Lil Boosie’s Album Is Dropping In July
Lil BoosieHometown: Baton Rouge, LA
Debut Album: Youngest Of Da Camp, Jan. 27, 2000
Age at first album: 17
Number of albums officially released: 5; Youngest Of Da Camp, Jan. 27, 2000; For My Thugz, Jan. 1, 2002; Bad Azz, Oct. 24, 2006; Superbad: The Return of Boosie Bad Azz, Sept. 15, 2009; Incarcerated, September 28, 2010
Collaborative albums: Ghetto Stories with Webbie, July 22, 2003; Gangsta Musik with Webbie, May 25, 2004; Trill Entertainment Presents: Survival Of The Fittest with Trill Ent., May 15, 2007; Trill Entertainment Presents: All Or Nothing with Trill Ent., Nov. 9, 2010
Number Of Albums Released While In Prison: 1 (Incarcerated)
Update (9:35 p.m.): Turns out Lil Boosie has a little more up his sleeve than originally planned, confirming during a trip through the XXL office this evening that he'll be dropping not one, but two new projects this year. Click here for the full story.
Original Story: Things are starting to heat up for Lil Boosie. Boosie dropped “Show Da World” earlier this month and "Pray For Me,” featuring Webbie And Foxx this morning. He's done his first two post-prison concerts already. One in Nashville where he rocked the stage with Young Buck. A few days later, Boosie stopped in Lafayette, Louisiana and made a memorable performance by bringing out Jeezy to perform their 2009 hit “Better Believe It.” The only thing next is an album right? Well fans got their answer today.
Lil Boosie will be releasing his currently untitled album on July 15, according to Complex. Boosie says that he has written over 1,000 songs when he was in jail and said he's working with artists such as 2 Chainz, T.I., Jeezy and Big K.R.I.T. Stay tuned.