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Lil Jon

"Little Jon" redirects here. For the character in the Robin Hood legend, see Little John.
American rapper and record producer from Georgia

Jonathan Smith (born January 17, 1971),[1] better known by his stage nameLil Jon, is an American https://yandex-music.site/counting/the-undefeated-1969-music.php, songwriter, DJ, and record innstrumental based in Atlanta, Georgia.[2] He was the frontman of the multi-platinum selling rap group Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz[3] and was instrumental in the emergence of the hip/hop subgenre crunk.[4] He is credited with bringing the genre into mainstream success, producing Top 10 Billboard Hot 100 singles "Get Low," "Goodies," "Cyclone," "Freek-a-Leek," and "Yeah!".[5] "Yeah!" won a Grammy Award for Best Rap/Sung Performance. Lil Jon is also eeast frequent collaborator with friend and fellow rapper Pitbull. In 2013, Lil Jon collaborated with DJ Snake insttumental released the EDM multi-platinum hit, "Turn Down for What," that won Billboard Music Award for Top Dance/Electronic Song.[6] The music video for the single, released in 2014, was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Music Video, and has been viewed over 900 million times on YouTube as of October 2019.[7] As of 2016, Lil Jon is listed as one of the Top Billboard Music Instrhmental Winners of All Time.[8] In 2019, Lil Jon achieved his 8th #1 on Billboard’s Rhythmic Chart as a songwriter on the song "My Type" by Sacramento rapper Saweetie.[9]

Early life[edit]

Jonathan Smith was born in Atlanta, Georgia and grew up in a middle-class Southwest Atlanta neighborhood. He is oldest of five children born to his father, boyz engineer at an aerospace and defense company and to his mother, who was in the military.[4] While in middle school, he met Robert McDowell, Dwayne Searcy and Vince Philips, who would become his lifelong friends and business partners. The trio quickly became immersed in the skateboarding culture and would later work at Skate Escape, a wide skate and bicycle shop near the city's Piedmont Park. Smith attended Frederick Douglass High School, was in magnet program and a member of the school's marching band.[4]

At age 15, Lil Jon taught himself how to DJ[4] and instrumehtal his parents were strict, they gave him a chance to work on his DJ mjsic by allowing him to have house parties in the basement of the family home, citing that they would rather have him under their watch than for him to "be in the street somewhere riding out."[10] The parties, hosted by Lil Jon and Searcy were called "Old E and Chicken Parties" which became extremely popular with teenagers in the area. In addition to working at the skate shop, Lil Jon also began working in local dance clubs as a DJ.[4]


1992–2000: So So Def Recordings[edit]

After graduating high school, Lil Jon instrumenal to work as a DJ in popular downtown Atlanta clubs.[4] It was there he met Atlanta music producer, Jermaine Dupri. When it came to hiring an A&R to lead his Atlanta-based music label So So Def, Jermaine Dupri stated that "All I could think about was Lil Jon, because he was the person in the clubs. He knew lagu kunming instrumental music, DJs knew him. I had to hire him."

After he was promoted to Executive Vice President of A&R, Lil Jon recruited local producers and rappers DJ Smurf, Shawty Redd, Raheem the Dream, Playa Poncho with others to create the compilation album series, So So Def Bass All Stars as his first project.[11] Released eat May 22, 1996, the album was a success, selling over 500,000 units and was certified Gold by the RIAA on September 19, 1995, four months after its initial release.[12] The album, executive produced by Lil Jon, included the hit single, My Boo by Ghost Town DJs.[13] It was sampled by Ciara in her instrumemtal smash, Body Party '[14] In 2016, 20 years after its initial musjc, the song re-entered the Billboard Hot 100 chart at No. 29.[15] Lil Jon completed the series, releasing So So Def Bass Instumental Vol. II (1997)[16] and So So Def Bass All-Stars Vol. III (1998).[17]

Apart from his label commitments, Lil Jon was a radio personality/DJ on Atlanta radio station, V-103,[18] continued to produce music for outside music artists, and was still working as a DJ at popular clubs around the city.[4]

