Genre: Hip Hop/Rap
|1||Let Me Get Em|
|3||Speakers Going Hammer|
|4||What Is You Saying|
|6||Macho Man Randy Savage|
|12||Crank Dat Jump Rope|
|13||Forgot What Happen Yesterday|
|16||Trap Nigga (feat. Sean Kingston)|
|18||Pretty Boy Swag|
|20||Mix It With the Prada|
|21||It Will Never Stop|
|23||Superman (feat. Sean Kingston)|
|27||Actavis (feat. Migos)|
|28||Turn My Swag On|
|29||Way up (You Can’t Turn Me Down)|
|30||Kiss Me Thru The Phone|
|31||Whippin My Wrist|
|35||From Chiraq (feat. Reese Money Bagz & Dae Dot (Sodmg))|
|37||I Got Them Bands|
DeAndre Ramone Way (born July 28, 1990), better known by his stage name Soulja Boy Tell 'Em, or simply Soulja Boy, is a Grammy-nominated American rapper, dancer, and record producer. In September 2007, his single "Crank That (Soulja Boy)" reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100. The single was initially self-published on the Internet, and it became a number-one hit in the United States for seven non-consecutive weeks starting in September 2007.
He was born DeAndre Ramone Way in Chicago, Illinois on July 28, 1990. He moved to Atlanta, Georgia at age seven, where he became interested in rap music. At age 14, he moved to Batesville, Mississippi with his father, who provided a recording studio for Way to explore his musical ambitions.
In November 2005, Way posted his songs on the website SoundClick. Following positive reviews on the site, Soulja Boy then established his own web pages on YouTube and MySpace. In March 2007, he recorded "Crank That" and released his first independent album Unsigned & Still Major: Da Album Before da Album, followed by a low-budget video filmed demonstrating the "Soulja Boy" dance. By the end of May 2007, "Crank That (Soulja Boy)" received its first airplay and Soulja Boy met with Mr. Collipark to sign a deal with Interscope Records.