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Street Jam: Lil Boosie, Piles, Young Dolph, 21 Savage, Lil Herb, Gorilla Zoe & Que
The Chicago Theatre
Oct 8 2016
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The sensational rapper, Torrence Hatch, known widely as Lil Boosie, is heading your way for a spectacular live performance. Lil Boosie kicked off his career in Louisiana and has today, gained success across the world. Named after the legendary funk artist, Bootsy Collins, the artist had a keen interest in music since a very young age. If you want to see the musician perform live in your town, be the first one to grab the Lil Boosie tickets for yourself and your friends. With so many fans across the world, the chances of the tickets running out are pretty high, so get them before it's too late.
Boosie began recording his own music right after he dropped out of school. With the help of C-Loc, the artist began recording his own solo music at home in the late 1990s. He joined the Concentration Camp group, after the group released their second studio album, “Camp II: Da Halocaust”. He even helped in the making of C-Loc's fifth album, “It's a Gamble”, which was released in 2000. The same year, Boosie released his own studio album by the name of, “Youngest of da Camp” with Camp Life Entertainment.
His talent was recognized immediately as his tunes became viral, especially in Baton Rouge. Featuring Max Minelli, Donkey and C-Lock, the album was produced mostly by Happy Perez and sold more than 13,000 copies. In 2001, he joined Trill Entertainment and went on to release the album, “For My Thugz”, which came out in 2002. Selling more than 15,000 copies, the album featured artists like Young Bleed, Webbie and Pimp C.
In 2003, Lil Boosie was approached by Pimp C and Webbie, with whom he recorded the album, “Ghetto Stories”. Selling more than 120,000 copies, the album received critical acclaim as well as commercial success. In 2004, Boosie released another smashing hit album, “Trill Azz Mixtape”, in collaboration with Webbie. Featuring some of the hit songs, the album was very well received by the audience. This encouraged the duo to release their second mixed album, “Gangsta Musik”, which also did not fail to impress the fans. Outshining many other contemporaries, Boosie's undeniable talent caught the attention of many universal groups. His popularity led to Lil Boosie releasing the album, “United We Stand, Divided We Fall” with South Coast Coalition.
Lil Boosie then went on to release the “Bass Ass Mixtape Vol. 1” in 2006. During the same year, he released another major album, “Bad Azz”. The single Zoom, from this album, featuring the talented artist Yung Joc, specifically gained a lot of acclaim. Centered on the death of his father, the album gained a lot of prominence in the music industry. The next year, the artist produced a “Bad Azz Mixtapes Vol. 2”, “Survival of the Fittest” as well as “Da Beginning Mixtape”. Till 2010, he released back to back singles and compilation albums. In 2010, his fourth studio album, “Incarcerated” was released through Asylum Records.
The multitalented artist gained a lot of critical acclaim for his performances in film such as “Gangsta Musik”, “Bad Azz”, “On the Grind”, “Last Dayz” and “Ghetto Stories: The Movie”. Not only this, the artist is also known for rocking the audience with every performance. Lil Boosie has won several awards like, the “Club Banger of the Year” award in 2008, “Best Breakthrough Artist” award in 2007 and has even been nominated for the “Best Rap Album” award for his album “Bad Azz”. Recently, Lil Boosie has been in limelight. He is going to release his upcoming sixth studio album, “Touchdown 2 Cause Hell” soon. If you want to hear the bands' old classic numbers and some new tracks from this album, get your hands on the Lil Boosie tickets before it is too late.