Mr. Cheeks Net Worth – Short bio, age, height, weight


Mr. Cheeks Net Worth

How much is Mr. Cheeks worth? For this question we spent 3 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.

The main source of income: Musicians
Total Net Worth at the moment 2024 year – is about $59,1 Million.



Mr. Cheeks information Birth date: March 28, 1971 Birth place: South Jamaica, New York City, New York, United States Profession:Soundtrack, Actor

Height, Weight

:How tall is Mr. Cheeks – 1,70m.
How much weight is Mr. Cheeks – 73kg


Mr. Cheeks Net Worth
Mr. Cheeks Net Worth
Mr. Cheeks Net Worth
Mr. Cheeks Net Worth


Mr. Cheeks (born Terrance Darren Kelly, March 28, 1971) is a Grammy Award winning rapper best known for his work with the musical group Lost Boyz, and his career as a solo artist.
Biography,1971–2000: Lost BoyzMr. Cheeks, who was mentored by his uncle Gil Scott-Heron, along with band mates Freaky Tah (1971–1999), Spigg Nice and Pretty Lou made up The Lost Boyz. The Lost Boyz practiced a sincere, literate, non-sensational style of New York hip-hop and produced a number of singles including, Lifestyles of the Rich and Shameless (1994), Jeeps, Lex Coups, Bimaz & Benz (1995) and Renee (1996). Lost Boyz gained worldwide critical acclaim following the release of the albums, Legal Drug Money in 1996, Love, Peace & Nappiness in 1997, and LB IV Life in 1999.In March 1999, Lost Boyz member, Freaky Tah, was murdered while leaving Mr. Cheeks birthday party in Queens, N.Y. After Tahs death the Lost Boyz effectively broke up, and Mr. Cheeks remained quiet.2001–09: Solo careerMr. Cheeks became a solo artist in 2001. His debut solo album, John P. Kelly, named for both his cousin and his grandfather, featured the hit single Lights, Camera, Action!. The album also included a collaboration with longtime friend and business partner, Stephen Marley, (son of legendary reggae artist Bob Marley) featuring the ballad Till We Meet Again (recorded in Freaky Tahs memory) and the reggae-flavored Mama Say”. In 2003, Mr. Cheeks released the follow-up album, Back Again! The single off the album was Crush On You and it featured Mario Winans. In the fall of 2003, Cheeks separated from Universal, forming his own label, Diane’s Boyz. Cheeks was also featured on Lil Kims single, The Jump Off. In 2004, he was also featured on R&B quartet Famils single, Finer Things and Minneapolis rapper Kookes two singles in 2004, Holla Back (feat. RL from NEXT) and New Money. On June 8, 2004, Mr. Cheeks released the album Ladies and Ghettomen, his third solo LP in as many years. Mr. Cheeks and Stephen Marley also created a record label, One Fam Music. Mr. Cheeks was scheduled to have another CD released in April 2006, even offering the first single What We Do for free on his website, however, the CD was never released and his website was taken down shortly thereafter. Later that year, he made a feature, rapping the hook, on Lakey The Kids single Q.U. Side.2010–present: Lost Boyz reunionIn 2010, Lost Boyz reunited, and released a single called Haaay. His most recent activities as a solo musician have included collaborations with R&B singer Ryan Michael (Sweet Luv), Stephen Marley (Iron Bars) and The SWATZ Brothas (My Crew Is Tight, Fantasy Time). Additionally, Cheeks has been entangled in a dispute with 50 Cent, in which he released the diss track: In 50 Cents Dreams. Mr. Cheeks is currently managed by Janet Williams of The Matriarch Agency.


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