Soulja Boy Videos

  • Big K.R.I.T., OG Maco, & Soulja Boy Weigh In On Confederate Flag Controversy
    Big K.R.I.T., OG Maco, & Soulja Boy Weigh In On Confederate Flag Controversy
    Rob Markman of MTV News caught up with Big K.R.I.T., OG Maco, and Soulja Boy this past weekend to ask them their thoughts on the movement to remove the Confederate flag from the South Carolina state house. All three rappers had good things to say on the subject: I see a lot of people saying like 'that's our heritage' or things like that," Maco said. "But if that's the case you might as well let white people say 'n*gger.' They go hand in hand, the confederate flag, we was getting called 'n*ggers' back then."
  • Soulja Boy "Rick Ross" Video
    Soulja Boy "Rick Ross" Video
    Soulja Boy channels Rick Ross in his new song, named after the MMG bawse. From Belaire bottles to stacks of cash to representing Maybach Music Group, Soulja does it all in his song "Rick Ross." He even goes so far as to say, "I signed Meek Mill, I signed Omarion." Some days you just feel like you signed Meek Mill and Omarion, amirite? 
  • Soulja Boy "Lingo (Watch Me Swag)" Video
    Soulja Boy "Lingo (Watch Me Swag)" Video
    Fresh off the release of his Swag mixtape, Soulja Boy decides to come through and share the official video for the project’s intro “Lingo (Watch Me Swag)”. With the double cup in hand, Soulja Boy and his homies head to the studio to flaunt their money and shoot this braggadocios video above. Ballin’ on a budget, this in-studio visual will probably be the first of many more to come off Swag.
  • Whippin' My Wrist
    Whippin' My Wrist
    Soulja Boy's videos usually consist of gleeful house parties at his mansion that feature more blunts and double cups than actual plot lines. That's fine though, as King Soulja's dance moves and charisma are usually enough to carry any video, no matter how plotless. For his "Whippin' My Wrist" video, though, the ATLien has opted to depict a more ambitious concept for once.
  • Soulja Boy "Backwoods" Video
    Soulja Boy "Backwoods" Video
    Soulja Boy recently toured the European Union, and during a stop in Barcelona, Spain, he was able to shoot this video to his song "Backwoods", which is about--you guessed it--his favorite type of blunt. See Soulja Boy rapping through the streets of Barcelona. Added concert footage shows Soulja has quite the Spanish following.  It also looks like Soulja's crew was able to rent out some impressive digs when they crashed in the city. At the beginning of the clip, Soulja Boy is sipping from a Rich Gang styrofoam cup, so perhaps he's getting back with Birdman. 
  • Soulja Boy Feat. Rich The Kid "Get Rich" Video
    Soulja Boy Feat. Rich The Kid "Get Rich" Video
    You haven't made it until you're in Soulja Boy's backyard resting your cup of lean on his air conditioner unit. That's exactly what Quality Control's Rich The Kid does in his new video with Mr. Tell Em himself.
  • Soulja Boy "Don't Nothing Move But The Money" Video
    Soulja Boy "Don't Nothing Move But The Money" Video
    Ahead of his upcoming album Loyalty, which is scheduled to drop on February 3rd, Soulja Boy dropped off his latest track, "Don't Nothing Move But The Money," earlier this week. Now we've got a video to accompany the music.
  • Soulja Boy "Hurricane" Video
    Soulja Boy "Hurricane" Video
    We haven't gotten a new project from Soulja Boy since Halloween weekend, which wouldn't be that big of a gap in output for most artists, but certainly is for the prolific ATLien. The drought will be over on February 3rd when he drops Loyalty, a project that this new track "Hurricane" will probably pop up on.
  • Soulja Boy "Pablo Escobar" Video
    Soulja Boy "Pablo Escobar" Video
    After hitting us with two new leaks in one day, "Like Ugh" and "Ride With Me," both off an upcoming album from Soulja Boy called Loyalty, Soulja delivers a music video for an older cut "Pablo Escobar."
