Soulja Boy spoke to HHDX about his new Revolt show, but during the interview, he had some advice for rappers.
"I got favorite new rappers, but they be getting locked up," he said. "Free the young talent, man. We got to keep our new talent out the streets. Every time I find a new rapper, they getting locked up. So free the young rappers, man. I know it's hard in the streets, but you can't be in the streets and be a rapper at the same time. You got to separate it."
"To everybody that's out there listening, man, if you want to be a rapper and take it seriously, you can't have one foot in and one foot out, man. You got to have both feet in, man. You know what I'm saying? A lot of people want to be in the streets and rap at the same time, which is what the people want because it's our life story.
"But once you get that chance where you can see that your platform is elevated from the streets now, when you got millions of eyes on you and you got millions of dollars in revenue, you got to switch it up."
Soulja says artists want to be in the streets, but they have to make a decision whether to do music or stay in the streets.
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