Slim Jxmmi Net Worth

By Mixxerly UPDATED: NOVEMBER 28, 2021

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About Slim Jxmmi

Aaquil Iben Shamon "Slim Jxmmi" Brown is an American rapper, singer, and songwriter. He is one half of the hip hop duo Rae Sremmurd with his brother Swae Lee. As of , Slim Jxmmi's estimated net worth is at least $10 Million.

In 2013, Slim Jxmmi and Swae Lee signed a record deal with Mike Will Made It's EarDrummers imprint. In January 2015, the duo released their debut album, SremmLife, which was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). In August 2016, the duo released their second album, SremmLife 2.

During that same year, the duo also created their own record label, called SremmLife Crew Records. The duo is best known for their single "Black Beatles" from SremmLife 2, which topped the US Billboard Hot 100, while also charting internationally in the top ten in many countries.

What is Slim Jxmmi's Net Worth?

As of , Slim Jxmmi's estimated net worth is at least $10M. The Brown brothers met Jemiah Middlebrooks in Tupelo while he was playing basketball at a local park. They decided to found a hip hop band called "Dem Outta St8 Boyz" with him. Aaquil took the stage name "CaliBoy," Khalif "Kid Krunk," and Jemiah "Lil Pantz." They used money from their part-time jobs to buy equipment and to produce music at home. The two brothers were composing their own beats and the trio were rapping. Visibly inspired by Soulja Boy Tell'Em, the boys released songs and dance videos on social media. It was at the same time that the group first met, and then later became friends with Jermarcus Jackson, aka JJ (today known as Jay Sremm), a young disc jockey, who was studying at Tupelo High School with the two brothers. He since became the DJ of the group. Shortly after, Bernadette Walker and her companion split up. Following the breakup, the two brothers started skipping school and working more seriously on music. They would return home at late hours, even when they had school the next morning. Their mother, fed up with their schedules, eventually kicked them out of her house, leaving them homeless. They began squatting in an abandoned house in the city with a friend of their stepfather's. They took advantage of the opportunity and organized parties in their new home in order to spread their music.

Early life of Slim Jxmmi

Aaquil Iben Shamon "Slim Jxmmi" Brown was born on December 29, 1991 in Whittier, California. Along with his brothers, Swae Lee & Michael, they were raised by their mother Bernadette Walker after their father abandoned the family.

Walker worked for the United States Army and her family was frequently relocated, with stays in Mississippi, Maryland, and Texas. Slim Jxmmi and Swae Lee started practicing, dancing, and writing music together at an early age.

While they were in middle school, the family moved to the Ida Street housing projects in Tupelo, Mississippi, to join Walker's new companion, a man named Floyd Sullivan.

Favorite Quotes from Slim Jxmmi

“You can have nothing and be sad, or you can have nothing and be, like, positive and look at it in a good way and try to make your circumstance better.” – Slim Jxmmi

“Sometimes I want to yell on this track; I want to yell the whole song, and I don’t think nothing’s wrong with that, but the older generation feel like you can’t.” – Slim Jxmmi

“It’s always nice to make friends; friends are good. Slim Jimmy Good Friends Nice Always My brother makes beats, and I DJ.” – Slim Jxmmi

“No Flex Zone’ is when somebody walks in and accuses you of stealing their cellphone, and you didn’t, and you know in your pocket you have enough money to buy their cellphone, and you have your own.” – Slim Jxmmi

If people see me out and I have a stank face on, they think I’m mad because of that, but I’m mad at them because they want me to be mad. I’m always singing ‘Unforgettable’ when it comes on in the club, but people look at me like, ‘Is it OK if I dance to this?’ It’s no competition. We’re brothers. At the end of the day, we’re getting a bag.” – Slim Jxmmi

Slim Jxmmi Net Worth