Torrence Hatch (born November 14, 1983) is an American rapper from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, who raps under the name Lil Boosie.

Boosie then had an opportunity to join an newer, growing record label called Trill Entertainment which was backed by Pimp C of UGK. Pimp C signed Boosie and assisted him in bring his legal issues to an end. Soon after, Boosie and Trill independently released the CD For my Thugs under TrillEnt, which sold over 15,000 copies. Later in the summer of 2003, Boosie teamed with labelmate Webster Gradney, known as Webbie, on the album Ghetto Stories, which also went on to sell well over 15,000 copies.

In 2005, Boosie and Webbie were signed to a contract by Universal Records. Boosie appeared several times on the "Southern Smoke" mixtapes hosted by DJ Smallz and C-Murder, and had an biographical article in The Source magazine. Boosie then released his hit album Bad Azz, which featured songs such as "Ratchet", "Set it Off", and "They be on a Nigga".

Boosie's latest release is Bad Azz vol. 2, which will be released on October 23. It features songs such as,"Pick Her Up," "Booty Talk", and "Zoom" which features Yung Joc. "I'm Mad" is a single on his new album. "Zoom" is the current single.

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