Reformed felon who flipped R&B singer and offered over 1 million copies of his debut album Lyfe 268-192. He offers released singles like “Ghetto Superman” and “Greater than a Woman.” He spent a decade in jail for arson before dedicating his existence to music and his trust. He is most widely known for the singles “SHOULD BE Good” and “S.E.X.” He previously two sons, Elijah and Phoenix, along with his previous supervisor Joy Bounds. Then experienced a third kid, Lyfe, in 2011. He was presented on Rick Ross’s 2006 solitary “It’s My Period.”
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