What a productive 2021 it was for Soulja Boy Tell ‘Em. First, he released the runaway hit single “She Make It Clap,” followed by a slew of loose cuts like “Rick & Morty,” “Mad,” “Copy & Paste” with T.I., “Squid Game,” “Pulling Up,” and the remix for “She Make It Clap” with French Montana. He’s also liberated more than a few projects for fans to enjoy, including Rich Off A Computer, Big Draco, No Looking Back, Swag 4, and Big Draco 2, along with collaborations with the likes of Bow Wow, Tadoe, Desiigner, Omarion, Lil’ Twist, and Skinnyfromthe9.
This year, he’s already back on a roll with new singles like “Pop My Shit” and “They Call Me Soulja Baby,” both of which are expected to appear on Soulja‘s forthcoming Valentine’s Day release Heart Break Soulja. Earlier this week, he kept the momentum going with another 8goincrazy-produced offering titled “Aquarius,” which sees Soulja harmonizing about a special someone, his own wealth and valuables, and more:
“She told me she was Aquaries, she told me was a Aquarius, and when she go, they be staring, everywhere she go, they be staring at her, and when we hit the scene, I be riding clean, 100K cash in my Amiri jeans, 100K cash bustin’ out the seams, I be on load, it’s gon’ ‘splode once I hit the scene, spend 50 at the Dior store, spend 100K, I went to New York, 100K in a private airport, I’m on a jet, pullin’ up, you know I gotta flex, I take off in that ‘Rari, and go full throttle…”
Fans can press play on Soulja Boy‘s “Aquarius” below. As previously reported by REVOLT, Soulja Boy took to Instagram Live to reveal that he’ll be premiering a new docu-series on the channel — that’s expected to take place Jan. 21.
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