3 weed products rapper Boosie can't live without


Boosie Badazz, Boosie Boo, Lil’ Boosie, or simply Boosie is a rap legend from Baton Rouge, LA that really needs no introduction. If you’ve ever wiped down your shoulders, chest, pants, shoes, then you know Boosie. If you’ve ever screamed “I-N-D-E-P-E-N-D-E-N-T” at the top of your lungs as a celebration of Black culture and female independence, you know Boosie. If you’ve ever sang “36 O’s, 36 O’s, all white, all white, like some tiptoes” while bagging up the work, you know Boosie.  Recently, I had the chance to hop on a Zoom with Boosie to discuss weed, music, life during a global pandemic, and above everything else, his recent partnership with hemp CBD company Black Bayou. Without hyperbole, I can tell you that it was the funniest conversation I’ve ever had. Off rip the man introduced himself like, “My name is Boosie, I’m a G in the world, and I’m just a ballin’ ass nigga who loves a lot of people, and a lot of people love me.” Music-wise, Boosie has released multiple projects this year, with more on the way. In February he fed the stress with BADAZZ MO3, a collaboration with rapper MO3, in April 2020 he gave us G.O.A.T Talk 2, and in June he gave us his quarantine soundtrack, In House. On what’s to come, Boosie said, “My G.O.A.T. Talk 3 next. I got [NBA Young Boy], I got Trouble on there — my artist Yung Bleu just got a feature with Drake. We steady going up.”  The pandemic has shut down live music and tours as we know it, however the serial hustler has been finding ways to still perform, mainly in Atlanta and smaller towns with less restrictions. On how he’s kept so active, Boosie told me, “I can’t let this Corona stop me…

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