Rapper whose 2006 debut album, Best Thang Smokin', peaked at #3 on the US Charts and featured the hit single "Shoulder Lean." His second album, High Times, reached the #9 spot on the US Rap charts in 2013.
He first started a music career in 1999 after he signed to Raheem the Dream's local Atlanta-based label, Tight IV Life Records.
He was featured on the remix of "Let it Go" with Missy Elliott, T.I., and Keyshia Cole in 2007.
He grew up in the Bankhead neighborhood of Atlanta, Georgia. His real name is D'Juan Montrel Hart.
He was featured on Gunplay's 2014 song "Krazy."