Who is Boosie Badazz? Boosie Badazz, born Torrence Hatch Junior on November 14, 1982, is an American rapper, singer, songwriter, and actor. He was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and started rapping at a young age. After his father's death when he was 17 years old, he dropped out of school to pursue a career in music. Boosie made his debut in 2000 with the release of “Youngest of Da Camp”. Since then he has released numerous studio albums and mixtapes. He has also collaborated with other popular musicians including Webbie, Lil Boosie, Yung Bleu and T.I.What Genre does Boosie Badazz Play? Boosie Badazz's style of rap is heavily influenced by the southern hip hop scene. His lyrics are often characterized by their witty punchlines and directness. He has also been known to mix in elements of pop music into his songs. He often explores themes relating to poverty, violence, drug dealing, relationships and struggles with the law.What Has Boosie Badazz Accomplished? Boosie Badazz has had an impressive career. In 2007 he released his fourth studio album “Superbad: The Return of Boosie Bad Azz” which went on to become one of the highest selling rap albums of the year. In 2009 he released “Incarcerated” and in 2011 “Incarcerated 2” which both went on to become highly successful projects for him. He has also been featured on several hit singles such as Usher’s “Lovers & Friends” in 2004, Rick Ross’ “Bury Me a G” in 2008, and T.I.’s “Pyro” in 2010.What is Boosie Badazz Doing Now? Boosie Badazz is still active in music today. In 2017 he released “Thug Talk” followed by “BooPac” in 2018. He continues to collaborate with fellow artists such as Webbie, Yung Bleu and Moneybagg Yo. He also created a documentary series called “Badazz Music Syndicate” which was released in 2018. Outside of music he has also ventured into acting with appearances in several films and television shows.