Album: Souljaboytellem.com (2007)
Charted: 49 48
  • This gripe about fame features American rapper Arab, a frequent collaborator of Soulja Boy. He also appeared on the music video for "Crank That (Soulja Boy)."
  • Soulja Boy explained the song's title to Digital Spy: "I actually recorded it before I signed my record deal. Me and my homeboys used to run around school screaming, 'Yahhh! Yahhh! Yahhh!' and I thought it would make a great tune. It was hilarious recording it."
    The teenage rapper then explained what 'Yahhh' means: "It's basically me telling the world to leave me alone. If you see me and say, 'Yo Soulja Boy!', I'll be like 'Move! Yahhh!' It's me telling people off but being comedic at the same time."
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Comments: 7

  • Matt from Houston, Txhey he's makin' a living. I hate rap and damn it to hell but it puts food on his table
  • Kane from Wytheville, Vapeter griffin from quahog love the name!!!!!!!
    besides that 4get u haterz
    soulja boy is doin what he's doin y'all just mad cuz he gets money and y'all broke
  • Kateri from Albany, Nysouljab oy is soo annoying.... basically rap today has no meaning
  • Nady from Adelaide, Australiathis is a song???jesus christ we are all doomed. doomed i tells ya
  • David from Lewis, Kspeople wonder y americans aren't respected as much anymore. it's cause we let idiots like this guy release music....AND PAY HIM ON TOP OF THAT!
  • Peter from Carmel, InIt's so great that fame hasn't gotten to his head. I hope he isn't really like that to his fans.
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