|Date of Birth:||Dec 3, 1994 (27 years old)
|Place of Birth:||Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.
|Gender:||Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.
The American rapper is known as Lil Baby’s net worth of $5 million at present. His first studio album, “Harder than Ever,” was released in 2018 and was certified platinum. It also debuted at position three on the “Billboard” 200 lists. His subsequent album, titled “My Turn,” was released in 2020 and was even more popular than his debut. It topped the “Billboard” 200 and Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums charts and was certified three times platinum. Lil Baby has self-released music. In the year 2020, he directed the music video for his single “On Me,” as well as the music videos for Ryle Rodriguez’s singles “Hear this” and “Walk.”
In the Beginning
Dominique Armani Jones was born on December 3, 1994, in Atlanta, Georgia, better known as Lil Baby. His mother brought him up alone after his father abandoned the family when Lil Baby was just 2 years old. He had two sisters while growing up, leaving Booker T. Washington High School in the middle of his first year.
As a result of an altercation, another inmate racial comments while participating in this program; Lil Baby was required to complete the entire term of his original sentence of two years. In 2013, he was accused of possessing marijuana, and in 2014, he was charged with possessing marijuana with the intent to sell it.
“Too hard” certified gold, reaching its highest position on the “Billboard” 200 charts at #80 and #33 on the chart of Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. The single “Freestyle,” featured on the mixtape, was awarded a certification of 2 Platinum; the music video for “Freestyle” has had more than 400 million views on YouTube.
Another track from “Too Hard,” “All of a Sudden” (which featured Moneybagg Yo), certified platinum and peaked at number 20 on the list that tracks Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay.
The studio album “Harder Than Ever” was released by Lil Baby on May 18, 2018, and it includes the singles “Southside” (which was certified gold) and “Yes Indeed,” which was certified six times platinum. After that, in October and November, respectively, he dropped the mixtapes “Drip Harder” (co-hosted by Gunna) and “Street Gossip.” Both “Drip Harder” and “Street Gossip” hit the top 10 on the “Billboard” 200 charts, while “Drip Harder’s” singles, “Drip Too Hard” (featuring Gunna), and “Close Friends,” achieved 9x Platinum and 4x Platinum, respectively. Lil Baby’s net worth is $5 million. His 2018 album “Harder than Ever” is platinum.
Certification of Drip Harder
“Drip Harder” was certified platinum, and “Street Gossip” was certified gold. In September of 2018, Lil Baby made an appearance on Adult Swim’s “FishCenter Live,” In December of that same year; he was a featured artist on Yung Gravy’s single “Alley Oop.”
Lil Baby performed on “Wild ‘N Out” and appeared in the MTV film “How High 2,” both of which he starred in as himself.
In addition, he released the singles “Phone Down” (which he collaborated on with Stefflon Don), “Out the Mud” (which he did with Future), “Baby” (which he did with Quality Control and DaBaby), “Toast Up” (which featured Ali Tomineek and Shad on the Beat), and “Woah,” which was certified three times platinum. The title track, “Sum 2 Prove,” “Emotionally Scarred,” and “The Bigger Picture” all certified platinum and featured on his second studio album, “My Turn,” which was released on February 28, 2020.
The album contributed twelve tracks that ended up charting on the “Billboard” Hot 100 chart. Following the demonstrations against George Floyd in June 2020, Lil Baby issued the protest song “The Bigger Picture” to respond to the unrest. He gave the money made from the music to organizations and the lawyer representing Breonna Taylor.
This song was responsible for Lil Baby receiving two Grammy nominations and reaching the third spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. In addition, he sang it live during his performance at the Grammy Awards in 2021. The song “Wants and Needs,” which Drake released in March 2021 and reached number two on the “Billboard” Hot 100 list, featured him as a guest artist. It was in June of 2021 when he and Lil Durk released their joint album, “The Voice of the Heroes,” which became the most successful record on the “Billboard” 200 charts.
On February 18, 2019, Lil Baby and model and entrepreneur Jayda Cheaves became parents to a kid named Loyal. In 2016, the couple started dating, and Cheaves appeared in the music video for his song “Close Friends.” Lil Baby is also the father of Jason, whom he had with Ayesha. On the first anniversary of George Floyd’s murder, which occurred in May 2021, the rapper was present in the White House along with George Floyd’s family. After spending the night in police custody, he was freed and given the summons to pay a fee the following morning.
Awards and Candidate Consideration
- Lil Baby is up for three Grammys this year:
- Best Rap/Sung Performance for “Drip Too Hard” (2020)
- Best Rap Performance and Best Rap Song for “The Bigger Picture
- Best Rap Performance for “The Bigger Picture” (2021).
In 2020, he had nominated for MTV Video Music Awards for Song of Summer (“We Paid”) and Video for Good. He had awarded the BET Award for Best New Artist in 2019. In 2021, he had awarded Best Male Hip Hop Artist. In 2020, Lil Baby had presented with a BET Hip Hop Award for Impact Track for his work on “The Bigger Picture.”
As his mixtape gained popularity, Lil Baby released “My Dawg” and “Pink Slip” in 2017. Also published were Harder than Hard, 2 the Hard Way (with Marlo), and Too Hard. Lil Baby was released harder than Ever. Drake, Offset, and Lil Uzi Vert appeared on the #3 Billboard 200 album. Lil Baby’s net worth of $5 million. His debut studio album, “Harder Than Ever,” was certified platinum in 2018.
In October, Gunn’s mixtape Drip Harder reached No. 4 on the Billboard 200. November 2018’s Street Gossip followed. Lil Baby co-wrote and performed “Out the Mud” with Future. Lil Baby performed at that year’s Grammys. 2021’s “Wants & Needs” featured Lil Baby. They released The Voice of the Heroes in June. Top-charting album featured Rod Wave, Meek Mill, Young Thug, and Travis Scott. 2022: “Do We Have a Problem?” and “Bussin.”