Lil Boosie is a rapper from America. He started to rap in the 1990s where he started it as a member of Concentration Camp. In 2000, he decided to pursue a solo career by releasing his debut album entitled Youngest of da Camp. What is Lil Boosie net worth? Let’s find out about it here together with the other information about Lil Boosie.
Lil Boosie Net Worth
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Lil Boosie’s net worth is $800 thousand.
Lil Boosie Early Life
Torrence Ivy Hatch Jr. is the complete name of Boosie. His nickname is Boosie Badazz or Boosie or Lil Boosie. He was born on November 14th, 1982 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He grew up on West Garfield Street. His mother’s name is Connie Hatch and she worked as a school principal. His father’s name is Torrence Hatch, Sr. and he passed away in 1997. He suffered from type 1 diabetes in 2008.
Lil Boosie Music Career
Here is the music career journey of Lil Boosie according to Wikipedia. In the late 1990s, Young Dee, who is Lil Boosie’s cousin, introduced Boosie to Baton Rouge rapper C-Loc. Young Bleed and C-Loc and also MD mentored him. Then, Boosie joined the group Concentration Camp as the youngest member where it happened in 1998. The members of the group include Young Bleed, Happy Perez, C-Loc, Boo, J-Von, Max Minelli, Lucky Knuckles and Lee Tyme. Finally, Boosie debuted on the fifth album of C-Loc entitled “It’s A Gamble” in 2000 and Concentration Camp third studio album entitled “Camp III: Thug Brothas” in 2000.
Young Bleed left the Camp and it helped put Lil Boosie in a prime position among the group. Together with Max Minelli and C-Loc, he became one of the faces of the Camp. When he was 17 years old, he recorded his debut album entitled Youngest of da Camp. The production of the album was handled mostly by Happy Perez and it featured Max Minelli, C-Loc and Donkey.
In 2001, Boosie joined Trill Entertainment. Then, in 2002, he released the album entitled For My Thugz. The album featured Young Bleed, Pimp C, Webbie. His first mixtape entitled Boosie 2002 (Advance) was also released by Boosie where it featured contributions by Max Minelli and Pimp C.
In the summer of 2003, he made a collaboration with Webbie on the album entitled Ghetto Stories and it was presented by Pimp C. In 2004, the duo cooperated again on Trill Azz Mixtape Vol. 1 and here they featured an appearance of Torrence “Bad Azz”. Trill Azz Mixes II was released by him and it introduced Phat which then is known as Lil Phat. Boosie worked again with Webbie to release their second compilation album entitled Gangsta Musik.
In 2004, Both Sides of the Track was released by Boosie and South Coast. A compilation mixtape entitled Bad Ass was also released by Boosie with a few new tracks such as Trill Shit. There was also the track I Smoke, I Drank by Body Head Bangerz which features Boosie and Young Bleed off their debut album entitled Body Head Bangerz: Volume One. On January 1st, 2005, Boosie partnered with Lava House Records to released United We Stand, Divided We Fall. Street Code was also released by him with Pat Lowrenzo. In 2005, Bad Ass was released by Boosie to promote BadAzz.
In January 2005, a deal with Warner Bros, Records was signed by Boosie.
In early 2006, Bad Ass Mixtape Vol. 1 was released by Trill as a follow up to Bad Ass Advance. In the same year, Bad Azz was released. On that album, there is the single entitled “Zoom” featuring Yung Joc. In early December 2006, Lil Boosie and DJ Drama released the mixtape entitled “Streetz Is Mine”. In the mixtape, they featured a guest appearance by Webbie.
In 2007, Bad Azz Mixtapes Vol. 2 was released by Lil Boosie. Together with Webbie, he appeared on the remix of Wipe Me Down. This remix was on the Trill Entertainment compilation album entitled Survival of the Fittest. It was released in 2007.
In 2008, Da Beginning Mixtape was released by Boosie. His new mixtape entitled “4th of July Bash” was released by him at his Fourth of July Bash party. In the same year, exactly in December, Lil Boosie Presents: Da Click was released. In 2008, on the single entitled Independent, he was featured by Webbie and he was among some rappers to be featured on “Out Here Grindin” by DJ Khaled.
In March 2009, “The Return Of Mr. Wipe Me Down” was released by Boosie as a promotion mixtape to his second major album. In 2009, the second major album of Boosie was released and the title was Superbad: The Return of Boosie Bad Azz. “Better Believe It” was the first single from the album.
In the same year, he presented his debut label Bad Azz Entertainment. “Thug Passion” was released by him on his Bad Azz Entertainment label in 2009. In July, a mixtape entitled “Category 7: Bad Azz Hurricane” was released by him together with Hurricane Chris. A mixtape entitled Untouchables was also released by Boosie with LoLa Monroe. A mixtape entitled “The 25th Hour” was also released by Boosie.
His fourth studio album entitled “Incarcerated” was released by Boosie on September 28th, 2010 on Asylum Records. “Gone Til’ December” was released by Boosie in 2010. It is a mixtape album which consists of new music.
In October 2014, Lil Boosie decided to change his stage name to Boosie Badazz. In April 2014, he made an announcement that his sixth studio album entitled Touchdown 2 Cause Hell would be released on July 15th, 2014. However, it was pushed back to another date.
On October 30th, 2014, another of his mixtape was released entitled Life After Deathrow. It featured Trey Songz, Yo Gotti, LIV and Shy Glizzy.
Together with C-Murder, an announcement was made by Boosie Badazz about the Penitentiary Chances joint album on January 18th, 2016 through AllHipHop. On December 15th, 2017, his seventh studio album entitled BooPac was released.
On November 22nd, 2018, “Boosie Blues Cafe” was released and on March 29th, 2019 “Badazz 3.5” was released.
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