Lil Boosie Releases First Post-Prison Song – Listen To ‘Same Game’

Fri, March 7, 2014 4:17pm EDT by 6 Comments

That didn’t take long! Lil Boosie showed he’s as relevant as ever, releasing his first song since leaving prison on Mar. 7.  Read on to listen to “Same Game!”

For those of you who were impressed that Lil Boosie would even record a freestyle on Mar. 6 so soon after being being freed from jail, just one day later he released a full song! That’s right, the 4-minute track, entitled “Same Game,” features TD Mr. Fox 5 and Mandingo and is absolute proof that Boosie is not only back on the music scene, but he is better than ever.

Lil Boosie’s New Track ‘Same Game’

Upon getting out of a Louisiana State Penitentiary on Mar. 5, Lil Boosie wasted no time getting right back in the game — the rap game, that is — recording his first track in the free world since going into prison in 2009. The song, “Same Game,” features rhymes pumping with Boosie style, and talks about what it’s like to be in “the rap game,” how it’s still the same game as it’s always been and how it is very similar to a “crap game.”

In other words, like the popular dice game, you never know what’s going to happen to you when you are a rapper.

This was the perfect song for Boosie to jump back in with because it will show everyone that he is still the same Lil Boosie as before he got locked up, at least in the sense that he still cares about the real issues in rap culture and is not afraid to speak his mind in his music.

Lil Boosie’s Fans So Excited To Have Him Back

Upon Lil Boosie’s early release from jail, his fans flocked to Twitter to express their excitement at his finally being a free man again, welcoming him home with tweets galore, and getting pumped for his music to come.

No doubt, his latest track will be exactly what they were waiting for. Check it out above and tell us what you think, HollywoodLifers!

– India Irving

More Lil Boosie News:

  1. Lil Boosie Released From Jail: Fans Show Major Love For Him On Twitter
  2. Lil Boosie Records New Freestyle On The Way Home From Prison — Listen
  3. Lil Boosie Released Early From Jail After 5 Years