Boosie Badazz channels his inward James Todd Smith in his most recent.
Boosie Badazz keeps on prodding his expected BooPac collection. The most recent lands as the visual for his “I’m Bad.”
Furnished in a couple of gold chains and a well-known Kangol cap, the southern pillar pays praise to from Boosie Badazz, whose unique “I’m Bad” appeared in 1987 as the main single from the Queens-reared emcee’s sophomore collection Bigger and Deffer. The track would stamp LL Cool J’s authentic presentation on the Billboard Hot 100 outlines, while Bigger and Deffer went ahead to guarantee three-times platinum in the United States.
“No rapper’s spittin‘ verses like I can/I take a pussy ass nigga and put his face in the sand/All the attractive women cherish, man, I’m crisp as can be/Bad kid notoriety, I keep haters with me,” Boosie Badazz opens up on the cut in a stream that mirrors his most critical shape.
BooPac is set to touch base on December fifteenth, and keeping in mind that “I’m Bad” doesn’t show up on the tracklisitng, the venture arrives equipped with 24 cuts altogether, and highlights appearances from any semblance of Yung Bleu, B. Will, Lee Banks, and Hustle Gang’s London Jae who helps on the already discharged “God Wants Me to Ball.”
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