The song by Lil Boosie called “Zoom” f. Yung Joc is known as a timeless club banger. The bass on the song is phenomenal, and arguably better sounding than any rap or hip-hop track ever released. Since this song was able to attain widespread success across the United States, it was only appropriate to create a music video. This song features another very successful artist who goes by the stage name Yung Joc. Although most people recognize that the chorus of this track is very simplistic, it is also one of the catchiest of all time. A lot of people aren’t able to perfect simplicity and in order to come up with a song that many people will enjoy, you’ve got to keep it simple so that everyone is able to find enjoyment.
Right after this song was recorded, Lil Boosie knew that he had a huge mainstream hit on his hands. For this reason, he decided to push it as the lead single to his “Bad Azz album” which was released back in 2006. The song was written by the trio of Mouse (of Trill Entertainment), Jasiel Robinson (Yung Joc), and Torrence Hatch (Lil Boosie). The song instantly debuted in the top hundred hip-hop songs across the country, landing a spot at number seventy-eight. It would eventually move up to number twenty five on the charts, which was awesome considering there wasn’t much promotion until after people started catching on to the fact that it was hot.
The video is incredibly well done, and went on to reach the number one video spot on the video countdown on 106 & Park; airing on BET. Other rappers caught on to how hot this instrumental was and actually used the beat for freestyles. Fellow Louisiana rapper Lil Wayne used it for his mixtape track from Da Drought 3 entitled “Boom,” and Chamillionaire used it for the song “International Money” which can be found on his Mixtape Messiah 2 project.
Lil Boosie Zoom (Music Video) f. Yung Joc (produced by Mouse)
The song was produced by the infamous Mouse and was recorded in 2005. It was released in 2006 via the Trill Entertainment label on September 29th. The official edition of the song is 4 minutes and 43 seconds in length, so make sure that you have the authentic version. The music video, which you can watch above, was produced by C. Nite of Focus Films and was directed by the president Thomas Forbes. The video features hot cars, good looking women, and some crazy verses from the rappers. The chorus repeats: “Everybody like Zoom zoom zoom zoom zoom zoom / (Zoom) They on them dubs like (zoom) / Zoom zoom zoom zoom zoom zoom.” Be sure to read up on the complete Lil Boosie lyrics to “Zoom” if you haven’t.