J. Cole and Keyshia Cole lend their vocals to Lil Boosie‘s “Black Heaven.” Boosie references a long list of black legends who are gone but not forgotten, including Martin Luther King Jr., Whitney Houston, Michael Jackson, Marvin Gaye and more.
Keyshia takes over the hook, singing:
Black heaven. I know you’re smiling down on me up there in black heaven. I know you’re really proud of me up there in black heaven. I know you smiling down on me.. black heaven. Thinking of you ’til the day we meet again.
Following his June 2nd release from jail, Chris Brown said that his focus now is on his music. This week, the “Love More” singer hit the studio with Tyga and Lil Boosie. Breezy and Tyga are working on a sequel to their 2010 Fan of a Fan mixtape, which will be released as a full album. So maybe one of the songs is getting a Boosie feature?
Lil Boosie joins forces with Atlantic Records labelmate, K. Michelle, for a brand new remix to his single, “Show the World.” The Baton Rouge rapper adds new verses to the track, as K takes on the hook.
While talking to VIBE about his music, Boosie stated that he has his own unique style, that’s not defined by what other artists are doing: “I don’t lose swag and I don’t lose rhythm. And, I’m on point to what’s going on in the world,” he told the publication. “[What other people are doing] that don’t define my music. I’m not following in the footsteps of other dudes who are on top of the game right now. I just make my Boosie music and that puts me in my own lane.”
Lil Boosie has dropped the visuals to his song “Show the World,” featuring Webbie and Kiara. The Louisiana rapper shares footage of fans from around the globe, in places like London, Houston, TX, and his hometown of Baton Rouge – and gets support from rappers Slim Thug, Paul Wall, R&B crooner Bobby V and more. Watch the black and white G. Visuals-directed clip inside.
Last week brought the release of Lil Boosie, from the Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola. The “Show the World” rapper attended a press conference yesterday, hosted by The Breakfast Club’s Angela Yee.
Bun B, Jeezy, and Webbie all spoke in support of Boosie, at the #BoosieSpeaks event presented by Atlantic Records and Trill Entertainment, as well as his mom Connie Hatch – and his three lawyers discussed his legal issues.