Souljah
Souljah

Souljah

IDNReggae, Roots Reggae
1,298,388 monthly listeners
  • 272.1K followers
  • 28.3K subscribers
  • 140K followers
  • 8.2K followers
  • 19.5K fans

Souljah's Top Spotify Songs

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Devilish Angel
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Berdansa Sepanjang Malam
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Im Free
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I Love My Self
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Kuingin Kau Mati Saja
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Tak Selalu

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Souljah's YouTube Videos

555.4K
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Souljah - Bersamamu
Youtube
555.4K views
Jan 14, 2008
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Souljah Tak Selalu Live at SMAN 12 Bekasi 2012

Souljah Musik

Souljah   Tak Selalu Live at SMAN 12 Bekasi 2012
Youtube
85.5K views
Apr 01, 2012
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Souljah - Tak Selalu

Souljah Musik

Souljah - Tak Selalu
Youtube
80.4K views
Apr 01, 2012

Souljah's Top Spotify Playlists in the past 3 Months

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Enjoy Namoy
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Indonesia Hits
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indo centil pop song
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Souljah's Chart Ranks

Past 12 Months

Events6 Events

Jul
29-30
Waktu Indonesia Berdansa
Indonesia
IDN
, Jakarta SelatanN/A N/A
Past
Jul
27-30
PICA Fest
Indonesia
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, DenpasarN/A N/A
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Mar
03-12
Now Playing Fest
Indonesia
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, Bandung KotaN/A N/A
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Oct
07-09
Synchronize Festival
Indonesia
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, Jakarta UtaraN/A N/A
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Sep
23
Tulus and Pamungkas at Jakarta International Expo (JIExpo)
Indonesia
IDN
, Jakarta2500 - 5000 Hall
Past

Souljah's Past Events6 Events

  • Waktu Indonesia Berdansa festival

    Rizky Febian, Last Child, Maliq & d'Essentials, Pamungkas, Idgitaf, Payung Teduh, D'MASIV, Raissa Anggiani, Wali, Nidji, Padi, Ardhito Pramono, Marcell Siahaan, The Changcuters, Tony Q Rastafara, Kahitna, Saykoji, Andien, The Panturas, Reza Artamevia, Souljah, Dikta Wicaksono, TuanTigabelas (Tuan 13), Iwa K, Basboi, Barakatak
    IDN, Jakarta Selatan
    Medium
  • PICA Fest festival

    JKT48, NDX A.K.A, Hindia, For revenge, Stand Here Alone, Rebellion Rose, .Feast, Rocket Rockers, Bagus Wirata, VIERRATALE, Efek Rumah Kaca, Souljah, Burgerkill, Feel Koplo, DJ Mahesa, MukaRakat, Billfold, Alone At Last, Navicula, White Swan, Jangar, Scared Of Bums, The Dare, XXX, Painful By Kisses, Rajawali Ingkar Janji, Suicidal Sinatra, Astera, Soulfood, The Djihard, Joni Agung, Ras Muhammad, Nanoe Biroe, LOLOT
    IDN, Denpasar
    Medium
  • Now Playing Fest festival

    Tiara Andini, Rizky Febian, Lyodra, Nadin Amizah, Last Child, Ziva Magnolya, Yura Yunita, Noah, Rossa, Maliq & d'Essentials, Pamungkas, NDX A.K.A, Hindia, Juicy Luicy, Inul Daratista, HYBS, For revenge, Fourtwnty, Melly Goeslaw, HIVI!, Yeni Inka, Ndarboy Genk, Boys Like Girls, Tipe-X, Kangen Band, Sal Priadi, 3 Pemuda Berbahaya, SAMSONS, Secondhand Serenade, Kunto Aji, Dashboard Confessional, The Changcuters, Kahitna, Utopia, The Jansen, Soegi Bornean, Project Pop, VIERRATALE, Mr. Jono Joni, Lomba Sihir, Cokelat, Souljah, Dikta Wicaksono, Jikustik, The Adams, Setia Band, Eva Celia, OKAAY, KLa Project, Feel Koplo, David Bayu, Tiket, Potret, Base Jam, Perunggu, Pongki Barata, Onadio Leonardo, /rif, La Luna, Good Morning Everyone, Wawan Teamlo, Prince Husein, Aldi Taher, Kuburan, Java Jive, Seurieus, Jhony Iskandar, Club Dangdut Racun, The Dance Company, CANDIL, Mantra Vutura, OM PMR, Manusia Aksara, Adnil Faisal, Pemuda Harapan Bangsa, Ifa Fachir, Sky Sucahyo, Nur Satriatama, David Koeswoyo, THE BROWNSU, Orkes Nunung Cs, Sallsa Bintan, Fiersa Besari
    IDN, Bandung Kota
    Big
  • Synchronize Festival festival

