Lil Soulja Slim drops new album on ‘Lil Soulja’

Lil Souljabo Slim drops his new album “Lil” on Thursday, July 25th, with the album containing the same name.

Slim also says he’s done with a new album for the foreseeable future.

Slim’s new album features the same production team as last year’s album “Amin”, which was also released on July 5th.

The song “Lill” features guest appearances from rapper M.I.A., rapper Lil Kim, actor Will Smith, and rapper Tyga.

Slim says he “wouldnt want to be part of this project if it wasn’t for the people that helped make it happen.

Lil Soul, the best”Lil, you made a statement on the music world.

Now I wanna do the same thing with the music industry.

If you are listening to the music right now, this is the music you have to hear.

This is the most amazing music I’ve ever heard.

I know I’m the only one that could hear the music, and I wanna be like, ‘Oh, that was a great song.

I heard that song.’

I think Lil Soul is gonna be one of the biggest superstars in the history of music, so that’s why I put this album out.

I put out this album because I want to make sure I get that message across.

I don’t want to have the same music for everybody, so I want this album to be a message for everybody.

“The new album is the first album from Slim since 2015’s “The New Adventures of Lil Yachty”, which featured the rapper on lead vocals.

The rapper released his first full-length solo album in 2015, titled “Lemme See You”, which included appearances by Snoop Dogg, Eminem, and other artists.

The new album, however, was released before “Llama” was released in 2017.

In a tweet posted to his Instagram, Slim said he “had to put a stop to it for a little while” because he “didn’t want this project to be an afterthought.”

He added that he was also “looking forward to working with Will Smith and Tyga”.

The new release is the latest effort from Slim, who is one of three rappers who has released a solo album for a total of nine albums in the last 12 months.

The other two rappers are Kanye West and Kendrick Lamar, who has a seven-year streak of releasing his own albums on the same year.