LePreston Porter, better known by his stage name Snootie Wild, is an American rapper and singer. He is best known for his first single, "Yayo", whose success helped launch his career. The song charted in the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. In October 2013, it was announced that a fellow Memphis-based rapper, Yo Gotti, had signed Wild to his Collective Music Group imprint. In September 2014, Wild released his first extended play, Go Mode. The EP's second single, "Made Me", peaked at number 93 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart, becoming the highest charting single of his career.
|Birth name:||LePreston Porter|
|Also known as:||Snootie Wild|
|Born:||April 23, 1985, Memphis, Tennessee|
|Labels:||Heartland, Collective, Epic|
|Associated acts:||Gunplay, K Camp, Yo Gotti, Zed Zilla|
About Snootie Wild
Energetic artist who used his talent as a freestyler to build a rap career and put his troubled past behind him. His 2014 hit song "Yayo" caught the attention of fellow Tennessee rapper , who included a remix of the song on his mixtape titled November 19.
Snootie Wild Before Fame
He was on the verge of quitting music before answering what would become a life-changing phone call, a call that led to his first paid show and a positive momentum swing for his career.
Achievement of Snootie Wild
One of his most memorable shows was in front of a sold out crowd at New York City's legendary venue B.B. Kings.
Snootie Wild Family Life
He grew up with four sisters. His name of Snootie pays homage to his father.
Associations of Snootie Wild
Information related to Snootie Wild
- Rappers from Memphis, Tennessee
- Southern hip hop musicians
- Epic Records artists