Boosie Badazz Debates Cash Vs. No Limit: “It’s a good one”


Boosie Badazz shared his thoughts on whether Cash Money had a bigger impact on Louisiana than No Limit.

Talk to DJ Vladthe Baton Rouge rapper struggled for a while to decide whether Master P or Birdman had more influence on Louisiana rap.

“It’s a good one,” Boosie said. “It’s a good one, I don’t know.” He went on to say that Birdman was more loyal to Louisiana, while Master P split his time between Louisiana and California.

“Because 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 few years, that’s when we really “Louisiana” him, like he’s the king of Louisiana. Cash Money was like a Louisiana born since, you knew they were New Orleans niggas, period… that’s what Louisiana represented when it came to gangsta music.

He added, “I would say back in the Master P days, when they went to see all that movie crap, they took Louisiana to a whole new level.”

Boosie Badazz also noted that Cash Money, with its recent Blueface signings and close relationship with NBA YoungBoy, is always breaking records and has its finger on the pulse of the culture.

“Cash Money is still selling, like Cash Money, they’re still doing their fucking thing,” Boosie said.

Elsewhere in the interview, Boosie claimed he put a lot of street rappers in and no one in the rap game could compare to his output.

“No one in the history of rap ever raised more street niggas than me,” he said. “I’m talking about how no rapper in history raised more street niggas than me. I’ve been around rappers. Everybody come around rappers like, ‘N-gga, I like your music.’

“I’ve been around tons of rappers, their fans like ‘I love you, I love you.’ None of those 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”.

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Boosie Badazz also stopped Drink champions recently to share more of his thoughts on the culture, which had NORE in the stitches.

According to Boosie, apps such as Instagram, Twitter, TikTok are a great tool to earn money, but otherwise they “have screwed everything up”.

“Social media has screwed it all up,” Boosie Badazz said. “It created more avenues for money, but it screwed it all up. Weddings, everything. At first your female dog just used to see niggas at work, you and that’s it , then she’d come home. That’s all she had to watch. Now she’s got about 30,000 n-ggas to watch out for when you don’t act right.


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