With next week's release date for the long-awaited Touchdown 2 Cause Hell looming, Boosie Badazz lets loose of his latest song, "Black Heaven." Where much of Boosie's post-Angola output--both the singles from this album and the mixtape he put out last year, Life After Deathrow--has been about his remarkable life story, "Black Heaven" turns the lens outward. With both Coles in tow, the Baton Rouge legend wonders about the respective afterlives of figures from 2Pac to Marvin Gaye to Rodney King. Jermaine and Keyshia do their capable thing, the latter on a breezy hook, the former on a climactic verse that sounds as if he's been listening to an awful lot of Me Against the World. Listen to "Black Heaven" right here:

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