C-Murder and Boosie Badazz have revealed the cover art and tracklist for their forthcoming Penitentiary Chances album.

The collaborative album from the Louisiana rappers is slated for an April 15 release, according to AllHipHop. It is said to have 20 tracks. Features on Penitentiary Chances include Snoop Dogg, TRU-Bossalinie Records artist Vs and Calliope Bub.

The first single from Penitentiary Chances is set to be “Under Pressure” and is scheduled to drop February 23.

C-Murder is serving a life sentence at Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola. He was found guilty of second degree murder in 2009 and is appealing his case.

Boosie Badazz was released from prison in March of 2014 after being incarcerated on drug charges in 2009. His sentence was extended in 2011 for attempting to smuggle drugs into prison.

Boosie Badazz’s and C-Murder’s Penitentiary Chances cover art and tracklist are below:

Boosie Badazz C-Murder Peniteniary Chances cover art

 

 

Boosie Badazz C-Murder
  1. The Beginning
  2. Under Pressure f. Calliope Bub
  3. In the Pen
  4. Dear Supreme Court
  5. 4,3,2,1
  6. Dear Cee, Dear Boosie
  7. Strapped Up f. Vs
  8. Black Babies Don’t Mourn
  9. Dont Rush 2 Grow Up f. Calliope Bub
  10. A Political Prisoner Speaks
  11. God I’m Sorry
  12. Blame My Mother
  13. When We Came To the Can f. Calliope Bub
  14. 2 Legit f. Calliope Bub
  15. Remember Me f. Yella, Cuttboy G Dinero and 2 Meka
  16. This Ain’t Living f. Vs
  17. Miller Time f. Mac Milli
  18. It’s Hard 2 Be Black f. Snoop Dogg
  19. For My Homies That’s Dead f. Calliope Bub
  20. The End

(This article was first published on January 18, 2016 and is as follows.)

C-Murder and Boosie Badazz announced the Penitentiary Chances joint album today (January 18), via AllHipHop.

The project from the two Louisiana rappers is scheduled for an April 15 release. Production is said to come from T-Rhythm and Moneybeats.

C-Murder‘s TRU-Bossalinie Records artist Vs spoke about the Penitentiary Chances album, which he says makes two appearances on.

“That’s just them two linking up on an album, doing something they always wanted to do, but never got a chance to do,” Vs says. “By them both being incarcerated, they had time to put their heads together and come up with a project.”

C-Murder is serving a life sentence at Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola. He was found guilty of second degree murder in 2009 and is appealing his case.

Boosie Badazz was released from prison in March of 2014 after being incarcerated on drug charges in 2009. His sentence was extended in 2011 for attempting to smuggle drugs into prison.