heat Magazine: Any additional comments you would like to tell our readers?

Heartbeatz: To all rappers around the world if you don’t have a heartbeat, then you ain’t breathing, get at my management and let’s work.

For more information on Heartbeatz, follow him @heartbeatzent on Instagram and Twitter, check out his website, and follow @WayneGrind also. For tracks,hooks , or features contact @WayneGrind at 228-861-6668 or Charlie Seaberry 985-774-5460.

Lil Boosie May Be Released From Prison in a Few Months

Monday, September 16th, 2013


Lil Boosie, currently locked up on drug charges, could be seeing freedom very soon.

Jeff Weiss, the journalist who covered the Baton Rouge rapper’s trial for “Rolling Stone,” spoke to Boosie’s attorneys who shared info regarding his release and new music. Weiss tweeted what he knows, and apparently the judge has agreed to return Boosie’s hard drive containing unreleased music. He also said Boosie should be a free man in “no more than four to five months from today.”

Here’s to hoping Boosie’s attorneys know what they’re talking about.

Lil Boosie To Stand Trial For Murder In April

Monday, February 13th, 2012

Incarcerated rapper Lil Boosie has written an open letter to fans revealing his murder trial is set to begin in April (12).

The hip-hop star is currently behind bars serving an eight-year sentence after he confessed to attempting to sneak drugs into jail while serving time for a previous drug and gun possession charge.

Boosie, real name Torrence Hatch, is also accused of first-degree murder for the death of Terry Boyd in October, 2009. The rapper is accused of hiring hitmen to kill the 35 year old and faces the death penalty if found guilty.

Now he has revealed the trial will begin in April – and he’s asking fans to pray for him as the hearing date nears.

He writes, “I go to trial for this murder charge in April so please keep me in your prayers. To all my fans who write me (sic) through J-Pay make sure you put your address so I can respond. Its (sic) hard to write every body back but I will try my best to do so.

“I want to thank God for everything and now I know the real from the fake and I can say that not too many are not real. I also want to send love to the realest woman in the world my Mama Mrs. Connie who’s my best friend, mama, spiritual adviser and #1 Fan.”

Lil Boosie Writes Letter To Fans As His April Murder Trial Approaches

Tuesday, January 17th, 2012

Lil Boosie has really been going through a difficult time these last couple of years. He’s been locked up since June 2010, awaiting trial for a murder charge. In November 2011 he was sentenced to eight years for trying to smuggle drugs into Louisiana’s Dixon Correctional Center and Angola State Penitentiary.

Despite the difficulties he’s facing and the fast approaching April 2012 murder trial for the 2009 slaying of 35-year old Terry Boyd, who Boosie is accused of killing using a hit man, the Baton Rouge rapper is doing his best to remain upbeat.

He just penned a letter to his fans thanking them for their support. He also updates them on upcoming projects, including an album by his daughter Iviona.

Read the letter below.

A letter to all my fans,

First, I want to than you all of you for supporting me through these hard time. Last month I was sentence to 8 years with credit for time served so i will have to do 19 months on that sentence. I go to trial for this murder charge in April so please keep me in your prayers.

To all my fans who write me through J-Pay make sure you put your address so I can respond. Its hard to write every body back but I will try my best to do so. I would also like my all my fans to support Young Jeezy new album TM 103 hes a real n**** with a big heart. I want to thank Plies, Yo Gotti, Marcus Spears, Jout Dallas, Earl Wayne and Jamarcus Russell for keeping it real with me and Pacman also. My daughter Iviona album will be coming soon so be on the lookout for it. Its HOTT!!!


Friday, November 25th, 2011

New Orleans Union Of Entertainment All Stars return with their sixth and final mixtape installment for 2011 – and it promises to be a memorable one.

Remember Louisiana” is destined to be another NOUE All Stars classic, and ironically enough, it is being released just in time for the infamous Bayou Classic.

Remember Louisiana” features Curren$y, Juvenile, Rick Ross, Fiend, Street Wiz, Level, Mystikal, Mouse, Boosie, Webbie, Lil Cali, Trey Songz, Smoke DZA, Trademark Da Skydiver, Young Roddy, Sir Michael Rocks, Devious, Ice Mike, Da U Boys, Strait Jigg, Redd, Poizon Ivy, 89 Boyz, Majesty Sozey, Ghetto Twiinz, Twelly, Marcy, Big Ramp, The Flamez, Phil Mac, and Bonka.

Remember Louisiana” is a true representation of the 504, 225 and 985, area codes in Louisiana that have produced some of the most prolific, legendary and talented urban artists anywhere in the country.

Released on Friday, November 25, 2011, “Remember Louisiana” is already demonstrating its prowess, based on the number of downloads and listens it has already had. “Remember Louisiana” is another highly awaited mixtape being released following the amazingly successful album, Tha Shutdown by Da U Boys and ahead of Strait Jigg’s ‘Ova Ya Dome’ December mixtape release and Devious’ upcoming 2012 album.

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1.         Corvette Doors – Curren$y

2.         Power – Juvenile featuring Rick Ross

3.         Street Lights – Fiend featuring Street Wiz

4.         Dumb D – Level featuring Mystikal & Mouse

5.         Tear It Down – Boosie & Webbie

6.         Let Me Die – Lil Cali featuring Trey Songz & Smoke DZA

7.         1st Place – Curren$y featuring Trademark Da Skydiver, Young Roddy & Sir Michael Rocks

8.         Black Shirt, Black Shoes, Black Jeans – Devious

9.         Pick It Back Up – Da U Boys

10.       Money is Da Motivation – Redd & Poizon Ivy

11.       Dream Girl – 89 Boyz

12.       Go HAM – Strait Jigg featuring 17th Snoop of Da U Boys

13.       Matter of Time – Majesty Sozey

14.       Bring It Over Here – Devious featuring Da U Boys

15.       Beat A B*tch Down – Ghetto Twiinz featuring Trelly

16.       Little Red Cup – Marcy

17.       Headflat – Big Ramp

18.       After Party – The Flamez featuring Phil Mic & Bonka

19.       Giving You G – Ice Mike

Q6 Entertainment presents Q6 featuring Lil Boosie & T-Strz in ‘Mouthpiece’

Friday, November 25th, 2011

Q6 Entertainment presents Q6 featuring Lil Boosie & T-Strz in “Mouthpiece”:  T-strz – Mouth Piece_01

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Lil Boosie’s Mom Claims Rapper Friends Abandoned Him

Friday, August 26th, 2011

Lil Boosie has been serving time behind bars, while a trial continues for his alleged involvement in a string of murders. According to his mother, Connie Hatch, none of Boosie’s rap associates have reached out to him while he’s been incarcerated.

“He’s locked up in the cell for 23 hours. The only time he comes out is one-hour a day…Not one rapper [has reached out] — The only person I have spoken with is Young Jeezy. I heard from him but he hasn’t done anything as of yet. But the rest of them, you hear from them, but when you call them, they know my number so they don’t respond. My child was not like that. He gave to everybody.”