Lil Boosie is the one of those American rapper who is successful and skilled but still have estimated net wort of $500 thousands US dollars only.
Lil Boosie is the stage name of Torrence Hatch, who was born in November 1982 in Boton Rouge of Louisiana. He was raised on W. Garfield St. and in late 1990s he started showing his interest in music. He married to Walnita Decuir-Hatch and have three children named Tarlaysia, Torrence and Jr., Ivyana.
Torrence is also known as Boosie Badazz and in late 90s one of his friend introduced him to local music group to record his own homemade rap in studio. Boosie started his music career in 1998 and release his first studio album Youngest of tha Camp and then Camp Life. Album gain so much popularity and sold thousands of copies. He was just 17 year old and earned thousands of dollars from that release.
In 2001 he joined record label Trill Entertainment and in 2002 release album For My Thugz. More than 90,000 copies were sold and got salary of $100K from that.
In 2006, Lil Boosie released his 3rd album Bad Azz. and that featured Yung Joc. Album became instant hit and reached to No#1 spot in Billboard rap charts. Which was his highest earner album and put him into category of richest rappers of US.
He was senteced to eight years after pleading guilty to drug and during that time he released The Return of Boosie Bad Azz and Bad Azz Entertainment. Due to jail controversy he loss much of his wealth and contracts from other studios, which ultimately reduce his total net worth to few thousands US dollars only. But release on Incarcerated in 2010 gave him strong backend to keep him wealthy. It also expected that Lil would release his six studio album Touchdown 2 Cause Hell on July 2014.
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Released from Jail – hollywoodlife.com/2014/03/06/lil-boosie-free-released-from-jail-early-drug-charges/
Released his 3rd Album – http://pitchfork.com/news/63369-boosie-badazz-drops-new-album-out-my-feelings-in-my-past/