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The Streets of Cashville Present Soulja: Too G for T.V.

Cashville, TN has a new player in their rap game. He goes by the name of Soulja. The twenty-one year old has been rapping since he was 13, but now he is taking his hobby and making it his life. Soulja is a Nashville native, with street fame for a voice that brings life to his words.

Although Soulja is unsigned, he is putting major effort into his craft, developing a product that will hit the streets hard. He is working with some of the best in Nashville. Soulja is currently working on Gangsta Alliance vol.2, a mixtape with other artists in the Nashville area. Soulja has production done by Kel Hel, who he has known since high school. In addition, he has worked with Couzar who has produced records for Nappy Roots, David Banner, and Paul Wall. In addition, you will find some tracks done by Smoove Jizzel, who is the producer of Sqad Up and Young Buck's T.I.P. album.

Soulja is showing the streets that he is for real about his music. On his latest record, Too G for T.V., you will see gangsta music as well as music you can ride to. More artists need to be more aware of the music they are putting out on the streets. Being more versatile will allow you to gain a larger fan base. That is what Soulja has done on this project. He gives you a taste of his street sense, as well as a little extra for the ladies.



The streets of Cashville have a number of artists that are putting quality music out. Some still are slow to realize their music will only go as far as they permit. That means more artists need to make music that everyone can enjoy, and not something just for themselves. Making music for yourself will not put money in your pocket, but there should be some sort of balance. You have to stay true to yourself, and that is what Soulja has done with his new release. Too G for T.V. is a album the streets will take pleasure in.

-- Rodrice

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