Lil Boosie

Torrence Ivy Hatch, Jr., better known as Lil Boosie or Boosie BadAzz, was born on November 14, 1982. He discovered his talent when he was still young. By the time he entered his teenage years, he was already writing his songs. His cousin, Young Dee, introduced him to C-Loc and his group when he was 16. He worked on several projects with the group and built up his name. He has worked on countless projects to date. We’ll help you celebrate Lil Boosie’s special day right here.

Fast Facts

Full Name:

Torrence Ivy Hatch, Jr.


Lil Boosie, Boosie BadAzz

Birth date:

November 14, 1982



Zodiac Sign:



5' 6"

Relationship Status:


Net Worth:

$800 thousand

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Torrence Ivy Hatch, Jr. (Boosie BadAzz), was born in Louisiana. He was raised by his father, Torrence Hatch, Sr., who was a pastor and died in 1997, and his mother, Connie Hatch, a school principal. Boosie was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes as a child. His cousin, Young Dee, saw his potential when he entered his teenage years and began tagging him to events. He introduced Boosie to Baton Rouge rapper C-Loc in the 1990s. Young Bleed, C-Loc, and MD mentored Boosie and taught him the ways of the industry. In 1998, they finally allowed him to join Concentration Camp as the group’s youngest member. The group consisted of C-Loc, Young Bleed, Lucky Knuckles, J-Von, Lee Tyme, Max Minelli, Boo, and Happy Perez.

Two years later, Boosie debuted on C-Loc’s fifth album, “It’s a Gamble,” and Concentration Camp’s third studio album, “Camp III: Thug Brothas.” Young Bleed left the group, and Boosie replaced him, taking up a huge responsibility. When Boosie was 17, he recorded his debut album, “Youngest of da Camp.” Happy Perez handled the production tasks. The album featured C-Loc, Donkey, and Max Minelli.

Boosie joined Trill Entertainment in 2001 when Pimp C was the CEO. Two years later, he collaborated with Webbie on an album titled “Ghetto Stories.” The duo came back together in 2004 and worked on another project, “Trill Azz Mixtape Vol. 1.” In the same year, Boosie released “Trill Azz Mixes II.” His hard work eventually caught the eye of a Universal Music Group representative.

Career timeline

The Concentration Camp Band

Boosie joins the group as the youngest member.

The Move to Trill Entertainment

Boosie joins Trill Entertainment.

The Album “Ghetto Stories”

Boosie works on his first collaboration album with Webbie.

The New Stage Name

Boosie changes his stage name to ‘Boosie BadAzz.’

Why We Love Lil Boosie

  1. He knows how to rap

    Boosie is among the most famous rappers in the U.S. He is a talented singer who boasts a unique and organic style of rapping.

  2. He is a great leader

    Boosie’s cousin left the group Camp Concentration. He had to step in to fill his cousin’s role.

  3. He is a good father

    Contrary to what many people think, Boosie is a caring father to his children and loves them unconditionally. He makes sure to provide for all of them.

5 Surprising Facts

  1. He joined Concentration Camp at 16

    Boosie was the youngest member of the group.

  2. He has many children

    Boosie has eight children with six different women.

  3. He was incarcerated

    Boosie has gotten into trouble with the law several times.

  4. He wrote a thousand songs in prison

    Boosie wrote over 1,000 songs while in prison in 2009 due to a drug conviction.

  5. He got shot

    Boosie was shot in the leg after attending a candlelight vigil for rapper MO3.

Lil Boosie FAQs

What is Boosie’s most famous song?

His biggest hit single is ‘Independent.’

What is Boosie’s real name?

His real name is Torrence Ivy Hatch, Jr.

Is Boosie still rich?

Boosie’s net worth is $800,000 as of 2022.

Lil Boosie’s birthday dates

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