It would be best if you cleared a path for Boosie Badazz. The Baton Rouge legend has been on a tear since he was released from Angola 14 months ago; the run has been bolstered by stellar singles like "Crazy," "Black Rain" and "Retaliation." Now, WorldStar Hip Hop has taken it upon themselves to make sure the entire process is documented, from Boosie's first days as a free man through the completion of his comeback album, Touchdown 2 Cause Hell. The second installment of the documentary is available now, jumps way back, attempting to paint a picture of Boosie's Baton Rouge as early as 1990. We also get to see him at low moments, shortly after a two-year sentence is handed down. Like everything with the Bad Azz rapper, it's tense, human and gripping, anchored by his unerring charisma.

Boosie remains on parole until 2018, but his acquittal on first-degree murder charges stemming from the 2009 killing of a man named Terry Boyd. The case received national attention, not just for Boosie's stature in hip-hop, but for the use of his lyrics as evidence against him. Watch the first installment below and prepare your stereo systems and souls for Touchdown 2 Cause Hell, out July 15.

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