How much is Lil Flip worth? - Wondering how wealthy & rich is Lil Flip? Or maybe you\u2019re just curious about Lil Flip's age, body measurements, height, weight, hair color, eye color, bra & waist size, bio, wiki, wealth and salary?\n\n\n\n\n\n Wesley Weston, Jr. , (March 3, 1982) better known as Lil 'Flip is an American rapper born in Houston, Texas. The most popular and respected freestyles rappers from the south. \n \n\nLil_Flip's Biography \n beginnings \n He is known for his freestyle style, and for being one of the first rappers from Houston to start in the mainstream and be recognized throughout the world of rap. Lil 'Flip received the title of "Freestyle King" from the legendary DJ Screw. He has also been a member of Screwed Up Click. \n Musical career \n Flip's first studio album was The Leprechaun, released on July 18, 2000 under an independent production company, and selling more than 200,000 copies. The only single that went on sale was "I Can Do Dat". This was the album with which Flip would begin his musical career and his rise in the music scene and in the world of rap coming out of his role as freestyle rapper, although he continued making recordings of that type. To date, more than 41 mixtapes, an underground album and around 100 appearances on songs by various artists have been attributed to him. \n He had an important dispute with the Atlanta rapper, TI, in those years.The feud began when Flip went to Atlanta to a concert and supposedly said something derogatory about IT, from this the underground radios and the radio stations quickly echoed. Hip-Hop, IT (who was in jail at the time) learned about this and did not like it. Once he left, he said that Flip took advantage of the fact that he was in jail to say that and from there T.I. he "dedicated" a series of songs in which he insulted Flip and despised him. Flip in turn also did the same. Actually this confrontation occurred because Flip said that T.I. it was not the "King Of South" (title that had been assigned T.I.) but he was the only "King Of South". And for a time they were playing that title (they even came to light mixtapes like: T.I. vs. Lil 'Flip: Fight For The Throne). The matter calmed down when J. Prince "forced" them to speak and thus resolve the feud. \n His second album went on sale on August 27, 2002 and took the title, Undaground Legend and only in its first week sold more than 70,000 albums, this motivated Flip more that soon after would launch a Bonus that included 7 more songs The only single released was "The Way We Ball", although only hit on the list of R & B. Flip accused T.I. (during the fight) of having copied the title for his album Urban Legend. \n U Gotta Feel Me is the name of their third album which went on sale on March 30, 2004, is a two disc edition with a total of 21 songs. The disc sold 198,000 only in its first week and more than two million copies in total and reaching the position 4 # in the list of the United States, becoming thus its greater album of success to date the disc became double platinum . This time there were two singles for the occasion, the first was "Game Over" (which used as instrumental the tone that had the Pac-Man) that reached the position 15 # of the main list and was used in the film Blade : Trinity, and the second single was "Sunshine" with Lea that reached the second position, thus becoming his most successful song. \n A year later he released a single called "What It Do" in collaboration and produced by Mannie Fresh which promoted the next Flip album called I Need Mine. But the album would not reach the record stores until March 27, 2007. It is unknown why the disc was delayed so much on its release. After the album appeared on sale Flip released a second single called "Ghetto Mindstate" with Lyfe Jennings. \n After this album Flip returned to his frestyle now from his YouTube account, called CloverG TV where he offers videos of what he does best and so he earned respect in the world of rap, freestyle underground songs. < \/ p>\n In 2009 he surprised everyone with a new album called Respect Me and the second part of a previous album; which he called Underground Legend Part 2. The first was moderately successful, but respectable, however the second was almost completely ignored, it is more rare to find a copy of this album. \n That same year he founded his own independent production company called Clover G, from where he started independently releasing all his albums. In 2010, it launched Ahead of My Time with hardly any impact on the music market. Around this time Flip declared bankruptcy. \n In an interview I confirm that he has already recovered financially and that he intends to launch a new album very soon, although he has never stopped releasing mixtapes. In 2013 The Black Dr. Kevorkian saw the light of day. The album had little success and no single went on sale. \n\n\n\n\n\nLil Flip Net Worth - $4 Million\n\n\n\n\n\nMore Facts about Lil Flip\n\nThe Lil Flip's statistics like age, body measurements, height, weight, bio, wiki, net worth posted above have been gathered from a lot of credible websites and online sources. But, there are a few factors that will affect the statistics, so, the above figures may not be 100% accurate.