Speaking to DJ Vlad, the Baton Rouge rapper struggled for a moment when deciding whether Master P or Birdman had more of an influence on Louisiana rap.
“That’s a good one,” Boosie said. “That’s a good one, I don’t know.” He went on to say that Birdman was more loyal to Louisiana, whereas Master P split his time between Louisiana and California.
“‘Cause he even had West Coast people on his CDs,” Boosie Badazz said. “You know, naming West Coast names and stuff like that; so I would say after a couple years that’s when we really ‘Louisiana’ him, like he was the king of Louisiana. Cash Money was like a Louisiana born since, you knew them was New Orleans n-ggas, period … that’s what represented Louisiana as far as gangsta music.”
He added: “I would say at the time Master P when they went to all that movie shit, they took Louisiana to a whole other level.”
“Cash Money still sells, like Cash Money they still doing their motherfucking thing,” Boosie said.
Elsewhere in the interview, Boosie claimed he put on a lot of street rappers and no one in the rap game can compare to his output.
“Ain’t nobody ever in rap history never raised more street n-ggas than me,” he declared. “I’m talking ’bout no rapper in history raised more street n-ggas than me. I done been around rappers. Everybody come around rappers like, ‘N-gga, I love your music.’
“I done been around tons of rappers, they fans like, ‘I love you, I love you.’ Don’t none of them fans come up to them and say, ‘N-gga, you raised me.’ It’s a difference. It’s a difference between, ‘I like your music, I like your song, I like your jewelry.’”
According to Boosie, apps such as Instagram, Twitter, TikTok are a great tool to make some cash, but otherwise they “fucked up everything.”
“Social media fucked up everything,” Boosie Badazz said. “It made more avenues for money, but it fucked up everything. Marriages, everything. At first, your bitch just used to see the n-ggas at work, you and that’s it and then come home. That’s all she had to look at. Now she got about 30,000 n-ggas to look at for when you don’t act right.”