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Koach Soldjer - Maxi Single

by Koach Soldjer

The spices of Louisiana injected into rap music gives birth to the sounds of Koach Soldjer
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Dirty South
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2. Donkey Kong (2009)
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3. Side to Side (Instrumental)
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4. Donkey Kong (Instrumental)
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5. Donkey Kong (2008)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Koach Soldjer was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana on August 14,1986. By 1993 he was already writing rap and r&b songs. In 1995, along with neighborhood friend Marcus Moffett AKA "Big Ham", Soldjer started a rap group called "Lil Con Mind Killaz". After meeting Kendrick "Peanut" Volter, the three changed the name of the group to "Pryme Tyme". However, shortly after establishing the group, Peanut was incarserated and is still serving a 45 year sentence. Eventually Ham lost focus and is now also incarserated, serving a 35 year sentence. Koach Soldjer went forward with his brother, Lil' Twist, and three other friends, Big Funz, Sexy Red, and Killa Red. In 1997, Koach Soldjer and Lil' Twist bumped into an old friend of their uncle's, "Big E". Big E was one of the CEO's of Lay 'Em Down Records, a label produced by hit making producer "Phunk Dawg" of House of Phunk, and now Phunk Dawg Exclusive (known now for Hurricane Chris' "A Bay Bay" and "Hand Clap"). They began doing shows with known artists such as Mystikal, Tre-8, and Beelow (a local B.R. rapper/ business man) just to name a few.

When things were no longer working out, Koach Soldjer remembered someone Peanut had introduced him to before Peanut's incarseration, Erik "YT" Fairly. Koach Soldjer, YT, and James "JJ" Lee (longtime friend of YT) started a new group called Military Ridahz, and label, Military Mynded Records. Lil' Twist (Koach Soldjer's brother), Young Chopper AKA Chopper Capone (from Lay 'Em Down Records) and Big Funz (former member of Pryme Tyme) also joined Military Ridahz. As a group they went on to win a talent show and begin travelling, doing concerts and building their brand. They went from venue to venue appearing on tickets with Ruff Ryders, Ashanti, Ludacris, Mystikal, Juvenile, Young Bleed, Skull Duggrey, Kane & Abel, T-Bo da Firecracker, C-loc, Max Minelli, and South Coast Coalition. The Military Ridahz released their first album, "Military Ridahz: Young, Raw & Heated", selling hundreds of copies locally.

The Military Ridahz were asked by South Coast Coalition to join them in their shows with T-Bo. Word of the Ridahz began to spread and they quickly became a success. Because of creative differences between Koach Soldjer and the CEO of Military Mynded Records, Koach Soldjer decided to seperate himself from the group. This is when he had the opportunity to become aquainted with Tiny Lister Jr. (AKA D-Bo), star of "Friday", "The 5th Element", and "The Dark Knight (2008)" among others. D-Bo made a promise that if Koach Soldjer helped him with saving the kids from urban crime areas, then he would help push his music. The promise wasn't fulfilled so Koach Soldjer made another way. In 2007 he went to a friend he had met in 2000, Leon "POOCH" Dunn, CEO of PRO Rated Productions, LLC.

With PRO Rated, he has released an EP featuring former No Limit Records rappers, Skull Duggrey and T-Bo Da Firecracker, two of Baton Rouge's hottest local rappers, Nussie and Pla'Boy and other PRO Rated artists. He's travelled doing concerts, and is now working on some of the biggest projects of his career as an executive producer and a writer. Koach Soldjer reconnected with some of the Military Ridahz, now named "Tha Ridahz Reloaded". He reunited with Phunk Dawg working on his late 2009 release of "Yung, Raw & Heated : Flatline Muzik" along with PRO Rated producers POOCH and Speedy. Koach Soldjer is also gearing up for the re-release of his "Yung, Raw & Heated" EP for spring 2009.

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