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Lil Scrappy Wiki/Biography
American rap artist, actor as well as a musician Lil Scrappy, was born as Darryl Kevin Richardson III on 19 January 1984, in Atlanta, Georgia, and burst on to the music scene in 2006 with the release of his debut album “Bred 2 Die – Born 2 Live”, which met with positive critical reviews, peaked at number 24 on the Billboard 200 music chart with more than 82,000 copies sold during its first week, ultimately selling over 500,000 copies in total, which earned it a Gold certification from the RIAA.
So just how rich is Lil Scrappy? According to celebrity dot money, in 2006 he earned 85,000 dollars from the sales of his debut album, while in 2013 his salary with “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta” amounted to 200,000 dollars. In regards to his overall wealth, Lil Scrappy’s net worth as of early 2017 is estimated to be over 700,000 dollars, the majority of which he has accumulated from his involvement in the music industry over the last 10 years.
Lil Scrappy Net Worth $700,000
Lil Scrappy’s rapping skills were noticed by fellow rap artist Lil Wayne, during one of his performances in Atlanta. Scrappy released his debut album under the “G Unit” record label, with which he subsequently signed a contract. “Bred 2 Die – Born 2 Live” spawned the popular singles “Livin’ in the Project”, “Gangsta, Gangsta” and “Money in the Bank”, which was included on the soundtrack of “WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2007” video game. Such artists as Young Buck, 50 Cent, Eminem, Olivia Longott, and Lil Jon were all featured on the album.
Scrappy then came out with an independent album called “Prince of the South”, which he released under the “Real Talk Entertainment” label. The album made it to number one on the chart of Top Independent Albums and number 22 on the Top R&B/ Hip-Hop Albums chart. A year later, in 2009, “The Grustle” was released under the “Bonzi” label, and featured appearances by Twista, 2 Chainz, and Rasheeda. His second independent album followed soon afterwards, released in 2010 under the name “Prince of the South 2”.
Up to date, Lil Scrappy has released two independent albums, two collaboration albums, as well as three studio albums, the most recent of which – “Reparations” – was released in 2014.
Aside from rapping, Lil Scrappy has ventured into the television industry, and made numerous appearances on the reality television series called “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta” since its premiere on television screens in 2012, as a recurring cast member alongside Stevie J, Waka Flocka Flame, Yung Joc and Ariane Davis. So far, the show has aired for three seasons, and a total of 50 episodes.
Lil Scrappy’s personal life remains private, with no rumours of relationships, or even of interests outside music. He still lives in Atlanta, as he has done all his life.
|Full Name||Lil Scrappy|
|Date Of Birth||19 Jan 1984|
|Place Of Birth||Atlanta, Georgia, USA,|
|Profession||Musician, Rapper, Actor|
|Nicknames||Lil Scrappy , Darryl Kevin Richardson II , Lil' Scrappy|
|Record Labels||Lil Jon's BME Recordings, G's Up, S-Line, Bonzi, Real Talk Entertainment|
|Albums||“Reparations” (2014), “Tha Gru$tle” (2012), “Prince of the South 2” (2010), “Prince of the South” (2008), “Bred 2 Die · Born 2 Live” (2006), “The King of Crunk & BME Recordings Present: Trillville & Lil Scrappy” (2004)|
|Nominations||BET Hip Hop Award for Ringtone of the Year|
|Movies||Just Another Day|
|TV Shows||"Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta" (2012-present), "Just Another Day" (2010)|
|808||2015||Documentary music: "What U Gon' Do"|
|Todd's Pop Song Reviews||2014||TV Series documentary performer - 1 episode|
|The Big Dirty List Show: 50 Years of Sex and Music||2013||TV Movie documentary performer: "Porn Star"|
|Knocked Up||2007||performer: "Shake" / writer: "Shake" - as Darryl Richardson II|
|ATL||2006||performer: "Money in da Bank" / writer: "Money in da Bank" - as Daryl Richardson II|
|WWE SmackDown vs. RAW 2007||2006||Video Game performer: "Money in the Bank featuring Young Buck" / writer: "Money in the Bank featuring Young Buck" - as Darryl Richardson II|
|Four Brothers||2005||as Darryl Richardson II, "WHAT U GON' DO" / performer: "WHAT U GON' DO" - as Lil' Scrappy|
|Coach Carter||2005||as Darryl Richardson III, "Southside" / performer: "Southside"|
|Hustle & Flow||2005||performer: "I'm a King Remix"|
|Soul Plane||2004||performer: "Head Bussa"|
|Never Die Alone||2004||performer: "Go for Dat", "Head Bussa"|
|Frank Chase in the Streets of Harlem||2017||pre-production|
|Just Another Day||2009/IV||Jay|
|Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta||2012-2017||TV Series||Himself|
|Leave It to Stevie||2016-2017||TV Series||Himself|
|Love & Hip Hop Atlanta: After Party Live!||2015||TV Series||Himself|
|Silentó: Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)||2015||Video short||Himself|
|Love & Hip Hop||2015||TV Series||Himself|
|GGN: Snoop Dogg's Double G News Network||2014||TV Series||Himself|
|Dish Nation||2014||TV Series||Himself|
|2013 BET Hip Hop Awards||2013||TV Special||Himself|
|RapFix Live||2012||TV Series||Himself|
|Business as Usual: The Exploitation of Hip Hop||2011||Documentary||Himself|
|Hustla's Ball||2008||TV Series||Himself|
|BET Awards 2006||2006||TV Special||Himself|
|Beef III||2005||Video documentary||Himself - Recording Artist|
|50 Cent: The Massacre - Special Edition||2005||Video||Himself (segment "Candy Shop")|
|Wild 'N Out||2005||TV Series||Musical Performance|
|Access Granted||2005||TV Series||Himself|
|Soul Train||2004||TV Series||Himself|
|A Hip Hop Hustle: The Making of 'Just Another Day'||2010||Video documentary short||Himself|
|Video on Trial||2006||TV Series||Himself|