Lil Boosie Net Worth Estimate:
Lil Boosie net worth is currently estimated as being at somewhere approximately between $2 million dollars USD and $5 million dollars USD. The majority of Lil Boosie net worth has come from his long career in the rap music industry.
Who is Lil Boosie?
Lil Boosie was the stage name of rapper Torrence Ivy Hatch Jr who has since gone by other names, including Boosie and since 2014, Boosie BadAzz. Lil Boosie’s rap career started when he was part of Concentration Camp, a hip hop group in the ‘90s. In 2000, Lil Boosie set out on his own with his album Youngest of da Camp.
The next year, Lil Boosie signed a contract with Trill Entertainment for another album, this one called For My Thugz, released in 2002. Since then, Lil Boosie has put out 7 solo albums, 6 collaborations, and forty two mix tapes, and is considered to be one of the most famous Southern hip hop singers.
Lil Boosie got a four year long prison sentence in 2009 for gun and drug possession. The next year, Lil Boosie got an indictment for first degree murder, and got an additional ten years for drugs with the intent to distribute them. Lil Boosie was released after five years in 2014, at which point he took on the Boosie BadAzz moniker.
Lil Boosie’s Career
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By the end of the 90s, Young Dee, a cousin of Lil Boosie, introduced him to the rapper C-Loc. C-Loc, MD., and Young Bleed went on to mentor him and usher him into their collective, Concentration Camp. Other members were Happy Perez, Max Minnelli, Boo, Lucky Knuckles, Lee Tyme, and J-Von.
Lil Boosie’s first record appearances were on It’s a Gamble, C-Loc’s 5th full length album and Concentration Camp’s third, Camp III: Thug Brothas, both in the year 2000.
When Young Bleed ultimately let the group, Lil Boosie ascended within it, serving as one of the three most prominent faces of their group, along with Max Minelli and C-Loc. Lil Boosie had his own debut album that year, when he was only seventeen.
It was called Youngest of da Camp, and Happy Perez helped produce it. Youngest of da Camp had appearances by Donkey, Max Minelli, and C-Loc on it.
Off this success, the next year, Lil Boosie signed up with Trill Entertainment, which was run by Pimp C, now deceased. His second album, out in 2002, was called For My Thugz. Website, Young Bleed, and Pimp C made appearances.
Shortly afterwards, Lil Boosie also put out a mixtape, his first, which was called Boosie 2002 (Advance). Pimp C and Max Minelli appeared on it.
In 2003, Lil Boosie and Webbie collaborated on an album called Ghetto Stories. In 2004, they collaborated again on a mixtape called Trill Azz Mixtape Vol 1. It partially got its name due to featuring the rapper Torrence Bad Azz as well.
Shortly after, Lil Boosie also did Trill Azz Mixes II, which featured the introduction of the rapper Phat, who later went as Lil Phat. Then, he and Webbie collaborated again on Gangsta Musik, which impressed reps from Universal Music Group.
In 2004, Lil Boosie collaborated with South Coast Coalition on an album called Both Sides of the Track. Not long after, he put out a mix tape compilation called Bad Ass, which featured songs such as Trill Shit, and I Smoke, I Drank.
In 2005, Lil Boosie put out United We Stand, Divided We Fall via Lava House Records, and collaborated with Pat Lowrenzo on Street Code. He also dropped a mixtape called Bad Ass (Advance) in order to promote the upcoming Bad Azz. He also signed up for a deal with Warner Bros that year.
In 2006, Lil Boosie had his first major label album, which was called Bad Azz. It featured a song called “Zoom”. Afterwards, Lil Boosie made a documentary DVD on which he talked about his own struggles with type 1 diabetes and his dad’s drugs-related death. By the end of the year, he dropped Streetz Iz Mine, a mixtape.
In 2007, Lil Boosie dropped Bad Azz Mixtapes Vol 2. He and Webbie also appeared on Foxx’s “Wipe Me Down” remix, which was on Survival of the Fittest, a Trill compilation. In 2008, Lil Boosie dropped Da Beginning Mixtape, 4th of July Bash, and Lil Boosie Presents: Da Click. He was also on Webbie’s song “Independent” and DJ Khaled’s “Out Here Grindin”.
In 2009, Lil Boosie dropped the mixtape The Return of Mr Wipe Me Down, another 4th of July one, Da Click: Street Kingz, and ultimately his next full length album, Superbad: The Return of Boosie Bad Azz. Its big songs were “Better Believe It”, “Loose as a Goose”, and “I’m a Dog”.
That year also saw the debut of Lil Boosie’s label, which was called Bad Azz Entertainment. Through it, he put out Thug Passion, Category 7: Bad Azz Hurricane (a mix tape with Hurricane Chris), Untouchables (a mix tape with LoLa Monroe), and The 25th Hour, yet another mix tape.
In 2010, Lil Boosie collaborated with C-Loc on Unbreakable, and then his fourth album, Incarcerated, while he was in prison. That year he also put out a mix tape called Gone Til’ December. Songs included “I Ain’t Mad At Cha”, “My Children”, “I Been Icy”, “I Did You Wrong”, and “Be Careful”.
Bad Azz Entertainment around this time also dropped Should’ve Been My Beatz, 22504, a collab with BG. In 2011, Lil Boosie did Hit After Hit 3 with Quick. In 2012, Quick, Money Bagz, and Lil Boosie did My Brother’s Keeper, and he did Also Under Investigation with Ray Vicks.
