"They said I wasn't coming home," Lil Boosie says on "All I Know." But the extraordinary tale of how this Baton Rouge rapper beat a murder charge is only one story behind Touch Down 2 Cause Hell; the other is that he's made his best work to date, or at least his most diverse. There's a strip club song ("On That Level"), a lame Chris Brown song ("She Don't Love Me"), and a smoking song ("Kicking Clouds"). Most importantly, there are songs that reaffirm his commitment to the dirty bottom and the struggle of ordinary folks like himself. As he says on "Sorry," "Black power, they scared of us."