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The Soulja Boy phenomenon coincides with a period in my life I'd rather
not talk about, but for the sake of this review I will try and go into
detail and explain why it wasn't the brightest time in my life. Before
I get into the actual documentary, I'd like to say there was a period
of time in my life where I was the biggest rap fan on the planet. I
absolutely loved it. I became obsessed with the genre, and a very
cocky, narcissistic person. Traits in a person that I grew to despise.
It was 2007, Soulja Boy's infamous "Crank That (Soulja Boy)" was
sweeping the airwaves and etching itself into one of the most popular
dance songs of all time. That is when I jumped on board. I loved it. I
loved Soulja Boy, his music, his dance, everything. I became so
obsessed I started talking like him and trying to make myself into him.
Who or whom do I blame? Middle school. It's that awkward period of time
where looks begin to matter, clothes matter, your social status becomes
more visible, and people are scrambling to try and find out where they
belong. When I hear or even think of the years 2007 or 2008 I cringe at
how self-centered, arrogant, and immature I was. Around 2009 I calmed
down, and by 2011, I was a whole new person. A person who was
accepting, knowledgeable, and less self-centered and began to occupy a
more modest sense. Faithful readers are more than aware of how I view
Soulja Boy was one of the first very mainstream artists I took a liking
to. I found him to be incredible and unique. His music packs an
energetic, infectious feeling you can't ignore. The simple beats, the
addicting lyrics, and the fun, party vibe the songs bring just real you
in so you can't help but dance or sing along. Soulja Boy: The Movie
chronicles the rapper's life from humble beginnings to a full blown
success story that seems almost too unreal to be real.
But it is. Soulja (born: DeAndre Way) assures us. He began making
videos on Youtube at age fifteen after moving to his father's home in
Mississippi. It was only a matter of time before his self made
instrumentals and songs took off and he was signed to a major label. In
2007, Way signed a record deal with Mr. Collipark at Interscope Records
and was on his way to fame. After the unprecedented success of his
first single "Crank That (Soulja Boy)," his debut album off of a major
record label, souljaboytellem.com, was released and later went
What was next? More, more, more. More music, more dances, and
inevitably more drama. Soulja became a dance icon. Youtube was flooded
with videos of people "cranking that," and dancing to other famous
anthems such as "Yahhh!," about when you want people to "get out yo
face" and "Soulja Girl," about Soulja Boy looking for his significant
I won't go into every detail bit by bit, because the documentary is
extensive and very intricate in details. It talks about the drama Way
faced on his path to success such as when he was robbed by former band
members and his feud with West Coast rapper Ice-T. The documentary
quickly becomes a fun excursion if you can look past Way's extremely
large ego. Whenever he gets the chance, he brags about money, luxuries,
etc. I imagine this will wear off when he is older.
A former member of Soulja Boy's gang speaks out in one segment as well.
His name is Tyrell "Q" Damato, and he was immediately released from the
Stacks on Deck Money Gang (S.O.D.M.G.) label after stealing $45,000
from Soulja Boy. Damato states in the documentary that he still has yet
to have a heart to heart conversation with the man himself, but he
still respects him and what he does. He is, however, worried about the
safety of Soulja since he has made a living off of the internet,
showcasing his large sums of money and expensive luxuries. Q worries he
is almost asking to be killed in this world where money is becoming
harder and harder to obtain.
The documentary was directed by Peter Spirer, who also handled the Beef
documentaries and some miscellaneous works of The Notorious B.I.G. and
Tupac Shakur. His work on Soulja Boy: The Movie is efficient and easy
to recommend for someone looking at a very detailed life story of the
rapper himself. I'm usually hard on concert films, as well as
documentaries because I feel if I'm brought into a subject I should be
able to know everything about it and if one is made, it should have a
clear, valid reason of existing. Not only does the film tell us a lot,
it gives us more than a "rags to riches" story on the rapper himself,
but it gives us something no one has ever seen before; a digital coming
of age story. We watched Soulja go from humble beginnings in his
Mississippi home to exploding on the mainstream scene boasting a new
dance and a clothing line. Soulja Boy: The Movie wasn't like Justin
Bieber: Never Say Never, a film made solely for profit and gimmick - it
was made to show a story that was never previously told.
Starring: DeAndre "Soulja Boy" Way, Abrahim "Arab" Mustafa," and J-Bar.
Directed by: Peter Spirer.
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