Lil Wop Net Worth, Career, Personal And Early Life
Lil Wop (also known as Lil Wop 17 as well as Little Wopster) is a young American rapper best known for his smash tune “Lost My Mind,” released in July 2017. Furthermore, he is well-known for his other tracks such as “Safe House,” “Broadway,” and “BackWoods,” and as well as being Gucci Mane’s ‘protégé’ and signing a record deal with Mane’s 1017 Eskimo Label.
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Lil Wop, whose actual name is unknown, was born on October 17, 1995, under the zodiac sign of Libra in Chicago, Illinois, USA, and is of African-American nationality and the American race. Danny C. Williams is his father, a former musician best known as a Detroit music group “Rick, Ran, and Dan.” Lil Wop has an older sister, Brandi, who was the R&B vocalist of the hip hop female group “Blaque” (known as “Blaque Ivory” in the rest of the world), and a younger sister, Kodie, who is also a rapper and composer and is better known as Kodie Shane.He is also a cousin of Famous Dex, another American rapper. It’s no surprise that Lil Wop has had a successful music career, coming from a family with such a solid musical pedigree.
Lil Wop debuted in the music industry in 2014, at the age of 19, when he began posting mixtapes and tracks to the famous music streaming service SoundCloud. Singles such as “Perky’s & Molly’s,” “Hyped Out,” and “The Wopster” were among his early works (hence one of his stage names). In the years after that, he has collaborated with his sister and promising young rapper Trippie Redd, with whom he has recorded three more songs: “Beast Mode,” “Awakening My Inner Beast,” and “Rock the World Trippie.”
Lil Wop signed with Bases Loaded Records after releasing “Wopster The Mixtape” in December 2016. His debut studio-recorded mixtape, “Wopavelli,” hit the charts in March 2017, and barely a month later, he released another mixtape, “Wake N Bake,” hosted by DJ Holiday, which spawned multiple popular tracks, including “Gotcho Bitch” and “BackWoods.”
With his reputation on the rise, Lil Wop released “Wopavelli 2,” his second major and, at the time, biggest mixtape, in June 2017. It included Red Smash and ManMan Savage as special guests and spawned smash hits such as “Broadway,” “Safe House,” “Lost My Mind and “Dead People”. Lil Wop ‘caught an ear’ of his idol and one of the finest rappers in modern hip hop – Gucci Mane – and became his protégé, signing a record deal with 1017 Eskimo Label, as the latter earned a tremendous dosage of good evaluations from the audience,’ scoring’ nearly 2.8 million views on YouTube.
Despite his moniker – or possibly how it was humorously formed – Lil Wop stands 6ft 5ins (1.96m) tall and has tattoos ‘from head to toe’ on his body. His signature beauty features include:
● A ’24 carat grin.’
● A sword tattoo is crossing his right eye.
● A replica of Gucci Mane’s renowned ice cream cone tattoo on his right cheek.
Along with Trippie Redd, Lil Wop was arrested in October 2018 for his involvement in a street battle with Atlanta artist FDM Grady.
According to insiders, the 24-year-old rapper’s net worth is expected to be approximately $450,000, amassed by his music career rich in mixtapes, which has undoubtedly enabled his extravagant lifestyle, which supposedly includes spending $4,000 monthly on drugs.