Lil Boosie

Rapper Raised on the rough streets of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Lil Boosie (born Terrance Hatch) experienced first-hand a life that most artists only talk about on records. The Trill Entertainment rapper has collaborated with southern hip-hop celebs like Three Six Mafia, Yung Joc, Webbie and Bun B., but as his star and popularity were rising Boosie’s old way of life crept up again. In 2009, he was sentenced to eight years at the Louisiana State Penitentiary for drug charges. While in prison, he released his fifth studio LP, rightfully entitled Incarcerated. On March 5, 2014, the father of four was released from the pen after serving five years of his sentence, and wasted no time jumping right back into the studio to prepare for his forthcoming album. He recently dropped the video to his new single, "Show the World," featuring fellow Baton Rouge rapper Webbie.

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