Musicalbobsie Badazz is a rapper born and raised in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He is known for his rhymes that retell lurid stories from the streets.
The rapper began his career in the late 1990s as a member of the group Concentration Camp. He was mentored by his cousin Young Bleed and Baton Rouge rapper C-Loc.
Future of Musicalbobsie
- Baton Rouge rapper Boosie BadAzz is still making music and he just released his third project In House. He’s also got a joint album with Webbie, and he recently made an appearance in a movie called Ambassador.
- He has an exciting future ahead of him and he’s definitely going to be killing it in the music industry. Watch the video above to hear his stories about his time with late Houston rapper Pimp C, his future music with Webbie, and how he built his musical empire. Plus, he gives some advice on Instagram hustles and how to build your brand!
Perfect Soundtracks to Strip Clubs
The Baton Rouge, Louisiana, rap veteran has made a name for himself as the quintessential regional MC. His rhymes are ripped from lurid newspaper headlines and his basslines are perfect soundtracks to strip clubs across the South.
After a long and harrowing stint in prison, musicalbobsie is back with Touchdown 2 Cause Hell, the sixth album to come out since he returned to music in 2014. He told VIBE what it meant to be behind bars for five years and how this new project came together.
Emotional And Hilarious Experience With Musicalbobsie
It’s not often a rapper goes from being a hard-core street artist to the frontline of theater, but the Baton Rouge, Louisiana, native has made it happen with a traveling hip-hop musical, Thugs and the Women Who Love Them. It’s an emotional and hilarious experience. If you’re in the mood to laugh and cry, you can catch the show in Brooklyn, Dallas and Detroit. We’ll be reporting more on the tour as we get closer to its end. Stay tuned for more from Boosie! Then, make sure to follow him on Twitter for more updates.
Churning Out Solid Tunes
A slew of award-winning rappers have come and gone in the years since the late ’90s, but Baton Rouge’s musicalbobsie Badazz has consistently delivered top-shelf material. From his earliest releases under the tutelage of former No Limit slinger Young Bleed to his recent forays into the world of Broadway, he has a knack for churning out solid tunes while staying in character.
- One of the many perks of being an in-demand performer is that he gets to do a lot of gimmicky things. For example, he was the star of the traveling hip-hop musical Thugs & the Women Who Love Them.
- He’s also a talented singer and has starred in several films. But he hasn’t always had the easiest time sticking to the straight and narrow.
A year removed from his five-year stretch in prison, the Baton Rouge emcee has finally stepped away from the bars and back into the studio to release his sixth album, Touchdown 2 Cause Hell. It’s a major milestone for the former Concentration Camp alum and his new label Trill Entertainment. Despite a recent bout with diabetes, the Baton Rouge stalwart hasn’t lost sight of his long-term goals.