    Nadin Amizah, Denny Caknan, Tulus, Last Child, Yura Yunita, Maliq & d'Essentials, Pamungkas, Agnez Mo, Idgitaf, Fourtwnty, Payung Teduh, Isyana Sarasvati, Tipe-X, Superman Is Dead, Sal Priadi, Danilla, Ardhito Pramono, Radja, Tony Q Rastafara, Kahitna, The Jansen, RAN, GANGGA, The Rain, .Feast, Nasida Ria, Andien, Soegi Bornean, Project Pop, The Panturas, Efek Rumah Kaca, Lomba Sihir, Petra Sihombing, Cokelat, SHAGGY DOG, Bilal Indrajaya, Souljah, Burgerkill, Jason Ranti, Pusakata, DJ TESSA MORENA, Mocca, The Adams, Voice of Baceprot, Erwin Gutawa, Sore, Feel Koplo, Agatha Pricilla, David Bayu, Endah N Rhesa, Grrrl Gang, Potret, Seringai, Perunggu, Dipha Barus, DeadSquad, Oslo Ibrahim, Yuke Sampurna, Sisitipsi, Teza Sumendra, White Shoes & The Couples Company, SIVIA, Rub of Rub, NTRL, Navicula, Java Jive, NonaRia, Ali, Ahmad Band, Silampukau, The Upstairs, Goodnight Electric, Basboi, The Groove, The Brandals, Anda Perdana, Jhony Iskandar, Morad, Tabraklari, Gugun Blues Shelter, Rayhan Noor, Endah Laras, Frau, 3 DIVA, Sajama Cut, Swellow, Sir Dandy, The Dare, BAP., Down for Life, Polyester Embassy, Gabber Modus Operandi, Senyawa, Bleach, Batavia Madrigal Singers, BongaBonga, Themilo, Manjakani, ENVY*, Avhath, The Rang-Rangs, Rieka Roslan, Krowbar, Kenny Gabriel, Sentimental Moods, LAIR, Prontaxan, Lorjhu’, Saturday Night Karaoke, The Couch Club, The Sastro, Faye Risakotta, Rollfast, Dirty Ass, RL KLAV, Batavia Collective, Barakatak, Muram, Soulfood, Gondrong Gunarto, Asylum Uniform, Orkes Nunung Cs, MUNHAJAT, Daniel Dyonisius, Alam, Jimi Jazz, Herman Barus, Armada Racun
    IDN, Jakarta Utara
    Big
  • Tulus and Pamungkas at Jakarta International Expo (JIExpo)

    Tulus, Pamungkas, Tipe-X, Sal Priadi, Reality Club, Rocket Rockers, Pee Wee Gaskins, VIERRATALE, The Panturas, Teddy Adhitya, Souljah, The Adams, The SIGIT, Seringai, Skastra, RE:UNION, Teenage Death Star, Trio Ambisi, Pemuda Sinarmas, Prontaxan, Primitive Chimpanzee, Soulfood, Rani Jambak, Valla
    Jakarta International Expo (JIExpo)
    IDN, Jakarta
    Hall2.5K - 5K

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Souljah's Beatport Songs

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Make Sure feat. Psycho Kid (Original Mix)
Released on Aug 09, 2012

Make Sure feat. Psycho Kid (Original Mix)

Souljah

More about Souljah

Overview of Roots Reggae musician Souljah

Reggae performer Souljah is from Jakarta, Indonesia. He is renowned for fusing the roots and reggae sub-genres in a distinctive way. The Jamaican music culture has had a significant impact on Souljah's music, and he frequently incorporates elements of ska and dub into his tunes. Heavy basslines and an exuberant speed that are likely to get any reggae fan moving characterize his music.

