Soulja Boy’s decision to stop Collaborating with producers: Here’s What Went Down.
If you were eagerly awaiting Soulja Boy’s latest album, “Soulja Season,” then you might be disappointed to learn that it has been removed from streaming platforms due to copyright complications.
Naturally, the 33-year-old artist is not taking this lightly. In fact, he’s so frustrated that he’s contemplating a significant change in his approach to music production – he’s considering no longer collaborating with producers altogether.
In a post that has since been deleted, Soulja Boy expressed his frustration, stating,
“My album Soulja Season was taken off DSPs because of a copyright claim from a producer I purchased the beat from 100%” he wrote in a now-deleted tweet. “This is the third time this happened. First Biggest Opp then BigDraco. This may be my last time working with producers. They messing it for all producers!”
Interestingly, Soulja Boy has the skills to handle his own production, so he’s potentially looking to take matters into his own hands moving forward.