A recent report estimated Lil Twist’s wealth at $2 million. A few of Lil Twist’s mixtape titles are “Year Book,” “The Takeover,” “The Golden Child,” and “3 Weeks in Miami.” He frequently works with Lil Wayne, who appears on his songs “The Leak” and “Love Affair.” Both the “We Are Young Money” and “Young Money: Rise of an Empire” compilation albums featuring Lil Twist, who is signed to Lil Wayne’s label.
Lil Twist Early Life
Christopher Lynn Moore, better known by his stage name Lil Twist, was born on January 11th, 1993 in the city of Dallas, Texas. Due to the fact that he left high school after only one year, he was never able to receive his diploma.
Lil Twist Career Beginnings
Lil Twist got his start in the music industry at a very young age. At the age of ten, he issued his first song, which was titled “The Texas Twist.” It was a success on the regional charts in Dallas, and it lasted at the top spot for a total of six weeks in a row. At a concert held in Tyler, Texas, a couple of years later, Lil Twist served as the opening act for fellow rap artist Lil Wayne.
Lil Twist Mixtapes
The digital download version of Lil Twist’s debut mixtape, titled “Year Book,” was made available in August of 2009. The mixtape was responsible for the creation of the hit “The Leak,” which featured Lil Wayne. After this, he continued to release his mixtapes through digital distribution, the most recent of which being “Class President,” which was made available in November.
The album “Class President” featured the single “Love Affair,” on which Lil Wayne was also featured. Both “The Takeover” (2010) and “The Golden Child” (2011) were released by Lil Twist in their respective years.
He collaborated with the rapper Khalil on the mixtape he released in 2012 titled “3 Weeks in Miami.” After the release of “The Golden Child 2” in 2016, Lil Twist did not issue another mixtape until 2018. This mixtape was used to launch two singles: “Pyrex,” which featured Cory Gunz, and “Good Credit,” which featured Foolie Fame.
Lil Twist Compilations Albums
Young Money Entertainment is responsible for the release of compilation albums, and Lil Twist has contributed to some of these albums. On the 2009 album “We Are Young Money,” he performed the track “Girl, I Got You” with Lil Chuckee, and appeared alongside many of the album’s other performers on “Finale.”
The album “We Are Young Money” was such a huge success that it debuted at number nine on the Billboard 200 chart and went on to become number one on the Top Rap Albums chart.
Ultimately, the RIAA certified the album as gold. Later, in 2014, Lil Twist had an appearance on “Young Money: Rise of an Empire,” the second compilation album released by Young Money Entertainment. He performed on the track “Bang” alongside Euro and Cory Gunz; on “One Time” alongside Tyga and YG; and again with Tyga on “Back it Up.”
Lil Twist Other Collaborations
On songs that were not included on albums, Lil Twist has worked with a number of different musicians. In 2010, he co-wrote and co-produced the single “Little Secret” with Bow Wow. After that, the following year, he issued “New Money,” which included Mishon, and the following year after that, he issued “Turn’t Up,” which featured Busta Rhymes.
On the songs of other artists, such as Khalil’s “Hey Lil Mama,” Chrystian’s “Go,” Miley Cyrus’s “Do What I Want,” and various tracks by Justin Bieber, such as “Twerk” and “Wind It,” Lil Twist has also made guest appearances. In addition, he was a featured artist on the track “Popular” from Lil Wayne’s album “I Am Not a Human Being,” which was released in 2010, and he was a featured artist on the track “Ball Hard” from Lil Wayne’s album “Funeral,” which was released in 2020.
Lil Twist Legal Problems
Lil Twist has run into legal issues on numerous occasions. He was pulled over for DUI in Calabasas, California in the summer of 2013 while operating Justin Bieber’s high-end sports car at speeds close to 70 mph in an area with a 30 mph speed restriction.
After attacking actor brothers Kyle and Christopher Massey with four other people a few years later, Lil Twist was charged with burglary, grand theft, battery, assault with a deadly weapon, and making criminal threats. Late in 2016, he entered a guilty plea, and a one-year term was given to him. He was released after serving slightly over seven weeks.