In 2014, Lil Boosie got out of prison, and signed a new deal with the record company Atlantic Records. His first single with them was “Show Da World”, a collaboration with Webbie.
He also appeared on 2 Chainz’ “Wuda Cuda Shuda”, Dorrough Music’s “Beat Up the Block”, DJ Mustard’s “Face Down”, Young Jeezy’s “Beez Like”, TI’s “Jet Fuel”, and Snootie Wild’s “Made Me” Remix.
In 2014, Lil Boosie changed his name to Boosie Badazz, which he still goes by today and released his 6th album, Touchdown 2 Cause Hell later that year. The album had seventeen songs, including “Like A Man” and “On That Level”.
He then dropped the mix tape, Life After Deathrow, which had appearances by Shy Glizzy, LIV, Trey Songz, and Yo Gotti. Songs included “I’m Coming Home” and “NO JUICE”.
In 2016, Boosie Badazz teamed up with C-Murder on Penitentiary Chances. In 2017, Boosie Badazz put out his seventh album, which he called BooPac. In 2018, Boosie Badazz put out Boosie Blues Café and in 2019 dropped Badazz 3.5.
Lil Boosie Early Life
Lil Boosie was born in the city of Baton Rouge in Louisiana, United States of America on the fourteenth of November in the year 1982 as Torrence Hatch Jr. Lil Boosie was raised on the street of West Garfield in Baton Rouge.
Lil Boosie’s Personal Life and Family
Lil Boosie has had 8 kids with 6 different women. Lil Boosie has never been married, having admitted that he’d be likely to cheat if he were to get married, and so never wanted to lose half of his money to alimony should that happen. Lil Boosie has given praise to wives who continue to stay married to cheating husbands.
One of Lil Boosie’s exes, Walnita Decuir, was arrested in 2010 due to what seemed to be an attempt to smuggle drugs such as marijuana, MDMA, and codeine to Lil Boosie in prison.
In 2020, Lil Boosie was at the center of a controversy for making transphobic comments about basketballer Dwyane Wade’s daughter, as well as saying that parents should be able to beat their children. Shortly afterwards, staff members of a gym asked Lil Boosie to leave due to, according to them, him harassing them.
Around that time, Lil Boosie also posted a video to Instagram of having paid a prostitute to have sex with his twelve and thirteen year old son and nephew, as well as to allow them to watch porn in order to encourage them to be straight.
Lil Boosie got his GED in prison in 2013. He was arrested in October 2008 after cops found a Glock and weed in his vehicle. He got a two year prison sentence. That sentence was then doubled for parole violation.
In 2010, Lil Boosie received an indictment for Terry Boyd’s murder, in addition to drug possession and intent to distribute, charges of which he claimed innocence. The murder charge could have carried with it the death penalty.
Ultimately, the jury came back with a not guilty verdict for murder. However, he got another 8 years in prison for the drugs. He ultimately served 5, partially due to his attorneys being able to convince the jury that he was set up for the drug ring charge. Lil Boosie was released in 2014 and stayed on parole till 2018.
Lil Boosie’s Social Media Influence
Lil Boosie has a presence on social media, however not a particularly huge one other than on Facebook, but he seems to healthily contribute to Lil Boosie net worth by plugging his music and merch on Twiter.
Lil Boosie has an official public verified Facebook account. Lil Boosie’s official public verified Facebook account handle is @lilboosie although his name is listed as Boosie Badazz. On this popular social media platform, Lil Boosie has over six and a half million followers.
Lil Boosie mainly uses his Facebook account to post videos and photos of himself and his family, as well as to plug his upcoming live appearances and latest music. This help connect him with his fans and builds Lil Boosie net worth.
Lil Boosie has an official public verified Twitter account. Lil Boosie’s official public verified Twitter account handle from which he tweets is @BOOSIEOFFICIAL. However, due to the fact that Twitter’s search function is not case sensitive, his name can also be found by entering it in all lower case.
On this popular social media platform, Lil Boosie currently has over one million followers. Lil Boosie is himself following over twenty five hundred accounts in return as of the present time.
Lil Boosie uses his official public verified Twitter account to share his thoughts and observations, and plug his music, live concert, appearances, and various types of merch, which naturally helps contribute to Lil Boosie net worth.
Lil Boosie has what claims to be an official public Instagram account, however it hasn’t been verified as of the present time, so it remains unclear if it’s definitely run by him or his team or is actually a fan account posing as an official one. The account handle is @boosienewig and it currently has two hundred and fifty thousand followers.
Due to the fact that it’s not clear whether this is an official account, it’s unclear how much this might add to Lil Boosie net worth other than presumably any account that reminds fans of his pop culture presence would have a positive impact on them buying his albums, tickets, merch, etc.
Lil Boosie does not have an official public verified LinkedIn account. This is perhaps not surprising as the sort of business networking that LinkedIn provides is not always what is required of a celebrity in the music industry.
With that said, should this situation change at any point in the future and Lil Boosie decide to sign up for LinkedIn, we will be sure to update this page with that information. Our goal is to keep our readers informed of all the latest news on Lil Boosie net worth, career, and life.
Lil Boosie does not have an official public verified TikTok account. Should this situation change at any point in the future and Lil Boosie decide to sign up for TikTok, we will be sure to update this page with that information. Our goal is to keep our readers informed of all the latest news on Lil Boosie net worth, career, and life.
Lil Boosie’s Net Worth & Bio Summary
|Real Name||Torrence Hatch Jr.|
|Place of Birth||Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA|
|Net Worth Estimate||$2 Million|