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Soulja Boy's 'Speakers Going Hammer' and '30 Thousand 100 Million' Videos

November 24, 2010 (7:10 am) GMT
The official music video for 'Hammer' shows Soulja making a difference to a dull neighborhood while the other music video features him surrounded by money bills.
Soulja Boy's 'Speakers Going Hammer' and '30 Thousand 100 Million' Videos

releases the music video of "Speakers Going Hammer", a single which he has performed during talk shows and BET Hip Hop Awards last month. The rapper is due to release the album "" next Tuesday, November 30.

The music video kicks off with a picturesque view of a perfect suburbia which is shown in black and white. The peacefulness is soon disrupted with the arrival of Soulja's entourage. Arriving in a convertible and surrounded by hot chicks, Soulja brings back the color to the neighborhood.

At the same time, Soulja also releases the music video for "30 Thousand 100 Million" which is taken from the same album. The video is simple in its concept, showing Soulja and collaborator stocking up on dollar bills and throwing it in the air.

Ahead of the album's release, Soulja also has another song leaked. Called "Hey Cutie", the song according to featured guest is "something for the ladies out there." The track can be listened at Rap-Up.com.

Soulja Boy's "Speakers Going Hammer" music video

Soulja Boy's "30 Thousand 100 Million" music video

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