This morning, rapper Boosie Badazz stopped by The Breakfast Club to talk about the many delays he faced with releasing his latest album due to people not being as “solid” as they say they are when paper work is presented, working with in-house production teams, finding a new label home, his feelings toward protestors singing one of his songs in Ferguson, Missouri, police brutality and more. He admits to now seeing the darker sides of the industry, as he is now in charge of his career like an independent artist. He had no idea how much people tend to play games when it comes to handling real business. In addition, he talked about working with London and wanting to bring a “gangster” or “dark” side to his usual bounce music style.
Watch as the Baton Rouge, Louisiana-native details how he’s inspired the likes of a Bobby Shmurda and more in the video interview.