Hatch was born & raised on W. Garfield SST. , a poor neighborhood in South Side Baton Rouge (USB). It was notorious for drugs and violence, a place feared by the general population. Boogie grew up with his mom and dad who nicknamed him after the ‘ass funk legend, Boots Collins. Although being raised by both of his parents was a rarity in his neighborhood, Boogie still struggled with dysfunction Inside and outside of his home.
Around the time he was starting high school, Boosted decided to come clean on wax about some of the trouble he was getting into, “l started rapping on tracks when as like 14 or 15, I was rapping before that but just didn’t let anybody know ’cause thought I wasn’t good enough. ” At fourteen years old, Boogie moved in to live with his grandmother after his father was murdered In drug-related activity.  Boosted became very Involved In basketball to stay off the streets while attending high school and was actually expected to move on to college level basketball, but his involvement with drugs got him expelled from school.After being expelled from school, Boosted became serious about his music. Consequently, Bookie’s residency In Baton Rouge, which lacked a music scene, disadvantaged him from creating a diverse set of contacts and subsequently a lack of exposure. A mutual friend of Boogie and local rapper, C-Loc, introduced the two and before Boogie knew it, he was recording his homemade raps in a professional studio. Oil Boogie Mobile Desktop Content is available under C BY-AS 3.
He is currently serving time in the Louisiana State Penitentiary (Angola); Hatch was sentenced to eight years after pleading guilty to drug charges.Hatch was born & raised on W. Garfield SST. A poor neighborhood In South Side Baton population. Boogie grew up with his mom and dad who nicknamed him after the ass In his neighborhood, Boogie still struggled with dysfunction Inside and outside of his 1 OFF I thought I wasn’t good enough. ” At fourteen years old, Boogie moved in to live with his grandmother after his father was murdered in drug-related activity.  Boogie became very involved in basketball to stay off the streets while attending high school with drugs got him expelled from school.
After being expelled from school, Boogie became serious about his music. Consequently, Bookie’s residency in Baton Rouge, manmade raps in a professional studio.  1998-2001 : Camp Life & Youngest of that Camp Boogie became serious about his music, deciding to become a professional rapper. Oil Boogie teamed up with Baton Rouge rapper C-Loc in the late sass. He started off as the youngest member of the Concentration Camp at the age of only 14. Boogie Joined the Concentration Camp group in 1998, after the release of the group’s second studio album Concentration Camp II: Dad Holocaust.He worked with rapper C-Loc and the Camp & made his debut on C-Loco’s fifth album, It’s a Gamble in 2000 under his old alias Boogie and Concentration Camp third studio album Camp Ill : Thug Broth’s in 2000.
Soon after, he released Youngest Of Dad Camp, his debut album in 2000 on Camp Life Entertainment. The album spread like wildfire, and was widely known in Baton Rouge. At the time of this album’s recording, Boogie was only 17 years old. The album production was mostly handled by Happy Perez. The album featured C-Loc, Max Minimal & Donkey and more. After the incarceration, Boogie once again turned back to the streets.Ultimately, his behavior led to him also being incarcerated.
The album sold 13, 000 units. 2001-2003: Trill Entertainment & For MY Thug At this point, Boogie felt as though he was a failure. However, fate lent Boogie a hand, and Boogie had an opportunity to Join an up-and-coming record label called Trill Entertainment which was backed by its CEO the late Pimp C of KICK in 2001. Trill signed Boogie and assisted him in bringing his legal issues to an end. Soon after, Trill independently released his debut album For My Thug as his new alias Oil Boogie in 2002. 1] This release went on to sell over 15,000 copies. As of 2013, the album has sold 90,000 copies, according to Trill Entertainment.
The album features Pimp C, Young Bleed, Webb and more. 003-2005: Ghetto Stories, Gangs Muzzy & Warner Brose. Later in the summer of 2003, Pimp C teamed up Boosted to co-star with one of his label-mates, Webb, on the album Ghetto Stories. The album also went on to sell well over 15,000 copies. As of 2013, the album has sold 120,000 units. In 2004, Oil the hottest songs of 2004. Boogie paired up again with Webb, to release their second compilation album, Gangs Music.
This is what really gained him popularity. According to Trill, the album sold 320,000 copies. Bookie’s talent was now undeniable, and he caught the eye of some Universal Music Group representatives. In 2004 Oil Boogie & South Coast Coalition released Both Sides of the Track. January 1, 2005 Boogie teamed up with Lava House Records to release United We Stand, Divided We Fall. He also released Street Code with Pat Lorenz. In 2005, Oil Boogie release Bad Ass (Advance) to promote Bad Jazz.
In late January 2005, Boogie signed a deal with Warner Brose. Records. 2] 2006-2008: Bad Jazz & Survival of the Fittest In early 2006 Trill release Bad Ass Mixture Volvo. L as a follow up to (Bad Ass Advance). In 2006, Bookie’s major label debut album Bad Jazz was released.  It contained the single “Zoom” featuring Young Joy. A Bad Jazz DVD followed where the rapper explained the death of his father due to drugs and his fight against diabetes.
Late in the year, the Streets Is Mine mixture appeared in cooperation with DC Drama. In 2007 Oil Boogie release Bad Jazz Mistakes Volvo. 2. In 2007, Boogie & Webb was on the remix of “Wipe Me Down” by rapper Fox.It was put on the Trill Entertainment compilation album Survival of the Fittest, which was released in 2007. In 2008 Boogie release Dad Beginning Mixture. At Oil Boogie 4th Of July Bash party he past out his new mixture 4th Of July Bash.
December 2008 Oil Boogie release Oil Boogie Presents: Dad Click which eater Dad Click consist of Hatch Boy, Loco, Quick & Sleek. It also popularized Oil Bookie’s career as well. In 2008, Oil Boogie was featured on the single “Independent” by Webb and was among several rappers to be featured on “Out Here Grinding” by DC Chalked. 009: Supersede: The Return of Boogie Bad Jazz & Bad Jazz Entertainment In 2009 Boogie released The Return Of Mr.. Wipe Me Down as a promotion mixture to his second major album. In 2009, Oil Boogie released the follow up to Oil Boogie Presents: Dad Click called Dad Click: “Street King.
In 2009, Oil Boogie released his second major album Supersede: The Return of Boogie Bad Jazz. The first single from the album, “Better Believe It”, featured Webb and Young Jeez. There were promotional music videos from the album such as “I’m a Dog” & “Loose as a Goose”.Also in 2009, Oil Boogie had presented his debut label Bad Jazz Entertainment. Oil Boogie released Thug Passion on his Bad Jazz Entertainment label in 2009. Oil Boogie release Category 7: Bad Jazz Hurricane with Hurricane Chris and Untouchable with LoLa Monroe. Oil Boogie also released The 25th Hours mixture which on the interlude he speak on his prison term.
2010: Incarcerated In 2010 Oil Boosted & C-Loc his former CEO release Unbreakable as a Compilation CD. ND conspiracy, and potentially facing the death penalty, he wants to move forward with his hip hop career.Boogie released his fourth studio album, Incarcerated, on September 28 on Asylum Records. According to MAT News, the project is almost entirely produced by B. J. , although Mouse on That Track did some work on it as well. Webb, Fox and Oil Trill are among the featured guests.
 Oil Boogie released Gone Till’ December in 2010, which is a mixture album consisting of new music. Bad Jazz Entertainment released Should’ve Been My Beat. Oil Boogie released 22504 with B. G.. In 2011 Quick release Hit After Hit 3 with Oil Boogie. In 2012 My Brother’s Keeper was released with Money Bag & Quick.