Huey was born in Kinloch, Missouri, United States on January 1st, 1989 and is the Rapper. At the age of 31, Huey biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, songs, and networth are available.

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January 1, 1989
United States
Place of Birth
Kinloch, Missouri, United States
Death Date
Jun 25, 2020 (age 31)
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Huey Life

Lawrence Franks, Jr. (born January 1, 1989), better known by his stage name Huey, is an American rapper from St. Louis, Missouri.

Franks is best known for his 2006 debut single, "Pop, Lock & Drop It."

Early life

Lawrence Franks Jr. was born in Kinloch, Missouri, where he was born on September 12, 1987. fidelity as a child, he moved to Walnut Park in St. Louis, and as a youth, he returned to St. Louis County. In an interview, he described his neighborhood as having "a lot of drugs and, of course, a little bit of violence" and that his growing up in a difficult area inspired his rap lyrics. Franks, the youngest of four children, recalled his childhood as "very difficult" and said, "My mama and daddy were on drugs." My brother was in and out of jail. My foster parents were hounding me. It was mad."


Huey Career


Huey began producing hip hop beats at the age of 15. Franks was referred to producer Angela Richardson, who was establishing a rap band, by his older brother. Franks first appeared on Huey, and his albums "Oh" and "Pop, Lock & Drop It" became local hits among DJs and promoters. Huey was featured on a series of mixtapes, one of which, Unsigned Hype, sold out of its run of 8,000 copies, and producer TJ Chapman, who introduced the rapper to Vice President of Jive Records, Mickey "MeMpHiTz" Wright, noticed it in 2006.

Notebook Paper, Huey's debut album for the brand, was released in mid-2007 and AllMusic described it as a mash-up of Nelly, Chingy, and Ludacris. The album debuted at number 26 on the Billboard 200 chart and at number ten on the Top R&B/Hip Albums chart. Its lead single, "Pop, Lock & Drop It," debuted at number 6 on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming his biggest hit to date. Nelly's refusal to work with Huey on his debut album resulted in two diss tracks "Down, Down, Baby" starring Tha Camp Boyz and "Back at Cha." "When I Hustle" featured singer Lloyd was Notebook Paper's next single. Huey appeared on R Kelly's album Double Up in 2007 and was featured on the song "Pick it Up."

After many delays, Huey's second album, Redemption, was released on September 14, 2010. "Smile and Wave," Dorrough's first official single from the album, was unveiled on June 15, 2010. Huey criticizes his opponents in "Smile and Wave."

Huey revealed in 2013 that he had officially signed with Waka Flocka Flame's Brick Squad Monopoly and was working on his third album. Huey's mixtape Project H debuted on May 14, 2014, but not much has transpired from his move to Brick Squad and Huey, and the music scene has been relatively quiet in recent years. Huey had just started a business in luxurious clothing before his death, according to music executive William "Quayshaun" Carter, who worked with Huey in the 2010s, "and it was successful and he was content."


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