St. Louis rapper most well-known for his 2006 crunk strike ‘Pop, Lock & Drop It,’ which damaged the very best 10 in the Billboard Scorching 100. In 2013, he agreed upon to the Brick Squad Monopoly record label possessed by rapper Waka Flocka Fire. He was raised in Walnut Recreation area community of St. Louis and started creating rap beats at age group 15. He dissed fellow St. Louis rapper Nelly on two tracks on his sophomore LP Notebook Paper due to Nelly’s refusal to collaborate with him. His delivery name is certainly Lawrence Franks, Jr. His 2007 one “AFTER I Hustle” features vocals from R&B vocalist Lloyd Polite.