Memoirs by celebrities are common. The majority of the stories have discussed people’s private lives and demonstrated how they differ from how the media portrays them. A new rapper is joining the roster of musicians who have had books about their lives published, including Jay-Z, Gucci Mane, Rick Ross, and countless more.
One of Louisiana’s hottest rappers, Boosie Badazz, has endured a great deal of hardship throughout his life. The 39-year-old has a wealth of life experiences to tell, including escaping a murder charge, serving time in prison, and overcoming cancer. Because of this, Cross The Tracks: A Memoir, his future book, will tell his narrative.
The synopsis stated, “In this evocative and compelling memoir, Boosie explores the relationship between his life on the streets with his ceaseless tear through the rap industry… A redemptive story with an urgent voice, Cross the Tracks is the survival tale of a man who wasn’t sure he would live to see another day…but who rose from the ashes to change the rap industry forever.”
September 20, 2022, will be the official publication date.