Gangsta Boo’s posthumous album is ready to characteristic some massive names within the business. The late rapper’s property is planning to launch her album on August seventh, 2023, which might have been her forty fourth birthday. A clothes line in her reminiscence has additionally been launched. Gangsta Boo died at the age of 43 on January 1st, 2023. On the age of 14, Boo rose to stardom after becoming a member of Three 6 Mafia.
In response to TMZ, artists akin to Skepta, Latto, Run The Jewels, La Chat and Crunky Black shall be included in Boo’s posthumous album. It’s additionally been mentioned that the mission will obtain beats from the likes of Nick Hook, Drummer Boy, and EI-P. Founding Three 6 Mafia members DJ Paul and Juicy J are additionally believed to be producing for the album.
Merch Line In Reminiscence Of Gangsta Boo
A merchandise line in honor of Gangsta Boo has been launched, with 10% of all gross sales going to Stax Music Academy in Memphis for scholar tuition. Boo’s mom, Veronica Mitchell, will obtain the remainder of the proceeds from the location, www.queenofmemphis.com. Veronica informed AllHipHop: “My daughter Lola was my solely child woman. I used to be so proud when she would rap as a bit of woman. She grew to become the Queen of Memphis. My child is liked by individuals in all places, and it began at residence with us.”
She additional added: “That’s so wonderful to me. It makes me smile ear to ear. God introduced her residence to be along with her daddy Cedric and her brother Derron. I miss her, however I do know she’s proud of them. I’ll at all times keep in mind telling her, GO GET THEM DOLLAS, however I had no thought how many individuals would love my child woman. I’m grateful all y’all help my daughter. Thanks.” The clothes line at present consists of personalised Gangsta Boo sweatshirts and hoodies, in addition to T-shirts. Costs begin at $30, whereas they attain as excessive as $60.
Gangsta Boo, whose actual identify was Lola C. Mitchell, was laid to relaxation in her hometown of Memphis, Tennessee. On the time of her dying, Memphis Police Division mentioned that “there have been no rapid indicators of foul play.”