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Lil Boosie Hits The Road And He Might Be Coming To Your City

Lil Boosie has been making headlines for his Touch Down To Cause Hell Tour. His first post-prison concert was in Nashville where he rocked the stage with Young Buck...

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Lil Boosie & Jeezy Perform In Louisiana

Lil Boosie is back on the road. Bad Azz was recently in Fayette, Louisiana and linked up with Jeezy, to the surprise of the crowd, and performed their 2009 collab, "Better Believe It...

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7 Rappers Who Pay The Most In Child Support

It seems a story surfaces nearly every day in hip-hop that pertains to a child support case. From DMX owing $1 million to Juvenile questioning his 13-year-old son's paternity after racking up $160K in back pay, rappers have not had the most luck when it comes to monetary settlements with baby mamas...

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Lil Boosie Performs First Post-Prison Concert In Nashville

After some setbacks, Lil Boosie has been cleared show the world his updated act. Bad Azz performed his first post-bid concert at Nashville Municipal Auditorium on Friday (April 11) night...

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Lil Boosie

Incarcerated: November 9th, 2009
Released: Mar. 5, 2014
Amount Of Time: 1577 Days
Charge: Possession of marijuana, violating parole, and conspiring to bring drugs into a penal institution
What Happened: Boosie was busted in 2009 on his third weed possession charge, which landed him with a two-year bid, which the judge then doubled when Boosie violated his probation. Everything was doubled again when he pleaded guilty for trying to have drugs smuggled into his prison cell—this while he was fighting a murder rap for the 2009 killing of another local rapper. He stared down the death penalty and won the case, and celebrated with his release last week after five years behind bars.
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Lil Boosie Concert Was Cancelled Due To Parole Restrictions

Boosie may be a free man after over four years in the pen, but Bad Azz isn’t free to travel as he pleases just yet. Boosie was scheduled to perform April 18 at the Jackson County (MS) Fairgrounds as part of Mississippi Gulf Coast Spring Break but due to his parole in Louisiana, Boosie will not be able to cross state lines

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Lil Boosie Travels The Globe In “Show Da World” Video

Lil Boosie finally releases his first official visual since becoming a free man, shooting a video for his single "Show Da World" featuring Webbie and Kiara...

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Lil Boosie, “Born To Be Bad” (Originally Published November 2009)

Words Benjamin Meadows-Ingram

Life really does work in mysterious way. Just look at Lil Boosie. With his buzz at its highest point, the self-coined Bad Ass was hit with a two-year prison sentence this past September...

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For a while now, fans have been comparing Lil Boosie and his recent release from serving a nearly five-year prison sentence to the late Tupac Shakur, widely regarded as one of the greatest rappers of all time. And before you scoff it off—no one, at least no one as far as we've seen, has actually put Boosie's rapping up against 'Pac's—it's not the worst comparison in the world. For one, the two rappers were both icons of their cities and regions, held up as bigger than the music during their recording careers; 'Pac was the most visible lightning rod for Cali during the East Coast vs. West Coast battles of the 1990s, while it's hard to overstate Boosie's influence and impact over Louisiana and the South in general.

So many people have been bringing up the two in connection with each other that Boosie was actually asked about the comparisons after his press conference following his release, where he chalked up the juxtaposition to the fact that they both make "heartfelt songs," calling it "a privilege" to be put in the same category of the late great.

Well, that was enough for us. XXL decided to break things down and see if the comparisons actually check out. The scale and time differential are tough to reconcile—'Pac was simply a bigger artist in a time when record sales were gargantuan—but it's still a fascinating look, side by side. For comparison's sake, we've included 'Pac's career up through The Don Killuminati: 7 Day Theory, the last project he completed before his untimely death Sept. 13, 1996. Without further ado, let's go. —Layne Weiss and Dan Rys 
For a while now, fans have been comparing Lil Boosie and his recent release from serving a nearly five-year prison sentence to the late Tupac Shakur, widely regarded as one of the greatest rappers of all time. And before you scoff it off—no one, at least no one as far as we've seen, has actually put Boosie's rapping up against 'Pac's—it's not the worst comparison in the world. For one, the two rappers were both icons of their cities and regions, held up as bigger than the music during their recording careers; 'Pac was the most visible lightning rod for Cali during the East Coast vs. West Coast battles of the 1990s, while it's hard to overstate Boosie's influence and impact over Louisiana and the South in general.

So many people have been bringing up the two in connection with each other that Boosie was actually asked about the comparisons after his press conference following his release, where he chalked up the juxtaposition to the fact that they both make "heartfelt songs," calling it "a privilege" to be put in the same category of the late great.

Well, that was enough for us. XXL decided to break things down and see if the comparisons actually check out. The scale and time differential are tough to reconcile—'Pac was simply a bigger artist in a time when record sales were gargantuan—but it's still a fascinating look, side by side. For comparison's sake, we've included 'Pac's career up through The Don Killuminati: 7 Day Theory, the last project he completed before his untimely death Sept. 13, 1996. Without further ado, let's go. Layne Weiss and Dan Rys 
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Comparing Lil Boosie And Tupac By The Numbers

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Lil Boosie Is Trying To Be As Rich As Jay Z

Now that Boosie is back on the streets, he's more focused than ever before. Setting his sights on earning that Jay Z type of income, Boosie says that he's aiming for icon status this time...

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