Touch Down 2 Cause Hell
"Minor setback for a major comeback," intones the Baton Rouge native at the outset of Touch Down 2 Cause Hell and suddenly five years of pent-up frustration gushes forth with the fury of a wild bull seeing red. After completing a prison stint for drug charges, the Southern rapper covers a lot of emotional ground, blasting warning shots on "Retaliation," celebrating good times on "Drop Top Music" (featuring Rick Ross), and issuing mea culpas on "I'm Sorry." Boosie is back.
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