Born as Torrence Hatch Jr, Lil Boosie is an American rapper who started his musical career as a member of the hip-hop group Concentration Camp. The rapper has also served several years in the penitentiary after being found guilty with possession of narcotics.
Lil Boosie has released a total of seven solo studio albums in his career which has helped him earn his current overall net worth. The article gives a brief description of the American rapper's profession, his overall income and the net worth he has managed by far.
Lil Boosie's net worth: $4 million
Despite being out of the profession for a few years, Lil Boosie has still managed to gather a net worth of $4 million. The rapper has earned all his money from the sales of his record albums and from the tours and concerts that he's been on.
He is signed to many record labels over the years like Warner Bros., Asylum Records, and Atlantic Records which have helped him in his record production and sales. He is currently signed to Trill Entertainment and also owns his own music company named Bad Azz Music Syndicate.
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Lil Boosie's record albums have met quite a success in the market. His 2012 album Incarcerated had estimated earnings of about $165,000. The American rapper's studio albums with their sold units are enlisted below:
- Youngest of da Camp (2000) - 10,000 units
- For My Thugz (2002) - 90,000 copies
- Bad Azz (2006) - 12,000 copies
- Touch Down 2 Cause Hell (2015) - 78,000 copies
The estimated earnings from the albums are not disclosed yet but it can be assumed that they are all part of his overall net worth.
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Lil Boosie's career
The American rapper started his rap career when he was introduced to fellow rapper C-Loc by his cousin who goes by the name of Young Bleed in the 1990s.
He was then inducted into the hip-hop group Concentration Camp, at a young age of fourteen in 1996. The group consisted of former rappers like C-Loc, cousin Young Bleed, Lee Tyme, Max Minelli, Happy Perez, Boo, Lucky Knuckles, and J-Von. He made his musical debut in C-Loc's 5th album titled It’s A Gamble, released in 2000.
The departure of his cousin from the group strengthened his position within Concentration Camp. Lil Boosie was then signed to Trill Entertainment in 2002 by the CEO of the music label, Pimp, from where he released his debut album titled For My Thugz. That same year, he also released a mixtape named Boosie.
2004 was quite productive for the American rapper, and he went onto release Ghetto Stories with rap artist Webbie.
He also released his mixtape Azz Mixtape Vol. 1 and a second album titled Gangsta Musik. Lil Boosie also worked with South Coast Coalition in their album Both Sides of The Track. Well, all his collaborations have paid off well, adding up to his net worth.
Likewise, Boosie was signed to Warner Bros. records in 2005 from where he released his mixtape Bad Ass Advance, and his first major label album Bad Azz in 2006, which also features Yung Joc.
Since then he has released other albums like Superbad: The Return of Boosie Bad Azz (2009), Gone Til (2010), Hit After Hit 3 (2010), BooPac (2017)and Boosie Badazz: Bigger and Badder Than Ever (2018).
We wish him a successful career ahead.