Souljah's music reflects his love for the genre and his desire to spread it throughout the world. His songs have a contagious sense of enthusiasm and optimism because of how passionate and emotive they are. He frequently addresses themes of love, unity, and social justice in his lyrics, which are also reflective and introspective. Souljah's music is proof of the ability of reggae music to unite people and bring about good change in the world.

What are the most popular songs for Roots Reggae musician Souljah?

With their heartfelt compositions, Souljah, a reggae/roots reggae music group from Jakarta, Indonesia, has won the hearts of many. "Kuingin Kau Mati Saja," "Bilang I Love You," "Tak Selalu," "Bersamamu," "I'm Free," "Sorry," "Move On," "Hanya Ingin Pulang," "Sudah Sudahlah," and "Jatah Mantan" are some of their best songs.

"Kuingin Kau Mati Saja," one of their well-known songs, is a stirring song about heartbreak and treachery. The soulful voice of the main singer and the energetic reggae rhythm combine to provide for an exceptional and unforgettable listening experience. "Tak Selalu," another well-liked tune, demonstrates the band's ability to write both fast-paced and slow-paced music. The song is a fan favorite due to its sing-along chorus and catchy pace.

In addition to being enjoyable, Souljah's music also has an uplifting message. Themes of love, social justice, and freedom are frequently mentioned in their lyrics. They are now a mainstay of the Indonesian music scene, and their music is popular abroad as well. Souljah is still a well-liked reggae/roots reggae music group all over the world thanks to their soulful tunes and uplifting lyrics.

What are the latest songs and music albums for Roots Reggae musician Souljah?

With their most recent albums, Souljah, a well-known reggae and roots reggae musician from Jakarta, Indonesia, has been creating waves in the music business. Their most recent album, "Breaking the Roots" (2014), displays their distinct aesthetic and musical skill. Songs like "Bersamamu," "Santai," and "Bilang I Love You," which are included on the CD, are examples of the band's proficiency at fusing conventional reggae sounds with modern beats.

In addition to the album, Souljah has recently put out a number of successful singles. The Indonesian music scene has been buzzing with the release of their most recent hit, "Gelegak Darah Muda" (2022). The song has an upbeat melody and strong lyrics that discuss youth concerns in contemporary society. The singles "Badut Cinta" (2022), "Cinta Gila" (2022), and "Tak Selalu (Remix)" (2022) are also noteworthy.

Both music lovers and reviewers have praised Souljah, and new listeners from all over the world are drawn to their distinctive sound. With their most recent recordings, Souljah has established themselves as a major player in the reggae music scene. In the years to come, fans can expect this remarkable band to release even more fantastic music.

Which are the most important music performances and festival appearances for Roots Reggae musician Souljah?

Roots reggae performer Souljah, who is from Jakarta, Indonesia, has appeared at a number of locations and events over the course of his career. Pestapora, Synchronize Festival, Now Playing Fest, and Waktu Indonesia Berdansa are just a few of the prominent festivals that Souljah has performed. One of Indonesia's premier venues, Jakarta International Expo (JIExpo), has hosted Souljah performances.

At the Synchronize Festival in 2014, Souljah gave one of his most famous festival performances, sharing the stage with worldwide performers including Disclosure, Crystal Castles, and The Kooks. The festival was a big success, and the audience enjoyed Souljah's performance. He also gave a noteworthy performance at the 2016 Waktu Indonesia Berdansa, where he sang his top hits like "Tak Selalu" and "Bilang I Love You."

Souljah has played throughout Indonesia at a variety of other events and venues in addition to these festivals. Particularly noteworthy were his performances at the Jakarta International Expo (JIExpo). He appeared there in 2018 as a part of a charity concert to support Lombok disaster victims. Souljah's performance during the concert received a lot of appreciation for her vigor and passion.

Overall, Souljah has had a big impact on Indonesia's Roots Reggae music industry, and his performances are a tribute to his skill and love for the music. Unquestionably, he has made a significant contribution to Indonesian music, and his performances never cease to serve as an example for upcoming artists and fans.

Which are the most important collaborations with other musicians for Roots Reggae musician Souljah?

