Souja Boy Drops Video for “Cut Dat Check”

February 15, 2019
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Grammy-nominated Soulja Boy, the rapper to make the biggest comeback in 2018, is about to make sure his name is on everybody’s lips for the new year. The follow up to “Hit My Line,” Soulja Boy drops his new single “Cut Dat Check” via Entertainment One (eOne). Fans may have followed Soulja as he made his rounds at Complex for Everyday Struggle and The Breakfast Club among others. Soulja Boy never disappoints and this is only just the beginning of what he has in store for 2019.

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With combined album and single sales, ringtone downloads, and streams, the superstar has moved nearly 15 million records. “I try to stay humble about my impact and let other people tell the story,” says Soulja Boy. With “Cut Dat Check,” Entertainment One’s newest signee produced the straight-no-chaser statement that captures the hood-to-riches energy and unabashed flex of these blink-or-you-miss-it times.

Soulja Boy is a the budding entertainment mogul who is the head of his own independent label Stacks On Deck Entertainment. There’s also Soulja Boy the producer (Lil Wayne’s “Wowzerz,” Nicki Minaj’s “Yasss Bish”); the reality TV star (VH1’s Love & Hip-Hop Hollywood, WE-TV’s Marriage Boot Camp Hip Hop Edition); and endorsement king (World Poker Fund Holdings, SouljaWatch).

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