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Big Lean was born on 11 February, 1989 in Toronto, Canada. At 31 years old, Big Lean height not available right now. We will update Big Lean's height soon as possible.
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|Big Lean Age||33 years old|
|Born||11 February 1989|
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He is currently single. He is not dating anyone. We don't have much information about He's past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, He has no children.
Big Lean Net Worth
He net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Big Lean worth at the age of 33 years old? Big Lean’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from Canada. We have estimated Big Lean's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2022||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2022||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2021||Pending|
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Lean signed Ryda to his independent label Da Degrees, the pair subsequently released the singles "Dumb Rich" on April 19, 2019 and "Drop" on June 28, 2019. During this time he also featured on Zoe Grind's song ATL alongside R.O.Z. He teamed up with Murda Beatz to release the single "Action" on July 26, 2019.
Lean enlisted British rapper Giggs, to feature on his second track of 2018; "Hermes". The single was released by British media outlet GRM Daily on February 8, 2018. In the same year, Lean released the singles "Julie", "Don't Stop" and "Motivation". Big Lean was featured on 6ixBuzz's compilation album 6ixUpsideDown released on October 19, 2018 with the single "M.I.A." alongside Safe.
After releasing a freestyle of "Leg Over", Big Lean was featured on the single In The Morning by Mr Eazi. The song peaked at number 7 on the Billboard charts and a music video released on March 1, 2017. Big Lean appeared on 6ixBuzz's 2018 compilation album 6ixUpsideDown, which peaked at 87 on the Canadian Albums Chart, with the single "M.I.A." alongside Safe.
A remix of his single "Stamina" featuring PartyNextDoor was released on January 7, 2017, and was placed on OVO Sound Radio and subsequently led to Big Lean supporting the artist on his international tour. In March 2017, he released the single "On Deck" After releasing a freestyle over "Leg Over", Big Lean was featured on the single In The Morning by Mr Eazi. The song peaked at number 7 on the Billboard charts on February 25, 2017, and a music video released on March 1, 2017. He collaborated with the afrobeats singer again in August 2017 on "Long Time" and was produced by Juls. In December 2017, Big Lean was on the Noisey's documentary 6IX RISING. The 75-minute documentary showcased Toronto's hip-hop scene alongside other Canadian rap artists.
Lean made a return to music in late 2014 with the release of "Everything's alright". It was produced by Pro Logic and was the first promotional single for his upcoming studio album. The music video contained cameos from Sizzla and Jimmy Prime. Big Lean released his debut studio album Enough is Enough on September 4, 2015. The album was also supported by two singles including "Benjamins" featuring Juelz Santana which was released on March 6, 2015 and the single "California Water" featuring Nipsey Hussle. A music video for the single was released a year later on June 8, 2016. The non-album singles "Wavy" featuring Halal Gang member Mo-G was released on February 29, 2016 and "More Than Music" was released on March 13, 2016. Big Lean released the single "Stamina" on September 11, 2016 after receiving a shoutout from Drake earlier in the year. Lean also made an appearance on the single "Ya Ya" by Baka Not Nice released on November 6, 2016.
He subsequently released his third mixtape Can't Stop Now in 2014 with features from Chief Keef, Juicy J and Chinx Drugz and his debut album Enough is Enough was released in 2015 with features from Nipsey Hussle, Juelz Santana and was executively produced by Lean's longtime friend, Boi-1da. The album received a 7/10 rating by Exclaim!.
He released the single "My Lifestyle" on December 27, 2012, and featured Chief Keef. The following year, he released the single "Too much for TV" featuring Juicy J and the single "Squeeze" featuring Chinx Drugz with a music video released on September 6, 2013. All singles went on to be featured on his third mixtape mixtape "Can't Stop Now" was released on July 15, 2013.
It wasn't until 2011 when he saw his first commercial breakthrough. DJ Charlie Brown released his first single "Reality", which saw him put together a collection of Toronto artists including P. Reign, Belly, Jahvon & Big Lean. It was released on February 9, 2011. This brought Lean into the spotlight of other commercially successful artists as well as the DJ entering the rap industry. He also released his debut single "You Got It Good" on March 22, 2011. Big Lean dropped his sophomore mixtape Something Gotta Give in October 11, 2011. It featured guest appearances from R.O.Z. and Sizzla, and Boi-1da served as executive producer of the album.
Big Lean began making music at the age of 19, two years after his friend and rapper Blits (Kareme Parks) was shot dead as he felt that he should carry on his friends legacy. Lean started releasing numerous freestyles and tracks to little success. He released his debut mixtape I'm Here Now on November 25, 2010, where the majority of the production was handled by Boi-1da and a vocal feature from Belly. It also contained production from his childhood friend "Yung Tony" now known as OVO Hush, a mutual friend of Drake.
In 2010, Big Lean founded his own independent record label Da Degrees (formerly known as 380 Degrees) with long time friend Joel Anthony Alexander (stage name; Lotto Max). Lean is currently self-signed to the label, having released all his mixtapes and albums through the label. Other artists signed to the label include Lean's long time friend and rapper R.O.Z., more recent artists signed to the label included Ryda, who was added to the roster in 2018. Lean has stated that it is important for Toronto artists to embrace a "for us by us" approach to accumulate support and often so a co-sign is needed for these artists to solidify themselves. He hopes that fans of Toronto music don’t forget that these musicians have been through it and that they live what they rap.
Big Lean's older brother, who was known by friend and family as "Bigga", passed away in 2002. A person Lean describes as a major influence in his life, stating that he never smoked marijuana because of his older brother. The loss of his older brother made Lean turn to the streets and focus less on his studies. Lean attended numerous high schools but due to his poor attendance, this led to his expulsion. He dropped out of high school before he finished his senior year due to frustration.
Lorenzo Lee-Jae Wright (born February 11, 1989), better known by his stage name Big Lean, is a Canadian rapper and songwriter from Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Lean began making music in 2008, two years after his friend and rapper Blits was shot dead as he felt that he should carry on his friends legacy. He gained attention in 2011 being featured on the single "Reality" by DJ Charlie Brown released alongside other Toronto artists P. Reign, Belly and Jahvon. He is independently signed to the label Da Degrees.
Lorenzo Lee-Jae Wright was born on February 11, 1989, and was raised in Parma Court which is located in the Scarborough area of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Both his parents were Jamaican immigrant and he was one of three children. He was left to be raised by his mother alone after his parents split up when he was a child. Lorenzo gained the nickname "Lean" as a child after a friend of his misheard his mother calling him "Lee", a shortened version of his middle name "Lee-Jae." Lorenzo went on to use the moniker "Big Lean" as his stage name. Lean has stated that his mother was very supportive in life and told him that he can achieve anything he put his mind too.