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Slim Jimmy Biography, Age, Wiki, Career, Family, Net Worth, Instagram & Twitter

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Slim Jimmy is an American rapper, songwriter, and artist. With his brother Swag Lee, he founded the hip-hop group “Rae Sremmurd.”

Slim Jimmy Wiki

Full Name/Real Name: Aaquil Ibinshaman Brown

Age: 29 years

Birth Date: December 29, 1991

Birth Place: Inglewood, California,

Height: 1.75 m

Weight: 65 kg

Nationality: American

Spouse: Not Yet

Children: Not Yet

Dating: N/A

Profession: Rapper, songwriter and artist

Net Worth in 2020: $4 million

Slim Jimmy Biography

Slim Jimmy is the stage name of Aaquil Brown, born December 29, 1993, in Whittier, California. He was raised by his mother, Bernadette Walker. Jimmy spent most of his childhood days in Inglewood, California. His uncle JMX and Jxmmis is also a famous musician from America.

When Jimmy was a child, his family struggled to overcome obstacles. As a teenager, he did various odd jobs to buy musical instruments. He moved to different parts of the country while his mother worked for the United States military to earn money.

Slim Jimmy Age, Height, Weight, and Body Measurement

Slim Jimmy was born on December 29, 1991, and is currently 28 years old since 2020. Statistics put Jimmy’s slim height at 1.75 m and a weight of 65 kg.

Slim Jimmy Personal Life

Jimmy is not yet married and spends time with no one. He is entirely focused on his career and has managed to keep his personal life out of reach.

Career, Awards, and Nominations

Slim Jimmy is a member of the musical duo “Rae Sremmurd” with his younger brother Swag Lee, who is also a famous black rapper and artist. Swag Lee would have inspired him for a musical career.

When he started as a rapper, Jimmy worked mainly with two record labels, Ear Drummers and Interscope. Before founding a group with his brother, he worked with Dem Outta State Boyz.

The duo has now recorded two musical successes. They released their first album “SremmLife” in 2015. The album received platinum certification from the American Sound Industry Association. The album’s song “No Flex Zone” peaked at number 36 on the US Billboard 200. USA

In 2016, they released their second album, “SremmLife 2”, which was also appreciated by the public. The album’s song “Black Beatles” reached number one on the US Billboard 200 ranking.

Jimmy won the BET Award with his younger brother in the category of the best music group. The duo has also been nominated for various music awards, including the Billboard Music Awards, the MTVU Woodie Awards, the BET Hip Hop Awards, the International Dance Music Awards, and many others.

Slim Jimmy Net worth

In 2020, Slim Jimmy’s estimated net worth was more than $ 4 million. The primary sources of income are music songs, albums, concerts, events, and worldwide.

His first album, “SremmLife,” has sold over a million copies in the United States. Jimmy participated in many tours and live performances with his brother, including the SremmLife Tour (2015) and the SremmLife 2 Tour (2016-2017).



From 2017 to 2018, he was hired to perform in more than 20 concerts in the United States and European countries.

Skinny Jimmy has come a long way from part-time work, living in rental cars and homes at a net worth of over a million. With his music and beautiful songs, he captured the hearts of people around the world.

Slim Jimmy Instagram

 

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