When people hear about Badazz Entertainment, they’ll usually discuss the artists Lil Boosie. While Lil Boosie’s skills and resent indictments for 6 counts of murder are earning him considerable notoriety in the World News and rap world, the streets of Baton Rouge are now seeing a new, promising rap star rise to fame. This rapper’s name is John Miller; his stage name is Misled. Misled and the Free Lil Boosie movement that he supports, “We Wit U. . .Right or Wrong”, is being embraced by young hip-hop enthusiasts throughout the south, particularly in Louisiana. Mi5led has come out with street tapes like “I Done it All” with Lil Boosie and “Right or Wrong” among others. As far as street credit is concerned, there’s no equal among the artists emerging from the South. Many fans of this artist can only describe his music as part of Free Lil Boosie movement that needs to be experienced in order to be fully comprehended.
His music is gangsta, and able to communicate with street youths due to its respectability. Misled is now working with DJ Big Wayne to reach the next level of success, rising through the ranks of Badazz Entertainment. Currently, Misled is learning about the complexities of the rap world from Lil Boosie, as he sits in his cell awaiting trial. Still, Misled exhibits a huge amount of effort, consistancy, hard work and street loyalty for the rap game which has generated his success thus far. His music might seem to be written for the gangsta’s, though Mi5led says that he has a higher number of fans who are females. Mi5led track “I Done it All” featuring Lil Boosie has been an unexpected hit, since Lil Boosie has been indicted on 6 murder charges.