Headkrack is a Rapper and radio personality best recognized for his work on The Rickey Smiley Morning Show. He is also well-known for his role as co-host of the television show Dish Nation. In January 2020, he debuted The Morning Hustle, his syndicated radio show. On his Headkrack Instagram account, he has over 290,000 followers.
Headkrack was born in the Bronx, New York, US. He is around 35 years old.
Headkrack stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 8 in/1.72 m tall.
His educational background, including the schools and universities he attended, is still unknown. We will update this section after we have received the information.
Headkrack grew up in the Bronx, New York, with his parents. However, he has not mentioned his parents or siblings; as soon as we obtain more information, we will update it.
Lester is a young man who enjoys his life and job but keeps his personal life to himself. He is married, yet he never mentions her.
The offspring of Headkrack have not been identified. We are keeping a watch on him and will keep you updated if we find anything concerning his children.
Headkrack Net Worth
Headkrack’s net worth is approximated to be between $1 million and 5 million dollars.
Headkrack is a media personality, actor, DJ, and hip-hop artist from the United States. The Bronx native’s radio career began with him holding the #1 nighttime spot at Dallas’ 97.9 FM The Beat, which led to him co-hosting “The Rickey Smiley Morning Show” and the front line Reach Media program “The Morning Hustle.”
Along with music, he also dabbles in comedy with his traveling production of “Results May Vary.” A show that skillfully blends humor, stand-up comedy, traditional improv, hip-hop, and audience participation. “Black Angels” (2009), “Archer” (2015), “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” (2014), “Dish Nation” (2011-Present), “Rickey Smiley For Real”, “Star” (2017-2019), “Canal Street” (2019), and various stage productions are among the recent movies in which the actors have appeared.
Aside from being a creative voice-over character, “HK” is frequently asked to speak at youth events and motivational speaking engagements, as well as represent hip-hop culture on platforms such as CNN and MSNBC.