  • Soulja Boy "Red Dot" Video
    Soulja Boy "Red Dot" Video
    Just over three weeks removed from the release of his reader-approved Young Millionaire mixtape, Soulja Boy is already back on his grind with a brand new single. Titled "Red Dot," the song is the first release to hit the web from the rapper's upcoming Loyalty album. Give the visuals a viewing above and let us know what you think in the comment section.
  • Soulja Boy "Trap Boy Soulja" Video
    Soulja Boy "Trap Boy Soulja" Video
    When compared with King Soulja 2, Soulja Boy's previous free mixtape, Halloween's Young Millionaire has fared a lot better in terms of user ratings.
  • Soulja Boy "On The News" Video
    Soulja Boy "On The News" Video
    Soulja Boy can be a hard guy to keep track of. Just three days ago, he shared audio of a track then titled "New Coupes," but it seems like the track's name has changed in the few days it took to drop a video. Today the SODMG boss let go of a visual for a track called "On The News" that is, without a doubt, identical to "New Coupes."
  • Soulja Boy "Soulja Soulja" Video
    Soulja Boy "Soulja Soulja" Video
    After releasing King Soulja 3 earlier this year, Soulja Boy has been dropping visuals for the album's tracks at an alarming rate. His latest, one for "Soulja Soulja," is his seventeenth video released this year, which is absolutely preposterous, especially when you consider that the dude's also put out three projects: Super Dope, King Souljas 1 & 2.
  • Soulja Boy "Movie" Video
    Soulja Boy "Movie" Video
    Soulja Boy's hustle knows no limitis. Just a little over a month after the release of King Soulja 3, the "Crank That" emcee is already full swing into the promotion of the tape's sequel. "Movie" is our first taste of the project and, if the track is any indication of the material that it's coming packaged with, fans should be in for a nice surprise when the full-length drops on September 15th.
  • Soulja Boy "In My System " Video
    Soulja Boy "In My System " Video
    King Soulja 3 was released quietly earlier this month, and it's still spawning videos, the latest of which being "My System". The album highlight earns itself the the type of flex-heavy visual we've come to expect from the SODMG rapper, with Soulja sipping and smoking throughout.
  • Soulja Boy Feat. Rich The Kid "Bugatti" Video
    Soulja Boy Feat. Rich The Kid "Bugatti" Video
    Soulja Boy already shared the visual for "Tony Hawk," part one in the saga of the whipping of his wrists, and now comes time to drop off a clip for "Bugatti," the saga's second chapter.
  • Soulja Boy Feat. Migos "Gas In My Tank" Video
    Soulja Boy Feat. Migos "Gas In My Tank" Video
    Soulja Boy and Migos got together at the BET awards to film the visuals for their collaboration, "Gas In My Tank". This is the fourth Migos-related post of the day, after we saw the trio get on a Gucci Mane remix, get dissed by Lil B, and then drop a brand new track called "Green Light District". The backstage area at the awards that Soulja and Migos link up in is definitely far from a no flex zone, with the rappers rocking some shiny jewelry and tossing racks around like nobody's business. Look out for Soulja's King Soulja III mixtape very soon.
  • Soulja Boy "Ice In My Cup" Video
    Soulja Boy "Ice In My Cup" Video
    In the past month, Soulja Boy's released five videos from his upcoming King Soulja 3 mixtape, and now we have yet another.
  • Soulja Boy Feat. King Reefa "Fuk That" Video
    Soulja Boy Feat. King Reefa "Fuk That" Video
    Soulja Boy isn't showing any signs of slowing down anytime soon. After dropping the video for "Hustlin'" just the other night, the “Crank Dat” rapper is back with another one today for “Fuk That” featuring King Reefa. The record will presumably live on his upcoming project, King Soulja 3.
  • Soulja Boy "Hustlin'" Video
    Soulja Boy "Hustlin'" Video
    Soulja Boy is showing no signs of slowing down anytime soon. After hearing his most recent freestyle to Drizzy’s “0 To 100”, the “Crank Dat” rapper is back with a new video for “Hustlin’”, a track from his upcoming project, King Soulja 3. Keeping the budget low, Soulja rounds up his crew and hits a parking lot to shoot this Face The Troof Films-directed visual. Nothing too special here, but something to satisfy the fans.
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