- Nicknamed "The King of Crunk."
- Started performing as part of the group Lil Jon & the East Side Boyz; they released their debut album, Get Crunk, Who U Wit: Da Album, in 1997.
- Was the producer (as well as a writer and a featured performer) of Usher's 2004 No. 1 hit "Yeah!"
- Named Songwriter of the Year in both the pop and urban categories at the 2005 BMI Awards.
- Released his first album as a solo artist, Crunk Rock, in 2010.
- Played for the United Methodist Children's Home of North Georgia Conference when he appeared on Celebrity Apprentice in 2011; when he returned to the show two seasons later, his charity was the American Diabetes Association.
- 2005, People's Choice Awards — Favorite Combined Forces: Winner
- 2004, Grammy — Best Rap/Sung Collaboration: Winner
- Slade Smith — Son
- Nicole Smith — Wife
- Attended St. Joseph's University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States; Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, United States (1993)
- Birth Name: Jonathan Smith
- Birth Place: Atlanta, Georgia, United States
- Profession: Rapper
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