Touch Down 2 Cause Hell

Boosie Badazz - Touch Down 2 Cause Hell
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Based on 8 reviews
2015 Ratings: #202 / 836
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Based on 13 ratings
May 26, 2015 / Release Date
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Atlantic / Label
Hip Hop / Genres
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If you’re a Boosie fan, this album will be your favorite album of the year period. If you have never really been a fan of Boosie, this album should make you respect what he brings to to hip hop and why he is so loved by the southern region of the United States.
The end result is an album that is as much a wild party as it is brutally honest. In achieving each of these goals without feeling too much like it’s placating Boosie’s lifelong fans or pop radio expectations, it excels in walking a fine line and being a tremendous listen.

Boosie’s brand new album Touch Down 2 Cause Hell is the triumphant and brutally honest punch in the jaw that the rap game has needed.


A rapper with that pedigree could have phoned in this record, content to rest on his reputation. Instead, Touch Down 2 Cause Hell is unremittingly intense from the cover image to the sharpened guest appearances.


The biggest hits of his 15-year catalog are ­predominantly party songs ("Wipe Me Down," "Zoom"), but on his sixth studio album, Touch Down 2 Cause Hell, he seems to have lost interest in the ratchet bacchanalia of his pre-prison days.


Hell is nearly the best you could expect from 32-year-old Torrence Hatch, who's five years younger than Kanye West but speaks with a certain okra-fed croak that keeps him sounding about as old and wise as Scarface, who turns 45 this year.

This is his comeback classic for me. I might not listen to it anymore but it still holds up for a mainstream studio attempt.
Big, bold, and banging, with some fantastic features. It's a little long winded and bloated with throwaway tracks, but consistently enjoyable. Boosie Badazz' personality is contagious, even through his songs with weaker beats and hooks.

Tracks: "Mercy On My Soul", "Black Heaven", "All I Know"
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Track List

  1. Intro - Get Em Boosie
  2. Window Of My Eyes
  3. Mercy On My Soul (feat. Jeezy & Akelee)
  4. Like A Man (feat. Rich Homie Quan)
  5. On Deck (feat. Young Thug)
  6. Retaliation 
  7. No Juice
  8. On That Level (feat. Webbie) 
  9. Hip Hop Hooray (feat. Webbie)
  10. Mr. Miyagi
  11. Black Heaven (feat. Keyshia Cole & J. Cole)
  12. She Don't Love Me (feat. Chris Brown)
  13. All I Know (feat. PJ)
  14. Drop Top Music (feat. Rick Ross)
  15. Spoil You (feat. T.I.)
  16. How She Got Her Name 
  17. Kicking Clouds
  18. Hands Up 
  19. I'm Sorry
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Added on: May 9, 2015