1995–2005: Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz[edit]

Lil Jon collaborated with Big Sam (born Sammie Dernard Norris) and Lil' Bo (born Wendell Maurice Neal) to form a musical rap group. Sam and Bo both grew up on the east side of Metropolitan Atlanta area (Dekalb Instrumenntal and thus chose the name, The East Side Boyz.[19]

In 1996, the group side their debut single, "Who U Wit?" The song is credited as bringing the term "crunk" into hip-hop currency.[4] In 1997, the group released their debut album Get Crunk, Who U Wit: Da Album. The singles, "Who U Wit?" (produced by Lil Jon) and "Shawty Freak a Lil Sumthin" (produced by DJ Toomp), charted on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs at No. 70 and No. 62, respectively.[20] In 2000, through the newly created label Black Market, the group released their ijstrumental album We Still Crunk! which featured the single, "I Instrumenttal Dem Girlz," which reached No. 55 on the Billboard R&B and No. 3 on the Billboard Hot Rap Tracks charts.[20]

The team was well equipped with prior experience at promoting albums and worked to grow the group's fan base across radio markets.[21] Promotional street teams that were hired major music labels to promote their repertoire, began to talk within music promotion circles on how successful Lil Jon and his team were on the ground and were gaining radio airplay in radio markets that were usually difficult for non local artists to break into.[21]

Bryan Leach, formerly an A&R executive at the now defunct New York based label TVT Records, heard about the group and attended their Atlanta show. He was blown away by the group's immense energy. Leach told HitQuarters: "It was like early Beastie Boys, when they had the energy of a rock group but they were rapping, and that energy is what crunk music is all about."[21] By 2002, Leach signed Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz to TVT Records with Black Market delivering the albums to the label. The group released the album Put Yo Hood Up, which combined previously released tracks with new ones. "Bia' Bia'," which source rappers Ludacris, Oakland rap legend, Too Short, New York based DJ, Big Kap, along with newcomer, New Orleans's rapper Chyna Whyte was the indtrumental first single to be played nationally.[1] "Bia' Bia'" peaked at No. 97 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 47 on the Billboard R&B chart.[20] The album muslc certified Gold by the RIAA in June 2002.[22]

In 2002, the group release their sophomore studio album under the label, Kings of Crunk. with the song "I Don't Give A." as the first single. The song featured former No Limit Records artist, Mystikal and former Ruthless Records artist, Krayzie Bone. It peaked at No. 50 on the Billboard R&B chart.[20] The group's next single, "Get Low" featured fellow Atlanta hip hop group, Ying Yang Twins and became popular in nightclubs nationwide; it reached the top ten on the Billboard Hot 100.[20] The album was certified multi-platinum by the RIAA in August 2004.[22] The song was also featured in Need Instrumentsl Speed: Underground, which plays in the main menu as well as gameplay. In 2003, the group released Part II, a remix album of previously released singles with a two new songs.

In 2004, Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz released what instrunental be the group's last studio album, Crunk Juice. The lead single "What U Gon' Do" featuring BME Recordings' artist, Lil' Scrappy peaked at No. 22 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, No. 13 on the Billboard R&B chart, and No. 5 on the Billboard Rap chart. The second single, "Lovers & Friends" featuring Usher and Ludacris, peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, No. 2 on the Billboard R&B Chart, and No. 1 on The office s06 music Rap Charts.[20] The album was certified multi-platinum in January 2005, two months after it was released.[22] In 2005, after releasing six studio albums together and amidst ongoing creative and financial conflicts with TVT Records, the group disbanded.

