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Soulja Boy

Before he reached the age of 18, Soulja Boy Tell Em (born DeAndre Way; originally Soulja Boy until copyright issues interfered) was already an ambitious artist and a seasoned businessman wielding all the hitmaking requirements: producer, live entertainer, and an ability to write catchy hooks. Born in 1990 in Chicago, Illinois, Way moved from the Windy City down to Atlanta when he was six years old, but then went to live with his father in Batesville, Mississippi at age 14. In Mississippi, the young entertainer found all the various connections to pursue a musical career seriously, including the aid of his father, who provided a recording studio. After successfully promoting his music online in 2004 and establishing his Stacks on Deck Entertainment label, he moved back to Atlanta to pursue industry leads and to get his feet wet doing live performances. Shortly thereafter, he was discovered by Atlanta producer Mr. Collipark (Ying Yang Twins, Bubba Sparxxx, Young Jeezy), who helped launch Soulja Boy Tell Em from a local sensation to a national mover and shaker -- and it was all largely due to the Internet. His MySpace page broke the site's records and generated millions of views. Affiliated with Interscope via Collipark's Collipark Music imprint, Soulja Boy Tell Em gradually rose to number one on the pop charts with his snap-dance hit single "Crank Dat (Soulja Boy)" in 2007. By the end of the year the track landed on his debut album, iSouljaboytellem followed in 2008, with The DeAndre Way arriving two years later. In 2011 he went independent with the mixtape Smooky, while 2012 saw him partner with Young L for the mixtape Mario & Domo vs. the World. His 2013 mixtape Foreign launched rumors that he was signed to the Cash Money label, but 2015's Swag the Mixtape announced he was instead launching his own label, Stacks on Deck. ~ Cyril Cordor
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Stations Featuring
Soulja Boy

    '00s Pop

    '00s Pop
    1 song

    '00s Hip-Hop

    '00s Hip-Hop
    2 songs

    Top Hip-Hop

    Top Hip-Hop
    1 song

    Hip-Hop Party

    Hip-Hop Party
    1 song

    Dirty South

    1 song

    Office Friendly Jams

    1 song

Albums by
Soulja Boy

Top Songs by
Soulja Boy

  1.   Song
  2.   Crank That (Soulja Boy)
  3.   Kiss Me Thru the Phone
  4.   Turn My Swag On
  5.   Tear It Up
  6.   Yahhh!
  7.   RNS
  8.   Flavors
  9.   Soulja Girl
  10.   The Future
  11.   Soulja Boy Tellem
  12.   Hey You There
  13.   Donk
  14.   Gucci Bandanna
  15.   Supaman (Crank Dat Soulja Boy)
  16.   Blue Money
  17.   Report Card
  18.   OMG
  19.   Gold by Migos
  20.   Shootout
  21.   Jus Got My Report Card
  22.   Eazy
  23.   Soulja Girl by i15
  24.   Intro by Soulja Boy
  25.   I'm Ballin
  26.   Doo Doo Head
  27.   Yeen Crunk
  28.   Yahhh B*tch
  29.   We Dem 30-30 Boyz
  30.   Don't Get Mad
  31.   Sidekick
  32.   Snap and Roll
  33.   Soulja Boy Intro
  34.   Let Me Get Em
  35.   Rich Young Nigga
  36.   Eazy by Gucci Mane
  37.   Early In The Morning
  38.   Coolin
  39.   Big Bank Rolls
  40.   Booty Got Swag
  41.   Joccin' On Yo B*tch A**
  42.   Wit My Yums On
  43.   Shoppin' Spree
  44.   Bird Walk
  45.   What's Hannenin'
  46.   Bapes
  47.   Phone Call
  48.   All I Do
  49.   Go Head featuring Juney Boomdata
  50.   10 on Pump 4
  51.   Pimp Slap Dat Hoe
  52.   You Got Mail
  53.   Yamaha Mama
  54.   Rubber Bands
  55.   Bring Dat Beat Back
  56.   Soulja Boy Ain't Got No Money
  57.   She Thirsty
  58.   Killin' Spree
  59.   Pass It to Arab
  60.   First Class
  61.   Don't Trust
  62.   Yahoo Hoez
  63.   Pow
  64.   Whoop Rico
  65.   I'm Bout Tha Stax (Intro)
  66.   I Pray (Outro)
  67.   Give Me A High Five
  68.   Crank Dat Dance
  69.   Make Ya Face Beat Up My Hands
  70.   I Got Me Some Bapes
  71.   Mr.Miyagi
  72.   Test My Nutz

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