The 28-year-old musician, perhaps best known for his debut single "Crank That," debuted a new song on bitcoin in his latest album, "Young Draco." Simply called "Bitcoin," the track describes how Soulja "earned  million dollars in Bitcoins" after obviously bought $ 6,000.
"Damn it, that's a crazy man of cryptocurrencies," he began, continuing:
"I made 100 bitcoin stands (bit)
You can catch me in capturing with bitcoin (bit)
You can see me performing bitcoin (yes)
I've spent 6000 on bitcoin "
(Urban dictionary defines "100 police" as 100,000 USD.)
Soulja later said she could pay tranche passports, or at least her earnings from her funds ("I'm working on the show [?] I feel ... launching a cryptographic tape"), and before sending me a PayPal transaction and requesting for cash.
It also refers to the ownership of litecoin, although it does not give any specific details about its possession in the poem.
Soulja is the last musician of the crypto-currency. Mims, Snoop Dogg, 3lau and Young Dirty Bastard enter the space through various projects or performances.
Recently, bitcoin even played a role in Eminem's new album "Kamikaze."
Royce Da 5'9', a fellow artist on "Not Alike," notes that "now everybody doing bitcoin" on the track – he wasn't kidding.