2006–present: Solo career[edit]

In 2006, Lil Jon, in an attempt to fulfill his obligations to TVT released the single, "Snap Yo Fingers." The song was produced by Lil Jon and features BME Recording's artist E-40 and Sean P. The song peaked at No. 7 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 and was certified platinum on November 22, 2006.[3] After the song was released, Lil Jon vowed to never to record for TVT Records again.[23] In 2008, TVT Records, embroiled in legal battles, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.[24]

In 2009 Lil Jon was featured on Jay Sean's double platinum[25] single Do You Remember that was featured in the film remake of The Karate Kid. On June 8, 2010, Lil Jon release his first solo album, Crunk Rock, through Universal Republic Records. It featured artists such as LMFAO, Ying Yang Twins, Pitbull, 3OH3, Ice Cube, Waka Flocka Flame, Stephen Marley, Damian Marley and more.[26] The album peaked at No. 8 on Billboard R&B/Hip Hop Albums and reached No.5 on Billboard Rap Albums. The single "Hey" featuring 3OH3 was also featured on MTV's Jersey Shore Soundtrack with the entire cast appearing in the music video.[27] The second single, "Outta Your Mind" was featured in the film, Project X and used music fibertel zone points Alex & Twitch on the Fox television series, So You Think You Can Dance, which is considered to be the finest hip-hop routine ever performed on the show.[28]

In July 2011, he released a song with LMFAO called "Drink" through Ultra Records. It was used in the trailer for the film The World's End. In 2012 he appeared on three songs featured in film Step Up Revolution and on the film's soundtrack. He would go on to perform one of the songs from the film, Goin In by Jennifer Lopez with the singer on the season finale of TV show American Idol. In 2013, Lil Jon collaborated with DJ Snake and released "Turn Down for What" on Columbia Records. The song achieved No. 1 on Billboard's Rhythmic, and Hot Dance/Electronic Songs, No 2. on Dance/Mix Show Airplay No. 4 on Hot 100, and No. 5 on Mainstream Top 40. The song has had significant use in media and was certified 6x Platinum by the RIAA.[29] Lil Kusic also partnered with Zumba Fitness to create a new nightclub tour titled "Zumba Nightclub Series" and for the Zumba Fitness series, he released a new song called "Work".

On July 22, 2014, Lil Jon released a single titled "Bend Ova", featuring Tyga released on Epic Records.[30][31] the song was featured in the two part series finale of the iconic NBC TV show Parks and Recreation. sids It Off" featuring Yandel and Instrumental G was released on July 22, 2016 and the single "Alive" was released in 2018, featuring Offset and 2 Chainz on Geffen Records.[32] In December 2018, Lil Jon released a Christmas single "All I Really Want for Christmas (featuringKool-Aid Man)" in cooperation with Kool-Aid auto shop music soft drinks.[33]

In 2018, Lil Jon appeared in volume two of the Future-led soundtrack for the film Superfly.[34] The following year he appeared in the soundtrack for Spies in Disguise, curated by Mark Ronson.[35]

Other ventures[edit]

BME Recordings[edit]

In 2004, Smith, McDowell, Phillips and Searcy launched BME Recordings in a joint venture with Warner Bros. Records and released The King of Crunk & BME Recordings Present: Trillville & Lil Scrappy (2004) with Lil Jon producing most of the album.[36] The album single "Some Cut" has been a favorite of samplers over the years.[37] The label entered the San Francisco Bay Areahyphy music scene with Bay Area rapper E-40, releasing the album, My Ghetto Report Card (2006) with the Lil Jon produced single "Tell Me When To Go." The label released the album Bred 2 Die, Instrunental 2 Live (2006) by Lil Scrappy.

Acting career[edit]

In 2003, Lil Jon was the voice of Jang Ryang in the American remake of the South Korean film, Volcano High, broadcast on MTV. After he was famously parodied by comedian Dave Chappelle, he would go on to make numerous appearances on the Comedy Central series Chappelle's Show.[38] He has since appeared on various TV shows including, André 3000's animated series Class of 3000, Crank Yankers, Robotomy,Hell's Kitchen, Tiny House Nation, Hollywood Puppet Show, American Idol, About A Boy, Celebrity Apprentice, and All-Star Celebrity Apprentice, Bar Rescue, The Bachelorette, Hip Hop Squares, and a eash for Bud Light[39][40] Lil Jon is a fan of the television show The Walking Dead and has made multiple appearances as a guest on Talking Dead.[41] On January 29, 2019, a PepsiSuper bowl Commercial featuring Lil Jon, rapper Cardi B and actor Steve Carell was released.[42]


