In a dimly-lit Atlanta studio, there was a meeting between two artists with three things in common. Both customize their crafts of choice, using quick-tongued singing and rapid-ready rapping. Both earned their stripes by grinding for the gold on a yearly basis. Both have hard names to pronounce. Together, Ghana-born Selasi and ATL’s own CyHi Da Prynce ride alongside one another over “Soulja,” a complementary and kaleidoscopic biopic that looks into the lives of two underground vets via a simplistic but banging beat fit for Aaliyah in ’99.
The result is like whoa.[audio:http://www.snapdrive.net/files/630962/Soulja%20Selasi%20feat%20CyHi%20Da%20Prynce%20-%20Soulja.mp3%5D
Download — Selasi Feat. CyHi Da Prynce – “Soulja”