Monday, August 4, 2008
this is why i agree with Ice T
"Usually, when rappers step their lyrical game up, it's seen as a positive move. For young Soulja Boy, that is not the case. Recently, he explained that he wanted to show better lyricism, but did not want to do it on his album because it may ruin his image and reputation. Frustrated with how he's seen and criticized, he is now setting off to attempt to legitimize his success."
"If I wanted to, [I could] go that route and be respected [not for] my success ... respected [for] my music and my lyrics or whatever," he told MTV. Ironically enough, he said he didn't want to do all of that on an album.
read more here: http://www.hiphopdx.com/index/news/id.7442