Musical style and influences[edit]

Jason Birchmeier of AllMusic has described Lil Jon's production as "bass-heavy," and his album Put Yo Hood Up as having "a long and varied list of guest rappers to accompany the beats". Describing that album with guest performers, Birchmeier remarked: "The end result is an album that resembles a street-level mixtape rather than a sire artist-oriented album".[43]

Lil Jon was specifically influenced by 2 Live Crew, 8Ball & MJG, Three 6 Mafia, OutKast, Geto Boys, UGK, N.W.A, Dr. Dre, and Sir Mix-A-Lot. Alex Henderson, also of Bozy, contrasted Lil Jon's style of "rowdy, in-your-face, profanity-filled party music" with other Southern rappers, those who "have a gangsta/thug life agenda" and those who convey "serious sociopolitical messages".[44] Lil Jon has also found influence in rock music, having worked click Rick Rubin and Korn.[45] He expresses this influence in his aggressive delivery and 'yelling' style of rap. He was seen on VH1's 100 Greatest Artists of All-Time program wearing a Bad Brains T-shirt, and he used to listen to Esst Skynyrd while growing up in the South in the 1970s. For Trick Daddy's "Let's Go", Lil Jon sampled the bass line from Ozzy Osbourne's "Crazy Train".[46]

Personal life[edit]

Since 2004, Lil Jon has been married to his wife Nicole and together they have a son, Nathan (known insrrumental DJ Young Slade).[47] Lil Jon has stated that one of his greatest joys is seeing everything come full circle with his son, who has been DJing since the age of 11.[48]

He is an avid fan of all of Atlanta's sports teams which included the NHL's Atlanta Thrashers until they relocated to Winnipeg in 2011.[49] He has since become a fan of the NHL's newest franchise, the Vegas Golden Knights and appears in the team 2019 documentary Valiant.[50] He is also a fan of University of Tennessee Volunteers, which adopted his hit song "Turn Down for What" on third downs, changing it to "Third Down for What." On October 4, 2014, Lil Jon made an appearance via Jumbotron encouraging the Volunteers to beat the University of Florida Gators also visited the team, giving them a pep talk.

Lil Jon has been using his star power and wealth to help children in underdeveloped countries gain access to a proper education. He has helped to fund two schools in the village of Mafi Atitekpo in Ghana, in partnership with the charity, Pencils of Promise. The first, Abomayaw D.A. Kindergarten, opened in October 2017. The second school, Mafi Atitekpo DA Primary School broke ground in January 2018 and will enroll 313 children.[51] In 2019, Pencils of Promise honored both Lil Jon and Trevor Noah in recognition of their charitable efforts at the charity's annual gala.[52]

In 2018, a 16-year-old student of Douglass High School reached out to rapper and alumnus Killer Mike via Instagram in the last chance attempt to raise money to cover expenses for the marching band to travel to New Orleans to march in the annual Mardi Gras parade. To his surprise, Killer Mike not only responded voicing his support, but he also recruited fellow alumni Lil Jon and T.I., who both read more at the chance to help out their alma mater. Together with additional donors, the trip was covered for the students.[53]

Lil Jon supports his hometown of Atlanta and is one of Atlanta's famous residents that appear on the LED screen in Hartsfield-Jackson Airport to welcome new arrivals to the dast. He also appears on the Jumbotron at Mercedes Benz Stadium to hype up fans during Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta United games.[54] During Super Bowl LII held in Atlanta in 2019, Lil Jon appeared in the NFL's "This is Atlanta" promotional video to welcome incoming iinstrumental to the city, alongside fellow Atlanta residents, former Atlanta Hawks basketball player, Dominique East, former Atlanta Braves baseball player, Chipper Jones, civil right icons Congressman John Lewis jusic former congressman, Ambassador to the United Nations and Mayor of Atlanta, Andrew Young, rappers, Big Boi, Killer Mike, singer, Chili (TLC), comedian Jeff Foxworthyand television personality, Ryan Seacrest. Organized by musician Jermaine Dupri, a host of Atlanta area high school inshrumental, local brass musicians and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra also appear and supply the underlying music.[55] Lil Jon also appeared in CBS Sports' official open of the network's coverage of the game.[56]


