It doesn’t really matter which Lil Boosie CD you own, they all contain unique lyrics and style from start to finish. Whichever one you decide to play likely depends on how you are feeling at the time. One of the best aspects of Boosie as a rapper is that he isn’t afraid to be true to himself and tell people how he feels. He does not fabricate his raps by rhyming about things that he has not personally experienced like many other rappers. Instead, he draws inspiration based on personal experiences and puts them into music through good lyrics and beats. Most of his CD’s offer plenty of music for the streets to relate with as well as partying music for those who frequently go to the clubs.
Examples of club tracks include “Wipe Me Down,” “Zoom,” “Gin In My Cup,” and “Loose as a Goose.” While there are more serious street tracks like: “Set It Off,” “Smokin On Purple” and “I’m A Dog.” All of them sound great and are able to help shift your mindset to relate to Boosie and draw motivation from what you are hearing. Besides most of the Lil Boosie CDs that are available, his mixtapes are all extremely well done, so you should get those included in your collection if they aren’t already.
If you want to hear from all of the Trill Entertainment family, you will probably want to listen to the album “Survival of the Fittest.” On the other hand, if you want more Boosie music, then you will probably want to listen to something like “Superbad,” “Gangsta Musik” or “Ghetto Stories.” They are all classics despite the fact that they may not have sold millions of copies. Lil Boosie is still gaining popularity these days and has connected with an even larger number of fans that have helped him stay motivated and focused to get to the next level.
More Lil Boosie CD Releases
He also has the releases “Youngest of da Camp” and “For My Thugz” which features Big Head, Lil Q, and UGK (Underground Kingz); Bun B and Pimp C. You should also be aware of the fact that he works with other southern artists like Young Jeezy on his newest albums. He always works with Webbie and they have been good friends for awhile. Back when he first started, Lil Boosie worked with the Concentration Camp crew, Happy P, C-Loc, and Max Minelli – an artist responsible for the recent release of “Pain Medicine.” If you don’t have all of Boosie’s projects it’s not a big deal, but you may be missing out on some classic material.