Soulja Boy Net Worth is$23 Million
Soulja Boy Net Worth is $23 Million. What is Soulja Boy's net worth? Born DeAndre Cortez Way but better known as rapper and record producer Soulja Boy Tell Em, this Chicago native...[read more]http://www.richestnetworth.com/soulja-boy-net-worth/
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What is Soulja Boy's net worth? Born DeAndre Cortez Way but better known as rapper and record producer Soulja Boy Tell Em, this Chicago native has a net worth of $23 million. In 2010 alone Soulja Boy earned over $7 million which was enough for Forbes to name him one of the Hip Hop Cash Kings for the year. Soulja Boy took an early interest in rap music and at the age of fourteen, his father gave him a recording studio to pursue and practice his music. Soulja used social media networking websites such as SoundClick, Myspace and YouTube as a way to popularize his music and gain feedback from a steadily growing audience. In February of 2007, Soulja Boy released "Unsigned and Still Major: Da Album Before da Album" under his independent label Stacks on Deck Entertainment, which he founded in 2004. Just three months later he was signed with Interscope Records. Soulja's previously recorded single "Crank That" was reproduced and released in August of 2007. Crank That topped the U.S. Billboard chart for eight consecutive weeks and has been certified platinum four times by the RIAA. It also went on to earn Soulja a Grammy nomination. In October of 2007, his first major label album Souljaboytellem.com was released and reached number four on the U.S. Billboard 200 and has since been certified platinum by the RIAA. Fourteen months later, he released his follow up album, !SouljaBoyTellem. He released his third studio album, The DeAndre Way in 2010 and is currently working on his fourth studio album. Soulja Boy has collaborated with several other hip-hop artists such as Gucci Mane, Sammie, Shawty Lo, and Arab.
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Daylyt Says Soulja Boy, Chief Keef, Lil B Show "Skill Is Not A Factor" In Rap Today
Daylyt says Rap is not about skill. “When you go mainstream, it’s 100 percent entertainment and fuckin’ zero percent skill nowadays,” he says in an interview with VladTV, as reported by BattleRap. “Let’s take a lot of rappers, like Chief Keef ...
Posted: August 29, 2014, 2:30 pm
“Love & Hip Hop Hollywood” Cast Includes Ray J, Soulja Boy, Omarion, Teairra Mari & More
They started in New York City and made one hell of a mark in Atlanta, and now VH1 is taking their popular “Love & Hip Hop” franchise all the way to the West Coast! According to the press release, “LHHH” will follow a new group of “R&B and Hip Hop ...
Posted: August 27, 2014, 6:41 pm
Love & Hip Hop Hollywood Spoilers: Young Berg, Ray J, Soulja Boy And Omarion Join Cast – Watch All New LHHH Promo Video
VH1’s hit reality TV show Love & Hip Hop is headed to the West Coast. The network announced months ago there be would another Love & Hip Hop spin-off titled “Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood.” The original Love & Hip Hop series follows rappers and their ...
Posted: August 27, 2014, 3:15 pm