Rich Homie Quan

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Atlanta, Georgia
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Atlanta, Georgia

Homie Rich Quan is a rapper and songwriter from the United States who is best known for his hit “Type of Way.” T.I.G. Entertainment is his independent label, and Motown Records is his record label. He’s worked with a number of Atlanta artists, including Young Thug and Birdman, during the course of his career. Dirty South rap, a form of American hip hop music that arose in the southern United States, has influenced him greatly. Quan’s brief detention in 2009 prompted him to reconsider his interest in rapping, which he had established before to his detention. Music had always been a hobby for him up until that point, and he never imagined himself as a rapper. After the publication of his debut mixtape, Quan became a billionaire, and his net worth grew to $1 million in a short period of time. In 2017, his net worth was reported to be around $ 3.5 million.

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The Career of Rich

Rich Homie Quan’s debut mixtape, ‘I Go In On Every Song,’ was released in 2012. In 2012, he released his first single, ‘Difference,’ from his mixtape, ‘Still Going In.’ ‘Rolling Stone’ selected ‘Still Goin In’ (reloaded) as the 10th best mixtape of 2013.’

He went on tour with rapper Trinidad James in 2013. He appeared on Gucci Mane’s album ‘Trap House III’ in the same year, on tracks including ‘Can’t Trust Her,’ ‘I Heard,’ and ‘Chasin’ Paper.’ Quan’s single “Type of Way” was released by Def Jam Recordings in August 2013.

The ‘New York Times’ claimed he was part of Atlanta’s new generation of rappers “who deliver rhymes with melody and passion” in a review of this record, which reached No. 50 on the US Billboard Hot 100.

Quan was featured alongside Young Jeezy on YG’s song “My Nigga.” The song reached No. 19 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. In 2 Chainz’s second studio album, ‘B.O.A.T.S. II: Me Time,’ he has also featured on the song ‘Extra.’

His next mixtape, ‘I Promise I’ll Never Stop Going In,’ was released on November 26, 2013. ‘Type of Way’ became the song for the Michigan State Spartans football team that year.

He was included in the mixtape ‘Rich Gang: Tha Tour Pt. 1’ on September 29, 2014. His single ‘Flex (Ooh, Ooh, Ooh)’ and its music video were uploaded on YouTube on April 1, 2015. He was featured on Dae Dae’s song “Big Bankroll” in 2016.

Scandals & Controversies

Rich Homie Quan has been involved in a number of squabbles. He was sentenced to 15 months in prison for burglary between 2009 and 2011.

After he shared a video of his young son resting on his lap while he was allegedly smoking pot, Child Protective Services apparently investigated him.

Another incident arose as a result of the leak of a song in which he rapped about rapping. Quan later issued a statement apologizing for the song, stating it was “not intended to be released.”

Quan and five others were arrested in Middle Georgia on marijuana possession charges on May 28, 2017. They allegedly planned to hand it out at a police roadblock outside of town.

He was caught on his way to a Wadley concert and transported to jail, but was released after posting a $20,000 cash bond.

Sequences in Personal Life Devontay Lamar was born in Atlanta, Georgia, on October 4, 1989. Corey Lamar, his father, is the CEO of Linwood Agency and his son’s manager.

Quan attended Ronald McNair Sr. High School in Atlanta, Georgia. He was a bashful kid in school. Poetry, literature, and creative writing were all things that he was passionate about. He was a voracious reader.

He played baseball for four years in high school and aspired to play professionally. During his freshman year, he was the starting center fielder and leadoff hitter for the varsity team. Fort Valley State University offered him a scholarship because of his sportsmanship.

During this time, he became interested in rapping and obtained employment at an airport. Quan became involved in illicit activities after losing his employment, including stealing and burglary, which put him in jail for 15 months.

Devin D. Lamar, Royal R. Lamar, and Chosen K. Lamar are Quan’s three sons.

Estimated Net worth

Rich Homie Quan is a $3.5 million dollar rap artist from the United States.