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With the November 30, 2010 release of his highly anticipated third album, The DeAndre Way, Collipark Music/Interscope Records artist Soulja Boy adds to his legendary rap/hip-hop resume. Since 2007, Soulja Boy (real name DeAndre Cortez Way) has built an impressive body of work that is the envy of artists who’ve been around far longer. Along the way, Soulja Boy – at age 20 – ... Read more in Amazon's Soulja Boy Store

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  • Audio CD (15 Dec. 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Collipark
  • ASIN: B001H9N89S
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 186,837 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. I'm Bout Tha Stax (Intro)
2. Bird Walk
3. Turn My Swag On
4. Gucci Bandana (Feat. Gucci Mane and Shawty Lo)
5. Eazy
6. Kiss Me Thru the Phone (Feat. Sammie)
7. Booty Got Swag (Donk Part 2)
8. Rubber Bands
9. Hey You There
10. Yamaha Mama (Feat. Sean Kingston)
11. Wit My Yums On
12. Go Head (Feat. Juney Boomdata)
13. Shoppin' Spree (Feat. Gucci Mane and Yo Gotti)
14. Soulja Boy Tell 'Em
15. Whoop Rico (Feat. Show Stoppas)
16. I Pray (Outro)

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BBC Review

It's hard to believe that Soulja Boy, or Soulja Boy Tellem, the internet sensation and shifter of the most ringtones in the known universe - is yet to launch his first album here in the UK. In his native US he's already released three - and let's not forget that DeAndre Ramone Way, as he's known to his Mum, is still only 18 years old.

He's still best known for his internet dance sensation Crank That, which reached number two in the UK in December 2007 and won him a Grammy and a BET award.

Two interestingly-named albums followed in the States, Unsigned & Still Major: Da Album Before Da Album and Souljaboytellem.com before he released a full third album iSouljaBoyTellem to mixed reviews. Now re-edited to a six-track UK mini album, this is a stopgap before his new album The DeAndre Way arrives at the end of summer.

He may be lacking in lyrics but he certainly knows how to write a catchy tune and has self-produced some of the tracks. Alongside the aforementioned Crank That sits Turn My Swag On with critic-defying lyrics like, ''I gotta question why they hatin' on me, I ain't done nothing to 'em'' laid over an infectious sung hook. Gucci Bandanna isn't going to win any awards for creative genius but it's still one hell of an earworm.

Sean Kingston guests on Yamaha Mama where a twinkly piano melody accompanies yet more lyrics about the importance of SBT's phone. Speaking of which, you can't forget current hit Kiss Me Thru The Phone, the I Just Called To Say I Love You for the Noughties generation.

Online, his web shop selling t shirts, babygros, and things you may never even have heard of (what is a ding?) He even has his own virtual world - Planet Soulja Boy Tellem - which you can join. It makes you wonder if he values making money above making music.

He's been accused of writing specifically for the lucrative ringtone market and his songs do seem to be about catchy ten second hooks which are then repeated ad infinitum. Still, it's difficult to knock a teenager who says his aim is to make non-violent rap about partying and having fun. You'll love to hate it - but you'll still be listening. --Sophie Bruce

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By Me on 7 July 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Bought it just for a few tracks, not a great album, if you don't like this thing don't buy but I'm happy with the couple of tracks I wanted...
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Amazon.com: 47 reviews
28 of 31 people found the following review helpful
not just a "hater" 19 May 2009
By J. Edwards - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
1st of all... i kinda like "Kiss Me Through the Phone"... not because it's a well written song, it's garbage, but because after hearing it 5 times within an hour on a road trip u almost hafta like it. That being said this CD sucks. I dont care what anybody says about him doing everything himself, good for him, i respect that but, he's terrible. He (unfortunately) represents the new generation of rap, which is dance beats, dance hooks and mindless lyrics. No matter what is said about how bad it is, people are gonna continue to buy this rubbish because this is what they are growing up with. Anybody who would even attempt to compare NAS to this little kid is a complete and utter idiot. NAS is a legend, Soulja Boy is an easily forgettable artist with about 23 seconds left on his 15 minutes of fame.
38 of 45 people found the following review helpful
The dubious return of hip-hop's biggest embarrassment 17 Dec. 2008
By Glen Zimmerman - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Already responsible for the album that has the lowest overall rating of any mass-reviewed album on Amazon, it is the height of gall that Soulja Boy would even consider releasing another one. Unfortunately (but perhaps predictably) everything that made his first album so unbearable has not been shelved for this album. The mind-numbing backgrounds and his immature, monotonous rapping style are as bad now as they were then, and like his first album, much of the general theme of this album revolves around such things as his appetite for money and designer-brand apparel, and his dangerously overinflated ego when it comes to girls. Vulgarity has unfortunately not been forgotten, either. On "Wit My Yums On" several references are made to a certain males-only body part, and "Hey You There" is simply gross. In it, Soulja Boy talks about the supposed joy of smelling his farts, and also about having his "sticky body" licked. And why does just about every song begin with his name being uttered? Everybody knows his damn name already, and I'd really like to forget it, thank you.

Absolutely disgusting from beginning to end.
26 of 31 people found the following review helpful
One Hit Wonders do NOT need a second album! 19 Dec. 2008
By Jason Suttmeier - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The best thing about the 80s was that 1 hit wonders KNEW that's what they were, so they didn't try to milk their 5 minutes of fame with 2nd and 3rd albums. This CD is AWFUL. I'm not even sure the first CD was any good, but at least it wasn't a FORCED attempt at turning 5 minutes into 10 minutes of fame. BOO! Don't waste your money. There will NOT be any hits from this CD without a huge push - with money - from the label.
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
I wonder how this kid got a record contract? 23 Mar. 2009
By J. Osborne - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Let me say this the Birdwalk song is pure garbage just like his Crank That! All this little boy is a one hit wonder,a tool being used by the music industry,a gimmick,etc. There are so many emcees out there that deserve a record contract. [........]
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Worst album of the year goes to... 26 Dec. 2008
By Sheila - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This album is pure garbage. It's like he doesn't even try to make a decent song. His lyrics are so bad that it's embarrassing to listen to. He also repeats himself over and over. He really needs to read a dictionary and come up with new words. A five year old can write a better song than him.

Please don't waste your money on this album. You will be very disappointed.
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