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On October 13 Way performed "Pretty Boy Swag" and a snippet of his third single "Speakers Going Hammer".
On October 19, 2010, Way released "Speakers Going Hammer" on i Tunes with the single peaking at number 48 on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip Hop Songs.
And he was like, why don't I just be lyrical all the time?
And I was telling him on [a] specific song, like 'Pretty Boy Swag,' I ain't wanna be all lyrical.
In 2012, Way released additional mixtapes while his album continued to be delayed. On June 3, 2012, Way talked about his upcoming album Promise and stated that he has released so many mixtapes in the last two years because he feels he has to put out a lot of music and be as creative as possible.
On January 9, Way released a mixtape for the beginning of the year, titled 50/13, with the cover based on that of ASAP Rocky's mixtape Live. In March, it was rumored that Way was signing to Cash Money Records after getting a face tattoo saying "Rich Gang" the same weekend he was seen with his manager and Cash Money artists Birdman and Bow Wow.
Power up with the new offering." On April 20, Way released his mixtape Juice with cover art based on the film of the same name.
On July 30, through his independent label Stacks on Deck Entertainment, Way released his fourth digital album, King Soulja 4, featuring appearances from Migos, Reese Money Bagz, Dae Dot and Sean Kingston.
However, his next two albums, i Soulja Boy Tellem (2008) and The De Andre Way (2010) did not match the commercial success of his debut, despite the success of several singles across both albums, such as "Kiss Me Thru the Phone", "Turn My Swag On" and "Pretty Boy Swag". In March 2007, he recorded "Crank That" and released his first independent album Unsigned & Still Major: Da Album Before da Album, followed by a low-budget video demonstrating the "Crank That" dance.
By the end of May 2007, "Crank That (Soulja Boy)" had received its first airplay and Way met with Mr. For the 50th Grammy Awards, Way was nominated for Best Rap Song with "Crank That (Soulja Boy)", but lost to Kanye West and T-Pain's "Good Life".
It was announced on February 18, 2010, that the first single from the album was going to be "All Black Everything" but the single was cancelled and the track was put on another promotional mixtape, Legendary.
The album title was reverted to The De Andre Way in July 2010.
De Andre Cortez Way (born July 28, 1990), known professionally as Soulja Boy Tell 'Em, or simply Soulja Boy, is an American rapper, record producer, actor and entrepreneur. The single was initially self-published to the internet, and later became a number-one hit in the United States for seven non-consecutive weeks starting in September 2007.