The Baton Rouge, Louisiana rapper made the remark during a recent Instagram Live session with Fat Joe. Joey Crack had questioned Boosie if the album would outperform Her Loss, and he quickly responded that he felt it would, even after hearing what Drizzy and 21 had cooked up.
“I heard Drake and 21 albums, it’s hard, but I don’t think it’s harder than our album,” Boosie said as Fat Joe raised his arms in the air in excitement. “Man, it’s Rubberband Man and Badazz. This shit different, wait till you hear it, bro.”
Boosie then said that he and T.I. have yet to decide on a title for their collaborative album. They were, however, in the midst of "shopping" for a name.
As if that wasn't enough, Boosie revealed that he is working on a Christmas film that he claims is the "new Home Alone." Flavor Flav will feature in the film, which will be released on Christmas Day.
During an interview with B High ATL in September, Boosie revealed that he and T.I. were working on an album. According to the 39-year-old, the two collaborated remotely but intended to finish the record in a studio.
“Me and T.I. got an album on the way,” he said. “We send [the songs] back and forth, and we gonna get it in for the last rodeo and knock out our last five. He sending me shit, I’m sending him shit. I gotta come with it, that’s Tip! We snapping, bro. This was overdue.”
T.I. and Boosie Badazz have previously cooperated on tracks such as "Jet Fuel," "Spoil You," Young Thug's "Can't Tell," and others. Their collaborative album would be the first time the two had worked together on a full-length effort.