2 Chainz Age, Net Worth, Height, Facts

2 Chainz Net Worth, Age, Height & Biography

2 Chainz is a musician who was born in Tauheed K. Epps in 12/09/1977 and is now 46 years old. 2 Chainz has a net worth of $15 Million.

What is 2 Chainz Net Worth?

2 Chainz's net worth is 15 Million.

How old is 2 Chainz?

2 Chainz is 46 years old.

What is 2 Chainz Birthday?

2 Chainz's birthday is 12/09/1977.

What is 2 Chainz Zodiac Sign?

2 Chainz's zodiac sign is Virgo.

What is 2 Chainz's Real Birth Name?

2 Chainz's real birth name is Tauheed K. Epps .

Where is 2 Chainz's Birthplace?

2 Chainz's birthplace is Tauheed K. Epps .

How Tall is 2 Chainz?

2 Chainz height is 6'5'' (195.58 cm).

What is 2 Chainz Nationality?

2 Chainz nationality is .

What are 2 Chainz's Professions?

2 Chainz's professions are Rapper.

Who is 2 Chainz's Spouse(s)?

Kesha Ward ​(m. 2018)

Who is 2 Chainz?

Tauheed K. Epps (born September 12, 1977), known professionally as 2 Chainz (formerly Tity Boi), is an American rapper. Born and raised in College Park, Georgia, he initially gained recognition as one-half of the Southern hip hop duo Playaz Circle, alongside longtime friend and fellow rapper Earl “Dolla Boy” Conyers. The duo was signed to fellow Georgia-based rapper Ludacris’ Disturbing tha Peace label and became best known for their 2007 debut single “Duffle Bag Boy” (featuring Lil Wayne).

In February 2012, Epps signed a solo record deal with Def Jam Recordings, an imprint of Universal Music Group. The following August, he released his debut studio album Based on a T.R.U. Story to commercial success despite mixed reviews.[5] The album spawned three successful singles: “No Lie” (featuring Drake), “Birthday Song” (featuring Kanye West), and “I’m Different”, all of which charted in the top 50 of the Billboard Hot 100 and were certified double platinum or higher by the RIAA, along with the album itself going platinum. His second studio album B.O.A.T.S. II: Me Time (2013), was preceded by the lead single “Feds Watching” (featuring Pharrell Williams) and was met with improved critical reception despite a slight commercial decline. Epps would subsequently release the albums ColleGrove (2016), Pretty Girls Like Trap Music (2017), Rap or Go to the League (2019), So Help Me God! (2020), and Dope Don’t Sell Itself (2022).

Epps began working with TV network Viceland on a show called Most Expensivest, which debuted on November 15, 2017, and aired for three seasons. Epps has been nominated for six Grammy Awards, ultimately winning his first in 2017 for Best Rap Performance for his guest feature on the song “No Problem” by Chance the Rapper. In addition, he’s received three BET Awards from eleven nominations, as well as five BET Hip Hop awards from nineteen nominations.

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