As of 2011, Way has confirmed he is working on his fourth studio album, entitled Respect My Hustle, which will be released in late 2011 or early 2012.
Authorities say hip-hop star Soulja Boy is facing a drug charge after police stopped his rental car in the west Georgia town of Temple on Interstate 20.
Temple Police Chief Tim Shaw tells The Associated Press that police stopped the rented Cadillac Escalade early Tuesday morning because a light wasn't working. He said officers found marijuana inside.
The artist, also known as DeAndre Cortez Way, was booked into the Carroll County Jail on charges of marijuana and firearms possession. He was subsequently released on $10,000 bond.
'I'm really still just thinkin' about it,' he tells Sway on 'RapFix Live.'
Soulja Boy Tell'em got the juice now. After the "Crank That" rapper announced that he would be remaking the 1992 film "Juice" and playing Bishop — the role that turned rapper Tupac Shakur into a movie star — some fans were up in arms. Soulja Boy appeared on MTV's "RapFix Live"
Soulja Boy's got the juice now. At least, according to his latest mixtape, he does. and used it to fuel Juice, his DJ Scream and DJ Swamp Izzo-helmed project. Inspired by Shakur's 1992 film of the same name, Soulja says he's simply feeding the people.
"This mixtape is called Juice. I'm giving the people what they want, giving the people what they need," he told Mixtape Daily.
SB tells 'RapFix Live' he wants The DeAndre Way to show 'Soulja Boy has grown, he's developed, he's matured, and he's going places.'
Soulja Boy Tell'em has gone on record with his goal to be taken more seriously as a lyricist.
On his new album, The DeAndre Way, however, more than just an artist who has an affinity for making the teen set dances. His career and his desire to win one of the music industry's most-coveted awards.
'Pretty Boy Swag' MC returns to 'Rapfix Live' this Thursday. his music has matured, you can ask him yourself this Thursday, when he makes his second appearance on MTV News' "RapFix Live."
Soulja Boy explains why he remains a fixture of DX headlines, and why you - supporter or hater - will continue commenting on the most talked about man in Hip Hop has firmly established himself in the music biz, surviving the sophomore jinx following his second major-label LP, iSouljaboytellem, and its “Turn My Swag On” success.
Forbes’ annual list of Hip Hop’s top 20 earners to sell massive amounts of CDs, downloads, ringtones, concert tickets, during one of the most difficult economic periods in American history.