Torence Ivy Hatch, born November 14, 1982, better known as Boosie BadAzz or simply Boosie (formerly Lil Boosie), is an award-winning American rapper. He started practicing rap rap in the 1990s when he joined the hip hop collective Concentration Camp.
|Full Name:||Torence Ivy Hatch|
|Date of Birth:||November 14, 1982|
|Place of Birth:||West Garfield Street|
|State of Birth:||Louisiana|
Early Life and Education
Boosie Badazz was raised on West Garfield Street and was given the name Torence Hatch on November 14, 1982 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
His father was a minister, and his mother Connie Hatch (née Givens) was a school principal. Torrence Hatch, Sr., his father, passed away in 1997.
As a young child, he received a type 1 diabetes diagnosis.
Rapper C-Loc was introduced to Boosie by his cousin Young Bleed when he started rapping. He mentored Boosie Badazz after taking him under his wing.
At the age of 14, Boosie joined the “Concentration Camp” group in 1996. He was the group’s youngest participant.
The group included Young Bleed, C-Loc, and six other individuals.
Boosie joined the group in 2000 and made his debut on C-fifth Loc’s album, “It’s A Gamble.” That same year, he also contributed to Concentration Camp’s third studio album, “Camp III: Thug Brothas.”
Boosie Badazz had the chance to assume the lead role in the group after Young Bleed left, and he quickly rose to prominence. In 2000, he finished recording his debut album, “Youngest of da Camp.”
He released his mixtape “Life After Deathrow” in October 2014. His sixth studio album, “Touchdown 2 Cause Hell,” was released in April 2015. There are 17 new tracks on it.
Boosie is trying his hand at serious acting as of July 2017, and he has landed a part in the independent boxing movie “Glass Jaw.”
He portrays a street smart owner of an underground combat club. Since he previously appeared in movies like “Gangsta Musik” and “Last Dayz and Ghetto Stories: The Movie,” where he played a small-time drug dealer, he has acting experience.
Boosie Badazz Net Worth
American rapper Boosie Badazz, previously known as Lil Boosie, has an estimated $800,000 in wealth. He has made wealth through his music career.
- Gangsta Musik (2005)
- Bad Azz (2006)
- On the Grind (2006)
- Last Dayz (2009)
- Ghetto Stories: The Movie (2010)
- Glass Jaw (2018)
- 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)
- Heartfelt (2022)
Boosie Badazz has eight kids from six different women. He has stated that he did not think marriage was a good decision for him because he did not want to lose half of his wealth to his spouse in the event that he engaged in adultery.
He has also praised women who continue to be in a relationship with an unfaithful partner, saying he respects those women.
Lil Boosie’s ex-girlfriend Walnita Decuir was detained in 2010 on drug distribution-related charges after she allegedly tried to bring marijuana, codeine, and MDMA to him while he was in jail.