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Album Review

Just like Soulja Boy’s 2008 release iSouljaboytellem, this 2010 effort offers fun and simple singles that live or die by their hook, and if you’re in the midst of a full-on party, you’ll respond “bammer bammer bammer” just like you’re supposed to when the party rapper offers “Speakers Going Hammer.” “Pretty Boy Swag” brings welcome reminders of when everyone was asking for their chicken noodle soup with a soda on the side, and 50 Cent appears for the team-up “Mean Mug,” an enjoyable mix of G-Unit thugging and ringtone rap wilding out, The DeAndre Way has already offered up a weekend worth of highlights.

Customer Reviews


Nursery ryhmes at its finest....

Can't be hood

Can't be hood no matter how many Tats you got. Especially if your first song is an international dance hit. WACK.

Is this a joke?

I understand that as long soulja boy releases something, it will sell. It makes me wanna cry but it's true. But honestly I sat here laughing while listening to these songs briefly. I believe in one song he said, "2010 that's my year. 2011 that's my year. 2012, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 yeah I'm here." or some nonsense like that. I believe my 6 year old nephew could create a better album than this. But congrats on living the "American Dream" I guess soulja boy. You really deserve it.


Born: July 28, 1990 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Mississippi rapper Soulja Boy mixes a bit of Atlanta's party-oriented "snap music" with harder Mississippi and Chicago hip-hop into a sound he calls "Shylantasippi." This unique blend comes from having been born in Chicago but raised in Atlanta and then Mississippi, where the rapper hooked up with the Palm Tree Promotions team. Palm Tree put Soulja Boy in local showcases, but he was also uploading his music to the Internet on his own. Numerous downloads of his early tracks "I Got Some Bapes" and...
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