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LIL BOOSIE IN CONCERT:Following his early release from a drug-related prison sentence in 2014, Lil Boosie headed straight to the studio to begin work on a new album, his first since 2010's Incarcerated reached the Top 10 while he was, well, incarcerated. Known as the "Tupac of the South," the southern rapper is no stranger to controversy, but his dedicated fans have been unwavering in their support, launching a formidable "Free Boosie" campaign while he was behind bars . Eschewing the got-it-flaunt-it mantra of mainstream rap in favor of cold hard look at the struggle of life, Boosie is nothing if not real, and fans of telling it like it is are ecstatic for his return to the stage in 2014.BACKGROUND SNAPSHOT:Born and raised in a rough-and-tumble neighborhood of Baton Rouge, Lil Boosie received his nickname from his parents, both fans of '70s funk icon Bootsy Collins. After cutting his teeth as a member of rap group Concentration Camp in his early teens, Boosie made his solo debut in 2000 with Youngest of Da Camp, recorded when he was just 17. The album was an underground hit, earning him regional recognition and paving the way for the success of 2006's Bad Azz, which peaked at No. 1 on the Top Rap Albums chart. Following an arrest for drug charges in 2008, Boosie's next two albums both reached the Top 10 while he was serving time, earning him comparisons to Tupac. Riding high after his early release from prison, Boosie thrilled ticket buyers with the announcement of tour dates in 2014.

Reviews

3 stars
Twailah Royal Farms Arena (formerly Baltimore Arena), Baltimore

The show started over a hour late. The local artist performed most of the show. One of the local artists performed 1 song about 3 times because his music was skipping. The host was stalling for Shy Glizzy to come out for over 45 mins, while the stage was full of his supporters (friends) just standing on the stage while we waited. His performance was awesome but he had at least 20 people just standing on the stage while he performed. Since Shy Glizzy was late, they were rushing Boosie through his "performances" and he did not perform not ONE full song. I loveeee Boosie but he performed less than anyone in his OWN show.

Unforgettable

5 stars
Nika198072 Royal Farms Arena (formerly Baltimore Arena), Baltimore

Had a ball when Lil Boosie and shy glizzy came out. Wish they were on a little bit longer but other than that loved the concerts. The local artist was on way too long and wasn't interesting in my book.

Unorganized!

3 stars
SydneyMarie Royal Farms Arena (formerly Baltimore Arena), Baltimore

The actual venue was nice and the bathrooms were clean. The biggest complaint I have was the show was supposed to start at 7 and Shy Glizzy didn't come on until about 9:45 pm. It was some other artists taking up time in the way. No one stayed in their seat so I paid $150 and ended up having to stand on a chair to even see the stage. The actual performances were good but could've definitely performed more songs. I would recommend this place, very clean and easy to get in and out.

4 stars
Chene Park, Detroit

nice show...the doors didn't open till 7 and the show started at 8. not like it was advertised

Boosie and plies killed it

5 stars
Bamaboi48210 Chene Park, Detroit

Show was amazing had a blast lived all the performers and loved my seats........................

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