It’s not new that artists on the innanet, impartial or signed to main file labels, are discovering main success on TikTok. It looks as if throughout the pandemic, consideration on the app has skyrocketed and helped many artists together with Erica Banks, Coi Leray, and Mooski. It looks as if each different day, there are new songs and dance challenges, and for those who’re like me, it’s getting laborious to maintain up with all of them.
Soulja Boy, who many describe because the blueprint rapper to go viral, has been basking in his glory as his newest single ‘She Make It Clap’ has not solely gone primary on TikTok, however on streaming platforms, Apple Music, and Spotify as properly.
Soulja took to Twitter, letting off a collection of tweets talking on the massive accomplishment as he’s an impartial artist. “I actually freestyled ‘She Make It Clap’ on Twitch, then dropped it as an actual tune, and it went viral,” He wrote. “#1 on TikTok, and I received like 5 file offers from it. I’m goated, bro no Kizzy.”
It wouldn’t be Soulja if he didn’t flex a Lil whereas celebrating. He additionally known as out rappers for attempting to hop on the TikTok wave. Soulja tweeted, “And I see these rappers copying my TikTok wave. They assume they slick. Y’all wasn’t doing this final month, lmao. I am going #1, and right here they arrive.” He continued mentioning that the tune’s success was higher than rappers signed to main labels with giant advertising and marketing budgets.
What was most spectacular about Soulja’s optimistic rant was that he opened the door to the at all times related dialog that artists have about staying impartial and signing to a serious label. The bulk agree that staying impartial is the wave as a result of the artist can management their masters and keep away from Anita Baker’s points. She lately requested followers to cease streaming music till her label provides her permission to personal her masters.
Soulja even stepped into The Shade Room, asking followers what he ought to do. Roomies, what are y’alls ideas?
Need updates instantly in your textual content inbox? Hit us up at 917-722-8057 or https://my.group.com/theshaderoom