Soulja Boy Net Worth 2022

Soulja Boy Net Worth 2022



According To Uswhispers Soulja Boy Net Worth $30 Million In September of 2007, his debut single was a huge hit. At its peak, the single "Crank That (Soulja Boy)" was the most popular song in the country. For seven non-consecutive weeks beginning in September 2007, the song was the top-selling single in the United States.


Soulja Boy Early Life

DeAndre Cortez Way, better known as Soulja Boy, was born in Chicago, Illinois, on July 28, 1990. Atlanta, Georgia, was the place where he developed an interest in rap music at the age of six, when his family relocated to the city. He moved to Batesville, Mississippi, when he was fourteen years old.


As a way of encouraging his son to work on his music, his father built a recording studio in the family's house. Music by Soulja Boy first appeared on SoundClick in November of that year. They were well-received, so he set up YouTube and MySpace accounts.

In March of that year, he made his debut "Crank That (Soulja Boy) and released "Unsigned and Still Major: Da Album Before da Album," his first solo album, on his own label. The "Crank That" dance was also featured in a low-budget video made by him. By the end of May of 2007, "Interscope Records signed Soulja Boy after his song "Crank That" was played on the radio. "Crank That" was at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 for seven straight weeks in September 2007. Soulja Boy was nominated for a Grammy as a result of the song.


Personal Life

Soulja Boy Net Worth 2022
Soulja Boy Net Worth 2022

In June 2008, Ice-T told Way to "eat a dick" on DJ Cisco's mixtape Urban Legend. He also said that Way was "killing hip-hop" and that his song "Crank That" was "garbage" compared to the work of Rakim, Das EFX, Big Daddy Kane, and Ice Cube. The two then sent each other videos over the Internet. Kanye West stood up for Way by saying that the younger artist made something new and different for hip-hop. In 2010, an episode of The Boondocks made fun of the fight.


Way's house was broken into on December 30, 2008, and he was robbed and hurt. The first reports from the scene said that the thieves were six men with AK-47s who were wearing masks. The next day, though, a video of two masked men claiming to be the only ones who did the crime showed up on the internet. In January of 2009


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