The lead up to Louisiana rapper Lil Boosie's murder trial has been a long and tiresome process, but it ssems as though things are kicking into gear as the jury selection process is in its beginning stages.

Up to 150 residents are scheduled to appear at the 9th Judicial District Courthouse on Monday to see if they'll be selected for jury duty, as reported by The Advocate.

District Judge Mike Erwin will be presiding over the case and will spend the day discussing important instructions with possible jurors, who will not be questioned until Tuesday when the actual jury selection process begins.

If convicted, Lil Boosie will face a maximum sentence of life in prison, but will not have to face the death penalty.

Boosie's lyrics will play an intricate part in the trial.