Born on November 14, 1982, Torrence Ivy Hatch Jr. is an American rapper better known by his stage names Boosie BadAzz and simply Boosie (formerly Lil Boosie). Hatch started rapping in the 1990s as a member of the hip hop group Concentration Camp. After the publication of his debut album Youngest of da Camp in 2000, Hatch decided to pursue a solo career.
|Full name||Torrence Ivy Hatch Jr|
|Date of birth||November 14, 1982|
|Birth place||Baton Rouge, Louisiana, U.S|
|Profession||Rapper, Songwriter and actor|
Early life and education
Boosie Badazz, who was born on November 14, 1982, was raised in Louisiana’s Baton Rouge. He spent the majority of his teenage years on West Garfield Street immediately after this. He is a Christian who adheres to stringent religious principles and is an American by birth.
He received his primary education at McKinley High School. He received his GED on March 9, 2013, while he was incarcerated, as announced in an announcement. He was a respectable basketball player and showed good sportsmanship when he was a teenager. This even aided in his entrance to a reputable college.
Parents and family
Torrence Hatch Sr. and Connie Hatch were the parents of Boosie Badazz. Torrence Hatch Sr., a clergyman, was the name of Boosie Badazz’s father. Connie Hatch, the mother of Boosie Badazz, worked as a principal.
He has a brother who goes by the name of Taquari Jamar Hatch. He was very little when his father tragically passed away in 1997. In terms of family members, Boosie Badazz has a cousin named Young Dee who works in the rap business.
When C-Loc began rapping professionally, his cousin Young Bleed introduced him to Boosie. He took Boosie Badazz under his wing and mentored him. Boosie joined the “Concentration Camp” group in 1996, when he was 14 years old. He was the youngest member of the group. Young Bleed, C-Loc, and six more people made up the group.
In 2000, Boosie joined the group and made his musical debut on C-fifth Loc’s album “It’s A Gamble.” He also contributed to “Camp III: Thug Brothas,” Concentration Camp’s third studio album, in the same year. After Young Bleed departed the group, Boosie Badazz was given the chance to take over as the group’s leader, and he immediately became well-known. He completed recording his debut album, “Youngest of the Camp,” in 2000.
In October 2014, he made his mixtape “Life After Deathrow” available. “Touchdown 2: Cause Hell,” his sixth studio album, was released in April 2015. It contains 17 brand-new songs. As of July 2017, Boosie is attempting his hand at serious acting and has been cast in the independent boxing film “Glass Jaw.”
He plays the role of the street-smart boss of a combat club. He has acting experience, having played a small-time drug dealer in films including “Gangsta Musik” and “Last Dayz and Ghetto Stories: The Movie.” Some of his films include Glass Jaw (2018), Last Dayz (2009), Ghetto Stories: The Movie (2010), Bad Azz (2006), On the Grind (2006), and Gangsta Musik (2005).
BooPac (2017), Boosie Blues Cafe (2018), Badazz 3.5 (2019), Bad Azz Zay (2019), Talk Dat Sh*t (2019), Goat Talk (2019), In House (2020), Goat Talk 3 (2021), and Heartfelt (2022) are among the albums.
Marriage and kids
Boosie Badazz’s wife has given birth to eight children with six different women. He claimed that he did not believe getting married was a smart idea for him because he did not want to give his spouse half of his fortune in the event that he committed adultery.
He has also commended and expressed respect for women who stay in a relationship with an unfaithful husband. Walnita Decuir, Lil Boosie’s ex-girlfriend, was arrested in 2010 on suspicion of drug distribution after she allegedly attempted to deliver marijuana, codeine, and MDMA to him while he was incarcerated.
Formerly known as Lil Boosie, American rapper Boosie Badazz is thought to be worth $800,000. His musical career has brought him fortune.