Lil Rob Bio, Age, Dating, Family, Education, Net worth, Songs, Albums

Lil Rob Biography

Roberto L. Flores, popularly known as Lil Rob is a Mexican-American rapper, producer, and actor. He has found commercial success with the release of Twelve Eighteen Part 1, which had been in regular rotation on radio stations outside of the West Coast thanks to the singles “Summer Nights”, and “Bring Out The Freak In You”.

Lil Rob Age/Nationality

He was born on 21 September 1975 and is currently 43 years old. Being born in San Diego, Oxnard, California, U.S., Rob is of American nationality and of Mexican ethnicity.

He grew up in La Colonia de Eden Gardens throughout his childhood. His birth/zodiac sign is currently not known.

Lil Rob Spouse/Dating

As of his relationship status, Lil Rob is a married man though he likes to keep it on the low.

Being married to Desiree Owens, there are no further details available about the marriage. They together have a son together who Rob calls Bobby Boy. Their marriage seems to be going strong since there is no news regarding any extramarital affairs at present.

Lil Rob Family

He was born in San Diego and raised in La Colonia de Eden Gardens, a Mexican-founded neighborhood in Solana Beach, California.

He was raised in a Mexican neighborhood near Solana Beach, California and in 1990, he began rapping publicly.

Lil Rob Education

As of education background, not much is known, he seems very personal about it. Information regarding his education will be updated as soon as we get to hear from him or from other sources.

Lil Rob Songs

♦  Summer Nights
♦  Linda Mujer
♦  Barely Getting By
♦  Soy Chingon

♦  I Remember
♦  No Soy de Ti
♦  Bring Out the Freak in You

♦  Natural High
♦  If You Should Lose Me
♦  Drinking on My Driveway

♦  Can We Ride
♦  Brown Crowd
♦  Brought Up in a Small Neighborhood

♦  Boo Hoo Hoo
♦  Hey There Ms. Brown
♦  Just One of Your Kisses

♦  I Know How It Feels
♦  Ooh Baby Baby
♦  Bluffin
♦  City That Everyone Knows

♦  I’m Still Riding Like That
♦  Oldie
♦  I Like the Way You Love Me

♦  Those Who Talk
♦  It’s My Life
♦  Saw You on the Dance Floor

♦  Let Me Come Back
♦  Back in the Streets
♦  Mexican Gangster

♦  Stuck With You
♦  Do My Thing

Lil Rob Career

Rob became interested in the world of music since his childhood years. Initially, he began performing under the name Lil Rob & the Brown Crowd in the early 1990s.

Since then, Lil Rob has released several studio albums including Crazy Life, Natural High, Can’t Keep a Good Man Down, The Album, Neighborhood Music, Twelve Eighteen (Part I), 1218 (Part II) and Love & Hate among others.

Apart from his career in the world of music, he has also appeared in several movies. Also, Rob has provided the soundtrack for ‘So You Think You Can Dance.’ Throughout his career, he has collaborated with artists like Mr. Shadow, Kid Frost, Frankie J, J. Cole, Ludacris, Far East Movement, Baby Bash, The Game, and Eric Bellinger among others.

Lil Rob Albums

◊  Neighborhood Music
◊  Crazy Life
◊  Twelve Eighteen, Pt. 1

◊  1218
◊  Natural High
◊  The Album

◊  R.I.P.
◊  1218 Part II
◊  Natural High Till I Die

◊  Till I Die
◊  High Till I Die Special Edition
◊  Lil Rob Instrumentals

◊  Instrumentals
◊  Chicano Classics
◊  Love & Hate

◊  Sad Girls Club
◊  Aberdeen the Album
◊  Resurekxion

◊  Troutman The Circle
◊  Going Solo
◊  Still Aint Good

◊  Still Smokin’
◊  Oldies Collection
◊  High Till I Die: Remix 2000

◊  DJ Supermix
◊  Brown Pride Riders Vol. 2
◊  The Last Laff EP

Lil Rob Net worth

As of 2019, his estimated net worth is currently $ 2Million dollars. Detailed information about his property, cars he owns, airplanes, luxuries, houses, the monthly/yearly salary are still not yet known and will be updated as soon as we get to hear from him or from other sources.

Lil Rob Movies

♣  Down for Life
♣  Big Stan
♣  Dirty 2005

♣  187 Shadow Lane
♣  The Yardsale
♣  Party Animalz

♣  Banging for the Calles 2006
♣  Tha Block: Vol. 2 2006
♣  Money, Power, Respect 2003

Lil Rob Trivia

When he was 18 years old, in 1994, his chin was shattered when he was shot in the jaw. Over time he renounced his gang affiliations and called for “Brown Pride” and unity between all Chicanos.

He was in conflict with Mr. Shadow, Royal T, the CEO of Low Profile Records, and Mister D, the CEO of Southland Records. Mr. Shadow would malign him on hit singles, “Shadow of Your Death”, “Excited” and “Excited 2”. These songs were from the album Till I Die.

One of the reasons why Mr. Shadow had problems with Rob was because Mr. Shadow claimed that Lil Rob was not from San Diego. Mr. Shadow claimed that he was from Solana Beach. Mr. Shadow felt that Lil Rob was lying to everyone about being raised in San Diego, California.

In 2005, on the Twelve Eighteen (Part I) album, Lil Rob would speak ill towards Mr. Shadow, on the song “I Who Have Nothing”.

Lil Rob feuded with Royal T, and eventually left his label, on account of marketing issues. Royal T, the executive producer of Low Profile Records, had created a scam that involved Lil Rob’s albums to have the same bar code as Royal T’s CDs, which resulted in Royal T automatically receiving the profits.

According to Lil Rob’s manager, Lil Rob sold over $1 million worth of his own CDs and didn’t receive a dime. As soon as Lil Rob left Low Profile, Lil Rob recorded a diss aimed towards Low Profile, entitled “The Last Laff” on The Last Laff EP.

Low Profile Records responded with a track entitled “Riders”, featuring Royal T, Payaso (Dukes Click), Lil’ Bandit & Mr. Sancho. Rob recorded another diss track entitled Call the Cops, directed at Royal T in 2002’s The Album. Also, he recorded diss tracks Bluffin, dissing directly at Royal T and Boo Hoo Hoo dissing both Royal T and Mr. Shadow off of 2004’s Neighborhood Music.

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Note: This biography is based on the available information as of 2023, and real-time updates or developments are being updated by our editorial team.