|Real Name:||Torrence Hatch Jr.|
|Birthday:||November 14, 1982|
|Net Worth:||$3 million|
|Occupation:||American Rapper, Singer, Songwriter, Actor, Record Producer, Executive|
Born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana in 1982, Boosie is an American rapper and singer. He started out as a member of the group Concentration Camp. But then he started a solo career and released his debut album in 2000. With more than 15 years in the business, how big is Boosie Badazz’s wealth?
The rapper has a couple of albums in the Top 10 US hip hop chart. His most successful album is Touch Down 2 Cause Hell in 2015. It peaked at Number 3 on the Billboard 200 chart. As of June 2020, Boosie Badazz’s wealth is over $3 million.
Career Ups and Downs
The real name of Boosie is Torrence Hatch Jr. His cousin Young Dee introduced him to the hip hop and rap world at a young age. In the late 1990s, Boosie met with rapper C-Loc. Young Bleed and C-Loc took him under their wing and mentored him. Later on, he joined the group Concentration Camp. In 1996, he was the youngest member of the group at 14 years old.
Boosie debuted onto the scene as part of C-Loc’s fifth album, It’s a Gamble. At the age of 17, he rose to the status “one of the faces” of the Camp. He released his debut album Youngest of da Camp in 2000. At the time, he used the alias Lil Boosie.
In 2001, Torrence joined Trill Entertainment. The label helped him release his independent album, For My Thugz under the alias Lil Boosie.
From 2000 to 2005, he worked with Trill Entertainment and appeared on several songs and albums by other artists. He also released his own compilation mixtape Bad Ass. In 2005, Boosie signed a deal with Warner Bros. Records.
In early 2006, Trill Entertainment released Bad Ass Mixtape Vol.1. Then, Boosie released his major-label debut album, Bad Azz. The album contained the single Zoom with Yung Joc.
He released another mixtape, Bad Azz Mixtapes Vol.2 in 2007.
In the middle of 2009, Boosie got sent to prison in the case of drug smuggling charges. During the time in prison, he wrote lyrics for his upcoming albums.
In 2010, Boosie and C-Loc, his former CEO, released a compilation CD. He then announced that he wants to move forward with his hip hop career. He faced a potential death penalty due to murder and conspiracy charges. In 2010, he released his fourth studio album, Incarcerated through Asylum Records.
In January 2014, Lil Boosie spoke on his prison sentence. He said he has more than 500 songs at the moment. Judges returned his hard drives and computers in September 2013. On March 10, 2014, he made his first public comment following the release from prison.
Boosie announced his new deal with Atlantic Records. He released the first single Show Da World with Webbie. By October the same year, he changed his stage name to Boosie Badazz.
The main reason for the name change was his age. He got tired of people asking him “What’s up Lil Boosie”.
In April 2014, the rapper announced his sixth studio album, Touchdown 2 Cause Hell. After a couple of delays, the album got released in April 2015. With 17 tracks, the album reached Number 3 on the Billboard Hot 200 chart. It is his most successful album to date.
Earnings and Income
Boosie earns money from his music, but also from his record label. He founded the Bad Azz Music Syndicate together with Taquari “TQ” Hatch. During his time in prison, many invalid artists started rapping Bad Azz Ent. They contemplated changing the name to Bad Azz Entertainment.
As of June 2020, Boosie Badazz’s cash flow is over $3 million. He earns up to one million per year.
Besides music, the rapper earns money from endorsements and sponsorships. He has a merchandise line called Jewel House. Boosie also has a brand of vodka, Boosie Juice. His headphones brand bears the name Badazz audio.
As of June 2020, Boosie Badazz has eight children by six women. He does not believe in marriage. This is his choice. And his explanation is he doesn’t want to lose half of his fortune to his spouse.
In 2010, one of his ex-girlfriends got arrested trying to smuggle marijuana, codeine, and MDMA to Boosie in prison.
Torrence disclosed he has type 1 diabetes. He got diagnosed in his childhood. In November 2015, he disclosed another health problem, kidney cancer. Boosie underwent successful surgery to remove the problem.