The Jakarta, Indonesia-born reggae and roots reggae performer Souljah has worked with a variety of musicians over the course of his career. He is most known for his work with Neida on the song "Bebas Bebas Aja." With Souljah's distinctive vocals and Neida's lovely voice, the song has a distinctive reggae and pop music fusion. The song is proof of the value of teamwork because Neida's addition gives it a fresh perspective and makes it a fan favorite.

For the song "Lelaki Itu," Sundari Soekotjo and I also worked together on a noteworthy project. Sundari Soekotjo's traditional Javanese melodies and Souljah's reggae beats come together well in this song. The song beautifully blends two disparate musical genres and cultural idioms, demonstrating the ability of music to unite people.

In addition to these projects, Souljah has also teamed up with Whisnu Santika and TuanTigabelas (Tuan 13) for "Keep On Moving" and "GLORIA EXISTENSIVS," respectively. The song that jumps out the most, though, is "Gelegak Darah Muda," which Souljah and Daun Jatuh collaborated on. This song is a fan favorite because of its stirring lyrics and enticing beats. The partnership between Souljah and Daun Jatuh is proof of the value of collaboration and originality in music.

Overall, Souljah's associations with many musicians have produced some stunning music that exemplifies the ability of music to unite people. These partnerships demonstrate how music can bring individuals from all backgrounds and cultures together since it is a common language.

What do people also ask about Roots Reggae musician Souljah?


How old is sister Souljah?

59 years (January 28, 1964)


What order should I read Sister Souljah books?

Sister Souljah's Books should be read in order.


Was Sister Souljah on a different world?

In the television episode "Honeymoon in L.A.: Part 1" of the series "A Different World," Sister Souljah portrayed the role of Ianta.


What was Sister Souljah first book?

The Coldest Winter Ever, Sister Souljah's debut book, is regarded as the canonical work of literature for the hip-hop age and is a nationwide bestseller. She has also written a book with the working title No Disrespect.


What did Sister Souljah say?

Souljah agreed, "It was sage. Why not kill some white people for a week if black people are killing black people every day?Black people were dying every day in Los Angeles due to gang violence, and white people, this government, and that mayor were well aware of this.


When was Sister Souljah born?

Sister Souljah was born in 1964 in Bronx, New York, USA.


Did Sister Souljah write life after death?

The sequel to Sister Souljah's 1999 best-seller "The Coldest Winter Ever," "Life After Death," took 22 years to compose.


What happened at the end of life after death by Sister Souljah?

By the end of "Life After Death" by Sister Souljah, Winter is serving a 15-year prison sentence.


What is The Coldest Winter Ever by Sister Souljah about?

Winter Santiaga, a drug dealer's daughter, enjoys a life of luxury and power, but she eventually encounters ruin as her family's circumstances collapse. The Coldest Winter Ever by Sister Souljah has this as its main premise.


What is No Disrespect by Sister Souljah about?

No Disrespect explores the significant figures in Sister Souljah's life in each chapter and reveals contentious facts about the condition of Black America, such as the dissolution of families and continuous struggles.


What are some fun facts about Sister Souljah?

Sister Souljah organized as a community activist to stop racial crimes, police brutality, and urban adolescent miseducation. She also organized and promoted a number of outdoor gatherings and concerts in Harlem, New York, attracting each time up to 30,000 young people and featured prominent Hip-Hop and R&B figures.


Who wrote Sister Souljah?

Sister Souljah was written by Sister Souljah herself, whose real name is Lisa Williamson.


When did Sister Souljah Life After Death come out?

March 2, 2021.


Why was Sister Souljah important?

After graduating, Sister Souljah founded a national youth and student movement that won her the love and adoration of her African American community. She is credited with helping homeless families, founding weekend academies, sleep-away summer camps, and after-school academic, cultural, and recreational programs.


How did Sister Souljah get her name?

Assisted Public Enemy Williamson began using her stage name, a mix of "soul" and the word for God in both Hebrew and Rastafarianism, after she made an appearance on a Public Enemy album in 1991.


What is Sister Souljah first book?

The Coldest Winter Ever, Sister Souljah's debut book, is a nationwide success and regarded as the key literary work of the hip-hop generation. She is a successful political activist and mentor to young people from lower socioeconomic classes. She is also the author of the memoir No Disrespect.