Boosie Badazz Goes Back Behind Bars for “America’s Most Wanted” Video
Boosie BadAzz is gearing up to release his anticipated BooPac album next month, and we're getting a preview of what we can expect in his new visuals. The Baton Rouge native releases the music video for his "America's Most Wanted" record, which features him going back behind bars.
The dark visuals begin with Boosie walking into prison in an orange jumpsuit while wearing handcuffs, surrounded by authorities who take him to his cell. Other scenes show him rapping outside in the recreational area, where he sports a denim uniform alongside other prisoners. There's also footage of him rhyming some of the gritty bars near the prison cell, where he is backed by other men that are in the facility with him.
The new video comes as Boosie promotes his upcoming BooPac project, which is slated to release on Dec. 15. While "America's Most Wanted" isn't on the 24-song tracklist, the new album does feature songs with London Jae, B. Will, Yung Bleu and Lee Banks.
In a recent interview with XXL, the Louisiana rapper reveals why he decided to go with BooPac as the album title, which pays homage to Tupac.
"I named it BooPac because it was a lot of pressure from my fans to name it BooPac too," he admits. "A lot of people didn’t grow up on 2Pac. He affected me in a way where he made me want to rap and tell my story. He wasn’t afraid to talk about what I went through. So 2Pac was a heavy influence on my career as far as me wanting to not fabricate my story, me wanting to really rap about what I really went through."
Watch the official music video for Boosie BadAzz's "America's Most Wanted" below.
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