[article id="1642616"]Lil Boosie remains in prison[/article], battling very serious charges of murder and conspiracy, but his music career has not halted.
On September 28, Asylum Records is releasing Incarcerated, the follow-up to 2009's Super Bad: The Return of Boosie Bad Azz. The project is mostly produced by B.J., but Mouse on Tha Track did board work as well. Webbie, Foxx and Lil Trill are among the LP's guests.
DJ Drama had a chance to get an early preview of the project and said Boosie's impact is immeasurable. "Lil Boosie is one of the most important Southern and street artists of this generation, period," Mr. Thanksgiving applauded. "Boosie always gives you the ghetto in a real and authentic way. The music on Incarcerated lives up to that standard. I hope and pray for Lil Boosie to get through his struggle."
Boosie, born Torrence Hatch, is accused of plotting to kill Terry Boyd in October of last year. In June, he pleaded not guilty to murder, drug and conspiracy charges. He has maintained his innocence and is currently preparing his defense.
Incarcerated track listing, according to Asylum Records:
1. "Devils" (produced by Savage)
2. "You Don't Know" (produced by B.J.)
3. "Betrayed" (featuring Webbie; produced by B.J.)
4. "Chill Out" (produced by B.J.)
5. "Bank Roll (Part 2)" (featuring Webbie and Big Head; produced by B.J.)
6. "How We Do It" (Featuring Webbie and Lil Trill; produced by B.J.)
7. "Cartoon" (featuring Shell and Mouse on Tha Track; produced by Mouse on Tha Track)
8. "Thugged Out" (featuring Foxx; produced by B.J.)
9. "Better Not Fight" (featuring Foxx, Webbie and Lil Trill; produced by David West)
10. "What I Learned From the Streets" (featuring Shell; produced by B.J.)
11. "Calling Me" (produced by B.J.)
12. "Do It Again" (featuring Lil' Phat and K.T.; produced by B.J.)
13. "Long Journey" (featuring Webbie; produced by B.J.)
14. "The Rain" (featuring Lil Trill; produced by B.J.)
Are you looking forward to new music from Boosie? Let us know in the comments.