(KCEN) -- He's not your typical hip hop artist, because when Stephen Hobbs isn't dropping beats, he's serving our county as a specialist in the Army.
Hobbs said, "What sparked it off was the Soldier Boy Did song I made and I made that song in Afghanistan."
While over seas, Hobbs reacted to the song "Let's Be Real" by rapper Soulja Boy. The mainstream artist used foul language disrespecting the government and U.S. troops.
He said, "I just kind of compared like his life compared to a soldiers life and tried to show how it didn't even compare at all. It wasn't even a comparison because he's never been overseas."
There were other soldiers who didn't take well to the Soulja Boy either.
Spc. Richard Jordan said, "I was very offended. You know a lot of people don't realize what we go through over there."
Just days after recording and posting the song to YouTube from Afghanistan, it had over 150,000 hits. Today it has over a million.
Hobbs is just one in a group of military rappers under the label Redcon-One Music Group. They rap about things like their experiences in battle and PTSD, helping themselves and other soldiers through the power of music.
Hobbs' laptop that's been through two deployments with him and it is what he's using now to work on his newest album, "All Family No Friends" that will be released this April.