The track called “Set It Off” by Lil Boosie is incredible and is arguably one of his best. Some fans claim that it is their favorite; whether you like it most is all based on musical taste and personal preference. One thing that we can all agree on is that it is one of the best tracks in the world of hip hop music. People can tell when listening to this song that it is highly energetic and a very spontaneous creation by the Bad Azz. When he gets in the studio to put in work, he makes sure that he is feeling the beat, and if he is, he plays off of his true emotion and puts it into words for his listeners to experience.
Just like the songs “Zoom” and “Smokin on Purple,” the song “Set It Off” is included on the “Bad Azz” album that came out in October of 2006. The official version of this track is 4 minutes and 44 seconds in total length, while various mixtape versions may differ in both length and overall quality. The chorus goes hard; it is both street and catchy – Boosie knew that it would be a perfect fit for this particular beat.
The chorus of “Set It Off” repeats: “Set it off in this motherf**ker, set it off /My clique all dogs bitch don’t make us set it off (repeats).” If you haven’t gotten the chance to give this song a good listen, make sure that you do so at some point. Although many were hoping that he would release an official music video for this song, he has released plenty of other quality videos like the one for the track “Gin In My Cup.” If he had known that this song was going to be an exceptionally huge crowd favorite, he may have wanted to release a street video.
Lil Boosie – Set It Off
There is another version of “Set It Off (Chopped N Screwed)” that has also been released if you want to check that out as well. A lot of people are fans of chopped and screwed music, especially down south in cities like Houston, Texas (R.I.P. DJ Screw). If you get the project “Life Stories: Dragged and Chopped” by DJ Black, this song will be featured on there and will be chopped up and screwed. Anyways, the original version of the song off of the Bad Azz album is on iTunes and available to be purchased for less than a buck (if you want just that joint). For true Boosie fans, you probably bought the album right when it came out; for newer fans, you may still need to buy yourself a copy.