He had about 4 opening acts. Came out at 10:00 done by 10:30. Doors opened(event started) at 7pm.
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Soulja Boy on Tour
When Soulja Boy Tell ‘Em released his 2007 debut single, “Crank That (Soulja Boy),” the 17-year-old rapper became an instant hit - and something of a viral pioneer. With its booming bass, slick snaps and steelpan loop, the song began blowing up flip phones (remember ringtones?) and its music video inspired millions to learn the Soulja Boy dance. But he’s proven to be far more than a flash-in-the-pan internet sensation. The Grammy-nominated artist still brings that infectious energy to the stage. In his early years, he learned from the best, touring alongside some of the biggest rappers in the biz, including Lil Wayne, Young Jeezy, Rick Ross and Drake. Even after a stint in jail and the transition back to being an independent artist - releasing material on his own record label, Stacks on Deck Entertainment (SODMG) - Soulja Boy continues to bring in the crowds with appearances at major hip-hop events including The Millennium Tour 2021.
About Soulja Boy
Soulja Boy Tell ‘Em has been magnetic from the start, creating one of the 21st century’s biggest rap hits and funnest dance fads at age 17. It’s not easy to eclipse such a massive debut hit at such a young age, but the Chicago-born rapper has gone on to show he has far more snappy moves up his sleeve. Born DeAndre Cortez Way in 1990, the future star bounced from Chicago to Atlanta to Batesville, Mississippi, where he began making music and posting songs online. Within a few months of recording “Crank That” and releasing his first album, the aptly titled Unsigned & Still Major: Da Album Before Da Album, Way signed to Interscope Records and saw his self-produced song fly up to the top of the Billboard Hot 100. His major label debut, 2007’s Souljaboytellem.com, came out just over six months after “Crank That” first hit the web. Soulja Boy was nominated for Best Rap Song, but had plenty to live up to after that rapid rise to the top. He came through with a number of successful singles, including “Kiss Me Thru the Phone,” and “Pretty Boy Swag.” But he’s made just as much a name for himself as a producer, actor, fashion designer, video game console creator and prolific mixtape maker. He’s still a powerful force on social media, too, racking up well over a billion YouTube views.
I loved the fact he held a meet and greet. I loved how he kept coming off the stage to engage with his fans. I’m a huge fan of Soulja Boy so I knew i wasn’t going to miss this concert for nothing hopefully he’ll come back to S.c really soon .
I did really enjoy Soulja Boy's performance, but I was disappointed when the doors opened at 8, and he didn't come out until 10, and he was only on for 30 minutes. It was a small venue which was nice, and I did enjoy the performance.
Doors opened at 8pm, he comes on at 10pm for about 30 minutes. I think if you’re going to make us wait for 2 hours, it should be more than a 30 minute set. Lacks stage presence and seemed lazy. Although he was nice to grab everyone’s phone who handed it to him and take little videos of himself as he performed. During the meet he seemed pretty cool too.
The venue the regent was a good size . I liked how the floor goes down on a slant then goes even at the bottom gives a better view where ever you stand (the regent ) Soulja boy event was also better than I thought
Thank you Draco for showing out in Columbia South Carolina
SODMG, Soulja Boy Tell ‘Em is an amazing exciting performer, 10/10 meet and greet. Pictures and lots of autographs!!!
Soulja Boy put on a show for sure and did his big one for ATL, especially bringing BowWow out! 😍😮💨 Favorite concert of the year
I had an absolutely amazing time at Soulja Boy concert! The seats were great, the VIP Lounge was awesome, and the staff was incredible! Can't wait to see another show at this awesome venue.
Soulja was a very good performer. The concert venue was very cute and my friends and I had a great time.