Crank Dat Souljaboy by Souljaboy – Rap Critic


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  1. MidnightScreeningsman2014

    I’m pretty sure superman that hoebl means fly under her legs and swoop or is this a sexual reference not I’m not getting at. Still first comment is sweet.

  2. The first time I heard this song was in that Family Guy mash-up video, and it was funny as all hell. Now I can’t stop making that analogy, thinking about Stewie dancing naked and Kool-Aid busting through the wall. It’s sad because that video is almost unwatchable now.

  3. Even though this song sucks… I must admit that I have a soft spot for it. LOL. I remember that I was in middle school (AKA one of the happiest times of my life). Plus, it’s the only dance craze (besides Gungham Style) that I’ve ever been good at/a part of/wanted to do. I always thought it was just about a dance, especially since the middle school would always play the clean version. I never heard the dirty version until years and years later.

  4. The funniest thing I heard about this song was when one of my friends was on a car trip around the time this song came out. His family had tuned to a radio station that played it – and it was so appalling that, at meals, they’d constantly reference and laugh at “the bad rap song with the steel drums.”

  5. 4:30 – Does this make sense to you?
    So he’s essentially announcing ‘here I am’. Repeatedly, in the middle of his song, sung by him, to an audience of which he already has their attention and they are aware of his presence as the person singing.

    By the way, I wrote something here. You should read it. Like you were doing to get this part. Please pay attention to me.

    What I get out of the explanation is he’s doing what I just did. It does not make sense to me.

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