Louisiana rapper Lil Boosie is putting on for his state after recently linking up for a joint effort alongside Webbie by teaming up with jailed New Orleans artist C-Murder.
Boosie and Murder’s new “Came 2 Da Can” landed online early Monday (March 10).
It hasn’t been one week since Lil Boosie came home from jail, but he has already released a couple of songs. Today, his newest song has come out, and it is a collaboration with C-Murder, who is currently still incarcerated on a life sentence in a Louisiana State Prison. The song, “Came2DaCan,” is another raw street offering. Boosie will be having his first press conference since coming home Monday. (Complex)
Days prior, Boosie and Webbie’s “Wartime” record surfaced online Saturday (March 8) evening.
Less than a week after being released from prison, Lil Boosie has already dropped his “Ride Home” freestyle. Now the Baton Rouge rapper reunites with his “Wipe Me Down” collaborator Webbie for “Wartime,” another post-prison release. The rappers exchange friendly fire over the $hop With Ken-produced track, which ends with gun shots and a sound bite from Menace II Society. (Rap-Up)
Recently, Webbie spoke out on Boosie’s release.
Lil Boosie was released early by prison officials because of his good behavior behind bars … but Boosie’s friend Webbie thinks the rapper was really sprung by a much higher power than the warden. Webbie hails from Louisiana, just like Boosie, and tells TMZ it was the hand of God that opened the prison doors — “I told Boo that God has a plan. He got my brother free.” Part of God’s plan … according to Webbie includes laying down tracks — he says now that LB is sprung … they’re going straight into the studio to start making music together again. Webbie says he plans to surprise Boosie at home in Baton Rouge … and then the whole town’s gonna celebrate Boosie’s freedom. (TMZ)
Bad Azz became a free man shortly after 7 PM EST Wednesday (March 5).
Rapper Lil Boosie, whose real is Torrence Hatch, walked out of prison a free man Wednesday evening, after being locked up for more than four years. Warden Burl Cain said Hatch was released from the Louisiana State Penitentiary in Angola at 7:10 p.m. He was then transferred to a West Feliciana Parish Sheriff’s Office facility in St. Francisville, where family members were waiting for him. “It’s a blessing for him to be home,” said fan Clifford Jackson. “He went through the struggle, he’s home and just wish him the best.” (WAFB News)
Check out “Came 2 Da Can”: