The track “My Struggle” by Lil Boosie is another banger off of his 2006 release Bad Azz. Most die-hard fans probably already have this track (ant they should because it is a classic). There will always be some people that are not up to date or brand new fans, so it is a good idea to show them some good music so that they know what to play. Anyways, this track is really reflexive upon Torrence Hatch’s life as a person growing up in the south Baton Rouge area. Most people know that he is an artist who stays true to his life in his rhymes.
In this song, for example, he talks about his struggle. If you have had the chance to take a look at the biography of Lil Boosie, then you know he has been through a lot from a very young age. He reflects on his dads’ drug issues as well as growing up getting bruised and the drug traffickers that ran rampant through his neighborhood. The entire song is great because you get to hear what he did directly through his own words. None of this track is made up, he just talks about his lifestyle and where it has led him in the struggle.
Most people probably have not have experienced a lot of the things that are talked about in “My Struggle.” However, some people may have, especially if you are from a fairly dangerous community like Boosie was growing up. He tells the tales of selling drugs, having big stacks, how the O.G.’s showed him the ropes around the block and told them how to work the system. He talks about his experiences getting money, copping jewelry and references several people that he used to hang out with. The realness and insight that you can get into his life is incredible through this song.
Lil Boosie My Struggle (Listen)
If you have not ever heard the song My Struggle, then you can take a listen in the music player above. He also addresses several rumors that people have made up about him in this song including the one where someone said was that Lil Boosie dead from two shots to the head. Others made up the rumor that he overdosed on ecstasy (them pills or jiggas). As you know, it is probably not a good idea to believe everything that you hear about his struggle unless you hear it from Torrence Hatch himself. Take a listen to the track and see what’s up with the Bad Azz.