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Jaylen Robinson Wiki/Biography
Born Jaylen Robinson on the 25th January 1995, in San Diego, California USA, he is a rapper who goes under the name of Rob Stone, and who came to prominence with his song “Chill Bill”, which achieved double platinum status in the USA.
Have you ever wondered how rich Rob Stone is, as of late 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Stone’s net worth is as high as $200,000, an amount earned through his successful career in the music industry, active since 2014.
Rob Stone Net Worth $200,000
From an early age, Rob was introduced to music, as his father had a massive record collection, and young Rob absorbed the beats, and as he grew up added a few records himself of different genres, such as reggae, R&B and hip-hop.
After he finished high school, Rob enrolled at college in Atlanta, Georgia, and it was then that he became focused on his career as a rapper.
His debut mixtape came out in 2015, entitled, “Straight Bummin’”, but even before that, he was an accomplished musician, as his single “Chil Bill” came out in June 2014, and was first posted to his SoundCloud account. He made a music video for “Chill Bill”, and uploaded the video onto his friend’s YouTube channel Twelve O’Seven. After gaining attention for his song, he soon released it as his debut single, and it reached No. 29 on the Billboard 200 chart, while it reached into the top 10 on the US Rap, and US R&B charts, placing seventh and eighth respectively. “Chill Bill” became his most successful creation, as it achieved double platinum status in the USA, which increased his net worth by a large margin.
Moving forward, Rob signed a recording contract with RCA Records, and started working on his second release; the mixtape entitled “I’m Almost Ready” came out in September 2016, while his debut full-length album was released on the 17th October 2017 – “Don’t Wait For It”, the sales of which only added a substantial amount to his net worth.
Regarding his personal life, this rising star tends to keep most intimate details hidden from the public eyes. In June this year, Rob was at the center of media attention after becoming involved in the stabbing of the famous rapper XXXTentacion. Though he isn’t the attacker, the two were at the same event, and it is suspected that Stone hired someone to attack XXXTentacion.
The two have been known for not getting along at all, and in the past were forbidden to perform at the same event because of their brawl. As of late 2017, the situation is yet to be resolved.
|Full Name||Rob Stone|
|Date Of Birth||January 25, 1995|
|Died||January 10, 2015, Key West, Florida, United States|
|Place Of Birth||San Diego, California USA|
|Record Labels||RCA Records|
|Albums||Gotta Keep Rollin', Don't Wait for It, I'm Almost Ready, Back Around Here|
|Nominations||Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature, Writers Guild of America Award for Best Documentary Screenplay, Primetime Emmy Award for Exceptional Merit - Documentary Filmmaking|
|Movies||Crash Course, Terminal Entry|
|TV Shows||Mr. Belvedere|
|1||Is a documentary director living in LA (June 2000)|
|2||He attended the University of Southern California.|
|3||He remains good friends with his "Mr. Belvedere" co-star Brice Beckham.|
|4||In 1986, he established Vienna Productions, to make documentary films. His first completed short project was called "The Sidewalk Hotel", made in 1990, and starred his former "Mr. Belvedere" co-star Christopher Hewett.|
|I Am Stamos||2004||Short||Party Guest|
|Matlock||1993||TV Series||Clyde Eller|
|Revenge of the Nerds||1991||TV Movie||Louis Skolnick|
|Mr. Belvedere||1985-1990||TV Series||Kevin Owens|
|ABC Afterschool Specials||1986-1988||TV Series||Chris / Jed|
|Crash Course||1988||TV Movie||Chadley Bennett IV|
|21 Jump Street||1987||TV Series||T.J. Caldwell|
|Rags to Riches||1987||TV Series||Arnold|
|Silver Spoons||1986||TV Series||Frankie|
|CBS Schoolbreak Special||1985||TV Series||Horace 'Ace' Hobart|
|V||1984||TV Series||Movie Usher|
|The Facts of Life||1984||TV Series||Harvey|
|Shank!||2010||TV Series 13 episodes|
|Into the Wild Blue||1999||TV Movie|
|Blue Angels: Around the World at the Speed of Sound||1994||TV Movie documentary|
|Mr. Belvedere||1990||TV Series 1 episode|
|Shank!||2010||TV Series producer - 13 episodes|
|Into the Wild Blue||1999||TV Movie producer|
|One Vision||1998||Documentary producer|
|Blue Angels: Around the World at the Speed of Sound||1994||TV Movie documentary producer|
|Shank!||TV Series 1 episode, 2010 writer - 11 episodes, 2010|
|Into the Wild Blue||1999||TV Movie|
|Blue Angels: Around the World at the Speed of Sound||1994||TV Movie documentary writer|
|Mr. Belvedere||TV Series 1 episode, 1985 performer - 2 episodes, 1985|
|Mr. Belvedere: The Owens Family Remembers||2009||Video documentary short||Himself|
|The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!||1989||TV Series||Himself|
|Battle of the Network Stars XIX||1988||TV Special||Himself - ABC Team|
|1995||CableACE||CableACE Awards||Recreation and Leisure Special or Series||Blue Angels: Around the World at the Speed of Sound (1994)|