Yung Joc Net Worth
Yung Joc is a rapper with a net worth of $8 million. Born in Atlanta, he is married to his wife, Alexandria Robinson. They have three children. Yung Joc has had a string of hits that remain popular long after they are released among his avid fans.
Who is Yung Joc?
Yung Joc, born as Jasiel Amon Robinson, is a popular rapper from America. He is best known for his singles ‘It’s Goin’ Down’, ‘Coffee Shop’ and ‘I Know You See It’. He is also famous for releasing the popular albums named ‘New Joc City’, ‘Mr. Robinson’s Neighborhood’ and ‘Hustlenomics’. Other works of the hip hop recording artist include tracks such as ‘Bottle Poppin’, ‘Get Like Me’, ‘Beep’, ‘Yeah Boy’ and ‘So Fly’. Besides being a singer, Joc is also a reality television personality who has appeared on VH1’s ‘Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta’. Apart from this, he has been featured in the reality show ‘Leave It To Stevie’ as well. All these contributions by Yung Joc to the music industry as well as the reality television world have made him a household name. Today, the multi-faceted personality is adored and appreciated by hundreds of thousands of people all over the globe. Talking about the honors he has received, Joc has won the BET Hip Hop Award for his hit single ‘It’s Goin’ Down’. He has also earned nominations for Billboard Music Awards, MTV Video Music Awards, Soul Train Music Awards and even the Grammys.
Young Joc started his career in 2005 when he collaborated with Nitti Beatz and released his song ‘It’s Goin Down’. After this, he got signed to the label ‘Bad Boy South’ and released his debut album titled ‘New Joc City’ through it. Then the rapper’s single ‘I Know U See It’ came out. The songs ‘It’s Goin Down’ as well as ‘I Know U See It’ became huge hits, reaching #3 and #17 respectively on the Billboard Hot 100. Joc’s second album ‘Hustlenomics’ got released in 2007 and it included the tracks ‘Bottle Poppin’’ and ‘Coffee Shop’.
In the year 2008, the American singer got featured in the songs ‘So Fly’, ‘Get Like Me’ and ‘Beep’. Then in 2009, he released his mixtape ‘Grind Flu’ on his label website Swagg Team Entertainment. After this, Yung Joc’s single ‘Yeah Boy’ from his album named ‘Mr. Robinson’s Neighborhood’ came out. In 2014, the hip hop recording artist released his first official single ‘I Got Bitches’ for his third album. This was followed by the second single ‘Features’. In 2014, Young Joc was cast as a supporting member in VH1’s reality show ‘Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta’. He then joined the show ‘Leave It To Stevie’ which is airing till now.
Yung Joc was born as Jasiel Amon Robinson on April 2, 1983 in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. Not much is known about his family or early life. Moving to his love life, he got married to Alexandria Robinson in 2001. The couple had three children before getting divorced in 2014. Besides Robinson, Joc was also associated with four other women with whom he has eight children, namely Amoni, Amir, Chase, Ja’Kori, Eden, Allon, Cadence, and Camora.
Yung Joc Bio Info
Full name: Josiel Amon Robinson
Born: 2 April 1983 (age 35 years), Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Spouse: Alexandria Robinson (m. 2001–2014)
Children: Amoni Robinson, Amir Robinson, Eden Robinson, Ja’Kori Robinson, Cadence Robinson, Chase Robinson
Albums: New Joc City, Hustlenomics, Mr. Robinson’s Neighborhood, The Grind Flu, Southern Conference 2
Awards: BET Hip Hop Award for Best Single of the Year
Yung Joc Quotes
- It’s emotion. When you are watching a movie you see a woman sitting with her daughter and looking in her eyes and you see butterflies flying in the background and then you suddenly hear scary movie music and it changes the whole thing. But if something sounds different it changes the movie. Music is the back drop of what you talk about. – Yung Joc
- See, because I played behind the scenes so much I already knew what to expect. So I started getting myself ready. I was creating work for myself to do. People were telling me to take a rest and saying “damn, you already acting like you going on MTV or something.” In my mind I was because I knew it was what I’d have to do in the near future. – Yung Joc
- Everyday I wake up I’m fulfilling my dream. Every day my manager calls I’m fulfilling my dream. I know if my manager doesn’t call I’m not making money so when he does call I know I’m making money. – Yung Joc
Yung Joc Videos on YouTube
Yung Joc sat down for an exclusive interview with VladTV and explained how being on the Forbes list, a feat most would consider an honor, was actually the worst thing that could’ve happened to him at the time.
Yung Joc stops by the V studios to talk new music, movies, shows and yes, hair, at which point everyone loses it when RC asks Joc about how the conversation with his barber went? Check out Joc’s favorite memes and which one’s he created himself.