Rapper who first made a name for himself with his independently-released 1999 album Still Grinden/ 2001. He later found popularity through tracks like "My City Pt. II," "6. 1. 8." and "Hey Shawty."
He grew up in East St. Louis, Illinois and began rapping at age thirteen.
The first word in his stage name stands for "ready and willing."
His real name is Maurice Hines. He has a daughter named Fenyx.
He featured Twista on 2011's "My City Pt. II."