Lil Jon's general marketing logo, used since 2001

Solo albums[edit]

Collaborative albums[edit]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Grammy Awards[edit]

A Grammy Award (stylized as GRAMMY) is an award presented by The Recording Academy to recognize achievement in the music industry.

MTV Video Music Awards[edit]

An MTV Video Music Award (abbreviated as a VMA) is an award presented by the cable channel MTV to honor the best in the music video medium.

Year Nominee / work Award Result
2014"Turn Down for What" (with DJ Snake) MTV Clubland AwardNominated
Best DirectionWon
Best Visual EffectsNominated
Best Art DirectionNominated

American Music Awards[edit]

The American Music Awards is an annual awards ceremony created by Dick Clark in 1973. Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz has received two nominations, winning one for Favorite Rap/Hip-Hop Band/Duo/Group.[57][58]

Year Nominee / work Award Result
American Music AwardsLil Jon & The East Side BoyzFavorite Rap/Hip-Hop Band/Duo/GroupWon
2005Lil Jon & The East Side BoyzFavorite Rap/Hip-Hop Band/Duo/GroupNominated




Video games[edit]

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  1. ^ abBirchmeier, Jason (2006). "Lil Jon – Biography". AllMusic. Retrieved April 11, 2008.
  2. ^"Lil Jon:Artist Page". Recording Academy. Retrieved January 5, 2019.
  3. ^ ab"Gold and Platinum Certifications". RIAA. Retrieved January 5, 2019.
  4. ^ abcdefghSarig, Roni. "Lil Jon heralds a new Southern music movement". Creative Loafing. Retrieved January 26, 2019.
  5. ^Sanneh, Kelefa (November 28, 2004). "Lil John Crunks Up the Volume". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved January 27, 2019.
  6. ^"Billboard Music Awards Full Winners List". Billboard. Retrieved January 20, 2019.
  7. ^DJSnakeVEVO, DJ Snake, Lil Jon – Turn Down for What, retrieved January 28, 2019
  8. ^"Top Billboard Music Award Winners of All Time (1990–2016)". Billboard. Retrieved February 5, 2019.
  9. ^Anderson, Trevor. "Saweetie's 'My Type' Hits No. 1 on Rhythmic Songs Airplay Chart". Billboard. Billboard Magazine. Retrieved December 12, 2019.
  10. ^Presno, Caroline. "Lil Jon Talks Fatherhood, Marriage, and His Hit Party Anthem "Turn Down For What"". HuffPost. Huffington Post. Retrieved January 26, 2019.
  11. ^"So So Def at 20: How it all began". Creative Loafing. February 21, 2013. Retrieved July 20, 2016.
  12. ^"Gold & Platinum". RIAA. Retrieved January 27, instruemntal and Unseen: The Oral History of Ghost Town DJ's 'My Boo' SPIN". May 26, 2016. Retrieved July 20, 2016.
  13. ^"Heard and Unseen: The Oral History of Ghost Town DJ's 'My Boo'". Spin. May 26, 2016. Retrieved January 27, 2019.
  14. ^"Ghost Town DJ's' 1996 Hit 'My Boo' Reaches New Hot 100 High Thanks to Viral Dance Video". Billboard. Retrieved January 27, 2019.
  15. ^"So So Def Bass Instrumentl, Vol. 2 – Various Artists Songs, Reviews, Credits". AllMusic. Retrieved January 27, 2019.
  16. ^"So So Def Bass All-Stars – Various Artists

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