The song “Louisianimal” was a track that surfaced by Lil Wayne on the mixtape “The Drought Is Over 6” that was put out by The Empire. It is a direct 50 Cent diss song where Wayne says that he is going to “pour syrup in that vitamin water.” A lot of people don’t know where this track came from. The truth is that Lil Wayne recorded it and initially intended for it to stay in the vaults of his unreleased material, but someone leaked it without his permission. In case you don’t know, the tape that it came out on features a lot of other unreleased material. A lot of people got excited and started to talk about the fact that the chorus featured Lil Boosie Bad Azz because these two artists haven’t really done a lot of work together even though they are from the same state of Louisiana.
If you listen closely, is it a sample of Lil Boosie or just Lil Wayne? Can you tell who is on the chorus for sure? (The real fans of Boosie should be able to tell). After hearing raps from both artists, it should be relatively easy to determine if you listen closely. Each artist has stayed in their own lane and continued to get money; they are from different cities in case you didn’t know. Lil Boosie represents all the people from Baton Rouge (Jigga City) and is constantly reppin W Garfield St.
Many people still like to compare the skill and talent between the two artists. When it comes to Lil Boosie music though, it’s not really about competition because he focuses on talking about his life and his environment. One DJ blended both Wayne and Boosie together for a mixtape called “Battle of the Bayou” which has become very popular on the internet. The two artists did not get together and put this together (a lot of people thought that they did). Just because the cover art looks crazy and the tracks are fire, doesn’t always mean that it’s official.
Lil Wayne – Louisianimal (50 Cent Diss) [Hurricane Chris]
So who is on the chorus of the Louisianimal song if it’s not Lil Boosie? Here’s a hint, it’s another artist from the state of Louisiana and it is not a guest appearance, it’s just a sound bite. The answer is that it is actually Hurricane Chris on there, an artist that Boosie has worked with. Many people say that they sound similar on the Bad Azz Hurricane mixtape, but if you have listened to both artists you can tell that they each have their own style and a completely unique voice.