While of us are nonetheless debating on whether or not it was Soulja Boy or Tyga who had the largest comeback of 2018, Big Draco is taking full benefit of the second by releasing his music “New Drip” with an accompanying music video.
“New Drip” is one in every of 12 tracks off his newest mixtape Fuego, which was launched on January 10. The solely characteristic on the undertaking is from up-and-coming rapper Lil Mosey.
The music video options Big Soulja using round in a luxurious whip with a woman by his facet and blowing massive smoke.
Even if Soulja Boy didn’t essentially have the largest comeback of 2018, which included the discharge of his SouljaConsole and SouljaWatch merchandise, 2019 may simply be comeback season for him.
On Thursday (January 17), the Stacks On Deck boss hit the Barclay Center stage for Yams Day and had the whole stadium doing his iconic “Crank That” dance, after snapping on the Everyday Struggle hosts earlier that day.
On Thursday night time, Ariana Grande unleashed her highly-anticipated music video “7 rings” and social media instantly started to check the music to Soulja’s 2010 hit “Pretty Boy Swag.”
DeAndre Cortez Way’s influential flex continues and he’s bringing the receipts to remind the world of his impression.
From Beyoncé incorporating his “Turn My Swag On” lyrics on “Hold Up” from her Grammy Award-winning album Lemonade to Drake adopting “What’s Hannenin’” on his 2009 Billboard hit music “Miss Me” to that includes Tyga in his “Donk” music video earlier than T-Raww ever had successful, Soulja Boy Tell Em is exhibiting off his advertising and marketing genius and driving everybody to verify for his outdated hits.
Evidently, the 10-year rap veteran thinks it’s time to remind the trade why they need to always remember who he’s or what he’s completed for the tradition.
Watch Soulja Boy‘s music video “New Drip” up high.