News: Soulja Boy Tell Em Gets More Ink, "Teenage Millionaire" Book Underway

Monday, Jan 25, 2010 10:20AM

Written by Biz Jones

Rapper Soulja Boy Tell Em is reportedly in the process of releasing a book called Teenage Millionaire (DeAndre Way).

While details are still coming in, reports suggest that the 19 year-old rapper will release it next summer.

HipHopRX.com has learned that Soulja Boy, who we all know as Soulja Boy Tell Em the rapper, will soon be known as Soulja Boy Tell Em the rapper/author as the self-made teen millionaire will soon be releasing his first book. Soulja Boy, born DeAndre Cortez Way on July 28, 1990, has written his first book -- Teenage Millionaire -- on being a teen millionaire. The book "Teenage Millionaire (DeAndre Way)" is set to be released none other than on Soulja Boy's birthday, July 28, 2010. (Hip Hop RX)

The rapper recently released a self-made video recording speaking on his upcoming album, The DeAndre Way.

"[I'm] in the studio, recording my new album, I should be finished with it in like two weeks," Soulja Boy said in a video recording. "My first single should be hitting the radio. Make sure y'all request that 'Pronto,' me and Snoop [Dogg], request that 'Bingo' [with] me and Gucci [Mane]...and my first single is coming in two weeks. So be on the look out for that...It's 2010, I got signed in 2007, so it's three years now, officially, my third album finna drop. Everybody who ever bought any of my music, everybody that ever bought any of my albums, appreciate it. And we about to get ready to do it again. And I'm also headlining my own tour this year, 2010." (Soulja Boy Video)

Soulja Boy recently explained his studio process working alongside Kanye West.

"Him showing me a lot of stuff I didn't know [and] me showing him a lot of stuff he didn't know," Soulja Boy described about their in-studio relationship. "He had an ear for my sound. Of course I had an ear for all the stuff he did. Genius! ... It was three different samples that we was working on. On one of them, he was like, 'I want this to go here, I want you to do this.' I like when an artist pushes me how he was pushing me. He doesn't go easy on me..." (MTV)

He previously discussed his aim to recruit high profile artists like Eminem and Jay-Z for The DeAndre Way.

"Maybe after I put [Lil] Wayne on this album and we make something historical, me and Kanye work together and make something historical, and me and Drake spit something hot as h*ll together, I think that's what's going to determine the future -- I think I have a better chance of getting Eminem on my album than Jay-Z. I don't know nothin' about Jay-Z, but I'm affiliated with Eminem 'cause we on the same label and I know a lot of people that know him." (Rap-Up)

Check out a recent Soulja Boy Tell Em video down below:

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