18 Songs, 1 Hour 6 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Incarcerated dropped while Boosie Badazz (né Lil Boosie) was serving an eight-year bid on drug charges—but it did increase demand for it. While technically a mixtape, Life After Death Row is the first set the Southern rap legend has put out since his March 2014 release. Boosie raps about the degradations of time served and the revelations of freedom, outlining his murder charges on the opener. That's followed by a string of songs about reuniting with the opposite sex, including "Facetime" featuring Trey Songz. Designed to pacify fans eagerly awaiting Boosie's new studio album, Death Row is a welcome reintroduction to one of rap's biggest talents.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Incarcerated dropped while Boosie Badazz (né Lil Boosie) was serving an eight-year bid on drug charges—but it did increase demand for it. While technically a mixtape, Life After Death Row is the first set the Southern rap legend has put out since his March 2014 release. Boosie raps about the degradations of time served and the revelations of freedom, outlining his murder charges on the opener. That's followed by a string of songs about reuniting with the opposite sex, including "Facetime" featuring Trey Songz. Designed to pacify fans eagerly awaiting Boosie's new studio album, Death Row is a welcome reintroduction to one of rap's biggest talents.

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