Friday, Aug. 1, 2014
Going to prison may have been the best thing to happen to Lil Boosie’s career. After being incarcerated for drug charges in 2009, the rapper was released early this year amid a homegrown “Free Boosie” movement that gained him attention from the press and built hype around promised new material. Boosie apparently stayed busy while in prison, reportedly writing more than 1,000 new tracks, as well as an autobiography. He will be bringing trunk-rattling Southern rap to Milwaukee as part of a birthday celebration for Milwaukee DJ Reggie Brown.