Fans have been waiting patiently for Boosie Badazz to drop his new project and it's finally here. The Louisiana native debuts the 'Life From Deathrow' mixtape.

Inspired by his four-year stint in prison, Badazz's mixtape boasts 18 songs about his mindstate while he was locked up. Tracks like 'Murder Was the Case,' 'I'm Comin' Home' and 'Streets On Fire' feature the 'Wipe Me Down' rhymer reflecting on the emotional rollercoaster he was going through during his incarceration.

On 'I Feel Ya,' Boosie composes a series of heartfelt lyrical letters to incarcerated friends, detailing stories of events that led to their imprisonment. Then on 'All Falls Down,' the rapper takes aim at those who turned their back on him while he was in prison.

Elsewhere, on the bouncy 'Cruisin,' featuring Yo Gotti, Badazz gets turned up for the streets and later shows his romantic side on the R&B-tinged ballad 'Boosie Love.'

The mixtape ends with the solemn 'O Lord,' on which Badazz spits remorseful rhymes and asks God to release him from prison.

"The judge gave me that time, dawg, my heart stop / My eyes watered up on me, n----, my sugar drop / I need to be out this bitch, they got me stressin'," he raps.

Overall, Badazz has injected some truth serum into the streets about prison life and his past struggles on 'Life After Deathrow.' It's an honest reflection that will appeal to the fans who stood by him since his time away.

You can download and stream Boosie Badazz's 'Life After Deathrow' mixtape below.

Listen to Boosie Badazz's 'Life After Deathrow' Mixtape

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