Lil Boosie Unleashes First Freestyles Since Prison Release
After being released from the Louisiana State Penitentiary last night (March 5), Lil Boosie is already making his first waves back into the rap game. The Baton Rouge, La., rapper debuts two freestyles, apparently recorded during his ride home from jail as a free man.
The songs, appearing on his YouTube account, are each 55 seconds in length and clearly recorded on a camera phone, but these should be enough to satisfy Lil Boosie fans for now. We're sure everyone at Smoothie King will be enjoying these freestyles, despite their brevity.
On 'The Ride Home' freestyles, Lil Boosie certainly sounds like he's in good spirits and the world can rest easy knowing he's already planning to get his "Boosie fade." "Label me Scarface, Al Capone and Larry Hoover / You and I know it was damn wrong how they judge Boosie / Lights, camera, action, first time acting and they love the movie," he raps.
Check out the first official Boosie audio since he became a free man below.
Listen to Lil Boosie's 'The Ride Home' Freestyles