Lousiana rappers Lil Soulja Slim & Willa Boy has already achieved a lot of success in the underground hip-hop scene. Lil Soulja Slim & Willa Boy writes mainly about their experiences as a product of their environment. So it's no surprise that their lyrics are less about typical hip-hop subjects like women and material possessions and more about social statements and current events. The self-proclaimed "Hood Heros" grew up in the rough streets of Lousiana, which helps to influence their signature sounds. Lil Soulja Slim & Willa Boy's influences can be seen in their latest music video regarding lyricism, cadence, and musicality.
Check out the latest video, "Walk Like Dat," here
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