Boosie BadAzz Makes Claim About His Influence in Street Culture
Rapper Boosie BadAzz makes recent claim on VladTV that he has influenced street culture for people more than any other rapper in his genre.
Boosie BadAzz has been in the music business for more than two decades and has worked with numerous artists within and outside of his genre. He’s been around the likes of his state’s (Louisiana) natives such as Master P and No Limit Records and Baby and Cash Money Records. His natives have had a huge influence in rap and hip hop culture. However, he claims to be more influential that the others and explained the differences between the love people give rappers.
“Ain’t nobody ever in rap history never raised more street n-ggas than me,”
“I done been around tons of rappers, they fans like, ‘I love you, I love you.’ Don’t none of them fans come up to them and say, ‘N-gga, you raised me.’ It’s a difference.
He has good confidence in his influence. He has also claimed that he is loved by every generation and that he loves when people give him his flowers despite him not typically getting them.
Song Inspired By Boosie
Boosie has made quite an impact on a rapper in particular that has given him his flowers. Kodak Black. He wrote a song about him titled “Boosie Too.” This song came out last year on one of his mixtapes. It pays homage to Boosie and even has verses where he compares the likeness of his actions to him. He is very proud that Boosie has had an influence on his style and life as a rapper. Kodak’s example of homage describes the type of love Boosie referred to within his interview. The difference between I love you and like your music compared to I grew up off of your music and you raised me.
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Written by: Zacchaeus Heyward