Jasiel Amon Robinson, born September 20, 1980, known professionally as Yung Joc, is an American rapper who is recognized for his 2006 hit single “It’s Goin’ Down”. Yung Joc also appeared on Cassie’s album track “Call U Out” and Danity Kane’s song “Show Stopper” from Diddy’s Making The Band 4.
|Full Name:||Jasiel Amon Robinson|
|Date of Birth:||September 20, 1980|
|Place of Birth:||Atlanta, Georgia|
|State of Origin:||Georgia|
|Net Worth:||$4 million|
Early Life and Education
The father of Yung Joc, who ran a business making hair care products, gave him the chance to work on a Revlon jingle.
Yung Joc then established his own record label, “Mastermind,” to distribute his music.
The smash song “It’s Goin Down” was recorded by Robinson and Atlanta producer Nitti Beatz in the spring of 2005.
Following their collaboration, Russell “Block” Spencer, the head of the Block Enterprises label, signed Robinson to Sean Combs’ Bad Boy South for a significant sum of money, and Bad Boy published Robinson’s debut album, New Joc City, that same year.
Yung Joc also appeared on Cassie’s album track Call U Out and Danity Kane’s song “Show Stopper” from Diddy’s Making The Band 4.
Robinson, who earned almost $10 million that year, was listed as No. 20 on “Forbes’ Richest Rappers List” in 2006.
“It’s Goin’ Down” peaked at No. 1 on the Hot Rap Tracks chart and No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100.
“I Know U See It,” the next single, peaked at No. 17 on the Hot 100 and No. 2 on the Hot Rap Tracks charts.
In 2007, Robinson’s Hustlenomics album was released. It included the singles “Coffee Shop” and “Bottle Poppin’,” which were performed by The-Dream and Gorilla Zoe (featuring Gorilla Zoe).
The newly released album, Hustlenomics debuted at number three on the Billboard 200 after selling 69,000 copies in its first week of availability.
According to Nielsen Soundscan, it had sold about 197,000 copies as of April 2009. Robinson appeared on “Lookin Boy,” a song by the hip-hop trio Hotstylz, his protégés and label signees, in 2007.
The 2008 hit singles “Get Like Me” by David Banner, “So Fly” by Slim, and “Beep” by Bobby V all had Robinson. He appeared on the Day26 song “Imma Put It on Her” from 2009.
Yung Joc Net Worth
Yung Joc is a top American rapper with a net worth of $4 million. He is one of the prolific rappers in the United States.
- New Joc City (2006)
- Hustlenomics (2007)
- The Grind Flu (2009)
- Mr. Robinson’s Neighborhood (2017)
On Sunday, November 7, 2021, Yung Joc married Kendra Robinson, a prominent cast member of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta.
Robinson has nine children as of 2022 from five different women.
- Instagram: @joclive
- Twitter: @IAMYUNGJOC