That did not take long. Less than a day after Webbie said he was planning on collaborating soon with the recently released Lil Boosie, their first collaboration surfaces in the form of “Wartime.”
The song, produced by $hop With Kent, features Webbie on the chorus only with Boosie providing the only verse. The song features Boosie proclaiming he doesnt “give a f*ck about jail” and a snippet of Menace II Society.
Check out Webbie and Boosie’s first collaboration since Boosie’s prison release, “Wartime” below:
Lil Boosie will be hosting his first official press conference since being released from prison on March 10th. Lil Boosie has been a free man for two days now, and in that time he's managed to put all of the internet up in arms. The Lousiana native blessed us with his first release since getting out last night, "Same Game", and we even saw him spit a quick freestyle during his ride home from prison. Boosie has been the source of many lists across the internet since his release, we even got in on the action with our list of the Funniest Tweets About Boosie's New-Found Freedom. The rejoicing isn't over just yet. As announced today, Lil Boosie will be hosting his first official press conference post-prison on Monday, March 10th at 2 PM EST. The conference will be streamed live at the website Boosiespeaks.com, and as per logos on the flyer, it appears as though Boosie may have aligned himself with Atlantic Records. We'll have to wait on an official announcement, which very well could happen during the press conference. Check in at 2 PM to find out. Listen to Boosie's new track below.
Rick Ross spoke on a few subjects during his Breakfast Club interview, including 50 Cent's Instagram diss, Diddy's rants on "Nobody" and more. Rick Ross took yet another trip to Power 105's Breakfast club, this time in promotion of his brand new album, Mastermind. Ross spoke on a number of subjects during his interview, answering a few questions that fans have had on their minds. He addressed Diddy's rants on "Nobody", the infamous Instagram diss from 50 Cent, as well as briefly talking about the attempt on his life in 2013. Read some excerpts from the sit down below. On who Diddy was addressing on "Nobody": That was really a Puff session. Going in on [someone]…That was him schooling some dudes. And I’mma keep it clear, it wasn’t French Montana. It was him schooling some dudes. And the little homie from Revolt, you know, just politely kept that record button on. So, that’s my little homie. So, when he played it for me I’m like ‘Yo, let’s transfer this, man.’ And we made it right and when I went and played it for Puff, you know, I kept it 100. Told him ‘I know what the set was. I’ll never give up who you was talking to.’ Because y’all know ‘em. On 50's diss: I mean, was he in his Pimpin’ Curly mode? If he wasn’t in Pimpin’ Curly you know I ain’t really move. Nah, not at all. You know we ain’t got time for that. We winning. Check the scoreboard. We running the numbers up high…Other than that put the wigs on for us. That’s when we enjoyed it and we laughed. Put the wigs on. You know what I mean? Go back to that. Other than that we gon’ keep getting this money.” On the attempt on his life: You know just performing in clubs and things like that, those types of things happen. You know what I’m saying? When I finally got the word of what it was—you know, shout out to the deejay. Yeah, Bistro. He a super cool dude. I don’t wanna speculate on it, but they say they hit homie. So, that was unfortunate, but other than that the entire night it went well. You know what I’m saying? Me, Puff we went and balled out. Puff and them peeled off right before me. Peeled out and you just wake up in the morning to the news, the text, and all that.
Rick Ross discusses his past job as a prison guard, and says "I wouldn't change nothing." Along with recent interview for Power 105's the Breakfast Club, as well as an uninspired performance on Late Night with Seth Meyers, Rick Ross also paid a visit to MTV's RapFix Live as part of his Mastermind publicity. During an interview with Sway Calloway, Sway decided to highlight certain lyrics off the new album, specifically the album's first cut "Rich is Gangsta." On the record, Rozay alludes to his past as correctional officer, something which he doesn't discuss very much, if at all. On the track Ross spits, "Feds tore apart the squad nigga, that's why I had to play the part nigga / That wasn't me, it was a job nigga / It gets deeper, that was just a start, nigga." "That particular line most definitely referred to me being a C.O.," Ross responded to Sway. "And that being a job and just understanding the grind and the hustle and anything else I may have done. It's just a job, it's a hustle." When the news first broke that Ross held a job as a C.O., something which seemed in direct conflict with his drug dealer persona, the Florida native denied it. In 2009 though, he admitted that he did indeed have the job. "I wouldn't change nothing, cause to me it's about who Rozay is," Ross said in the new interview on RapFix. "It's about me. Anywhere I go, when I step in the room, I put it down. People know it's authentic right here, they know it's real, so it was nothing that I was personally threatened with, I was just ready to move on. Let's go get this money, let's make this music." Nonetheless, Rozay says he would take the position in a minute if he needed to feed his family. "And right now, to feed my family — I'd do it again," he said. "To feed my kids, I'd go get it. We gon' get it. My whole team gon' go get it. We gon win. And that's with everything we ever did. I been winning."
It turns out that the Atlantic rep was right. Lil Boosie is finally a free man! According to Louisiana's WAFB Channel 9, Lil Boosie was released from Angola State Penitentiary on Wednesday night at 7:10 p.m. EST. Warden Burl Cain confirmed the rapper, whose real name is Torrence Hatch, was released and later transferred to a sheriff’s department facility in St. Francisville where family members and friends waited for him. Although found not-guilty in a 2012 murder charge, Boosie remained locked up since 2009, for a third-offense marijuana possession charge, as well as violation of probation. As stated above, Boosie will address the media at a news conference in New Orleans on Monday. Be sure to check back for that. #BoosieFree
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