One of the best tracks that does not happen to be very well known by Lil Boosie unless you are a big fan is called “Look At Me Now.” This track features a guest appearance from the artist Big Head. The two go in over some production that is off the chain. A lot of people originally thought that this cut was going to make the Trill Family album, but it was scrapped from the track listing. In the first verse, you already know that Boosie goes in and goes hard. He talks about rocking shows and shocking the world by getting money and staying on the grind. As you already know, he talks about a lot about his life and what has transpired in the past; nothing but the realest music.
The chorus features both Lil Boosie and Big Head going in and speaking the truth. They talk about how when someone makes it to the top and gets money, a lot of their old friends get mad at their success and start to hate. They contrast it with the fact that when they were dead broke, nobody was mad at them and no one will continue to stay mad. You may be able to relate, especially if you came from nothing and made yourself into something. People that work hard and succeed sometimes get scrutinized for the fact that they put forth the effort to take their career and life to the next level.
Are you the type of person that gets jealous or envies another person when they make it? Anyways, this is something to think about if you haven’t already. The second verse in the track “Look At Me Now” is laid by Big Head and he talks about doing it real big and living a lifestyle that most people cannot handle; he is bragging about what he has done and what he has. Following his verse is the final verse from Lil Boosie where more of the truth is spoken. He talks about going from having nothing (bottle chains) to diamond rings.
Lil Boosie & Big Head – Look At Me Now (Listen)
He sums up what it means to go from having nothing to having everything that he wanted. If you have never had the opportunity to bump this track and don’t have it on a Lil Boosie mixtape, you can check out the video player above and see what you think. The song “Look At Me Now” is one of the illest tracks all the way through, it doesn’t get much realer than this stuff.