The Lil Boosie song “Beat It Up” also known as “Beat That Pussy Up” is one of his most popular to date. It can be found on his mixtape that he did with DJ Drama called “Streetz Iz Mine” which has been out for a long time now. Anyways, the entire track is real talk from start to finish – Boosie discusses his relationships with women and about how they end up fighting but he still ends up coming back for more love. Anybody that has gotten into a big fight with their significant other and then made up will be able to relate to the lyrics on this one.
There is a copy that you can purchase of this mixtape that has been “digitally remastered” and believe it or not, purchased copies have a lot better sound quality; if you are a true fan then you will go out and support. Even though there are a few DJ drops from “the cannon” they do not ruin the track – it is still one that you must have in your collection. The chorus is really catchy as well with the first couple lines saying “now baby I know lately that we ain’t did much, but on my mama girl I promise imma make that up.”
No matter where you’re from, chances are good that you’ve been through some tough relationship issues. At least when you are a fan of Boosie you will have some music to play to help you get through the difficult times. If you don’t yet have the track “Baby Mama” it would be another very good one to add to a playlist with this track. Both are based off of emotions and are some great songs to play when you are dealing with relationship troubles or going through a tough time in life.
Lil Boosie – Beat It Up (Listen)
This song will get you in touch with your emotions as far as your wifey or girlfriend is concerned. The nice contrast to a somewhat depressing song like this is the song “They Dykin” which can be found on the exact same tape earlier in the sequence of songs. Make sure that you either take a listen above or get this mixtape in your life because it is one of Lil Boosies best, even though all of his tapes are good. There is good singing on this chorus and rhymes that scratch below the superficial image that many put on these days.