American rapper best known for writing the #1 hit song, "Slow Motion," becoming only the sixth artist to posthumously chart a number-one song.
He was raised in the Magnolia Projects in New Orleans and dropped out of Booker T. Washington High School during his sophomore year.
His first album as Soulja Slim was "Give It 2 'Em Raw" from 1998.
He was killed after celebrating Thanksgiving with his mother in New Orleans. His son became a rapper under the name Lil Soulja Slim.
He co-wrote "Slow Motion" with Juvenile.