Soulja Boy Tell'em is one smart kid. The rapper/producer was asked by Kanye West to supply beats, and while SB had 'Ye's attention, he decided to slip him a couple of his own tracks to see if the "Power" rapper would comment on his improved skills.
"Recently, this single that I got on my album that ain't out yet, I had recorded it and I had sent it to Kanye," Soujla Boy told Sway during [article id="1645976"]"RapFix Live"[/article] on Thursday (August 19). " 'Cause he asked me to send him some beats, and I just wanted to see what he thought abut it. So I sent him two songs. One of them was like on an R&B vibe; I was still spitting, though, but I was singing on the hook. And then one of them was just straight rapping. I sent them to him, and he typed back on e-mail, 'Those were some dope-ass bars. I like your verse on it.' That made me feel good."
The "Pretty Boy Swag" star has been on a mission to [article id="1626978"]up his lyricism[/article] on his next project, The DeAndre Way, after being criticized for simple rhymes on his first two albums, both of which were huge commercial successes. Earlier this year, [article id="1632886"]SB told MTV News[/article] that West was a fan of his work. He also told Sway on Thursday that, in addition to Yeezy, Gucci Mane has become a supporter of the Twitter king's abilities.
"I been in the studio with Gucci, we did a song — me, him and Pharrell — and I spit a verse, and he told me I killed it," Soulja said. "Any time I get a compliment from somebody, that makes me want to step up my game and get better with my music."
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