Boosie Badazz Net Worth
|Popular Name:||Bossie Badazz (Lil Boosie)|
|Real Name:||Torrence Hatch Jr.|
|Birth Date:||November 14, 1982|
Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States
|Years active:||1996 Till Date|
|Net Worth:||$5 Million|
Torrence Hatch Jr., known professionally as Boosie Badazz (formerly Lil Boosie ), is an American rapper, singer, and actor. He was born and raised in Louisiana by his mother Connie Hatch. Torrence started to rap in the 1990s as a member of the group ‘Concentration Camp’. In 2000, he started a solo career and came forth with a debut album ‘Youngest of da Camp’. Afterwards, he signed a deal with Pimp C’s Trill Entertainment and he released another album titled ‘For My Thugz’ in 2001. One of the most popular figures of southern hip hop, Boosie Badazz net worth has bee generated through the sales of his music. He has gone on to release 42 mixtapes, 7 solo albums, and 6 collaborative albums.
Boosie Badazz’s Early Life
Boosie Badazz was born on November 14, 1982, and was raised in Baton Rouge, a notorious place in Louisiana famous for drugs and gunplay. As a drug addict, his father struggled with addiction till he passed in 1997. Several reports suggest he was murdered. He has 7 siblings, and his mother was a schoolteacher.
He was nicknamed Boosie by his own parents, and was later Lil Boosie. In his growing up days he was good at playing basketball, and his family hoped that his sports abilities would get him into a good college. However, Boosie’s involvement in drugs made sure he was kicked out of school.
Boosie Badazz’s Career
When Boosie started rapping, his cousin brother named Young Bleed introduced him to the rapper C-Loc, who then accepted and mentored Boosie. In 1996 when he was age 14, Boosie joined the ‘Concentration Camp’ rap group as the youngest member in the group. The group consisted of nine members including C-Loc and Young Bleed. Once he had joined the rap group, Boosie debuted on the fifth album of C-Loc, titled, ‘It’s a Gamble’, and eventually contributed to ‘Camp III: Thug Brothas’, an album of the Concentration Camp group.
His cousin Young Bleed left the group and his departure presented Boosie with the chance to take prime position in the group. In 2000, he recorded his first album ‘Youngest of da Camp’, and sought to forge a solo career for himself.
Boosie Badazz joined Pimp C’s Trill Entertainment in 2001, and released his album ‘For My Thugz’ and also his first mixtape ‘Boosie’ both in 2002. In 2004, he released a compilation mixtape ‘Bad Ass’ and the album ‘Both Sides of the Track’. He collaborated with Lava House Records to provide ‘United We Stand, Divided We Fall’ in 2005. He also worked with Pat Lowrenzo to release ‘Street Code’, before signing a contract with Warner Bros. in the same year 2005. This was followed by a string of releases which included mixtapes ‘Bad Ass Advance’, ‘DJ Drama (Gangsta Grillz)’, and ‘Streetz Iz Mine’, and also a DVD titled ‘Bad Azz’ where he revealed the death of his father due to drugs.
While in the prison for drug possession in 2010, he released a compilation CD with C-Loc titled ‘Unbreakable’. This was closely followed by the release of an album titled ‘Incarcerated’. A mixtape album ‘Gone Til’ was also released in the same year. In 2014, following his release from prison, he signed a record contract with Atlantic Records, and was featured by several artists including 2 Chainz, DJ Mustard, Dorrough Music, and several others
Music aside, Badazz also tried his hand at acting and landed roles in several films including ‘Last Dayz and Ghetto Stories’, where he acted as a drug dealer.
Boosie Badazz’s Discography
- Youngest of da Camp (2000) (as Lil Boosie)
- For My Thugz (2002) (as Lil Boosie)
- Bad Azz (2006) (as Lil Boosie)
- Superbad: The Return of Boosie Bad Azz (2009) (as Lil Boosie)
- Incarcerated (2010) (as Lil Boosie)
- Touch Down 2 Cause Hell (2015)
- BooPac (2017)
- Boosie’s Blues Cafe (2018)
- Badazz 3.5 (2019)
- Bad Azz Zay (2019)
- Talk Dat Sh*t (2019)
- Goat Talk (2019)
- In House (2020)
Boosie Badazz’s Films
- Gangsta Musik (2005)
- Bad Azz (2006)
- On the Grind (2006)
- Last Dayz (2009)
- Ghetto Stories: The Movie (2010)
- Glass Jaw (2018)
Boosie Badazz suffers from diabetes and several other issues. He underwent surgery to treat the kidney cancer he was diagnosed with.
The 37-year old has a total of 8 children from different mothers. He is 167cm tall and weighs 63kg.
Boosie Badazz Net Worth
One of the most popular figures of southern hip hop, Boosie Badazz has made a good life for himself as initially, he lived in one of the poorest neighbourhoods in Louisiana, but gradually developed his career to the point of earning millions and becoming rich. The rap artist makes his fortune from his successful career on account of his interest for music from a tender age.
Boosie Badazz net worth of $5 million has been generated through the sales of his music. He has gone on to release 42 mixtapes, 7 solo albums, and 6 collaborative albums. His record label ‘Bad Azz Entertainment’ that has contracted artists like Lee Banks, Locco, Donkey, and several others has also been of importance to the accumulation of his wealth.