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B smyth was an American rapper, R&B singer and songwriter. He was best known for his hit songs, Twerkaholic and Ride Good. Smyth rose to prominence after he released his first EP, The Florida Files on January 1, 2013. B. Smyth died of respiratory failure on Thursday morning, November 17. B Smyth net worth at the time of his death is roughly around $1.5 million.

Real Name Brandon Smith
Birthday March 12, 1994
Birthplace Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Profession Rapper, singer
Girlfriend (Rumored) Emily Ratajkowski
Net Worth $1.5 million
Died November 17, 2022

Early Life

B Smyth was born as the second child of his parents on March 12, 1994, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Smyth was just a kid when his father left the family. Then, he was brought up by his mother as a single parent. He has an older brother, Denzil, who always stood by his side and supported him throughout his life. Smyth didn’t complete his school as he had started getting success at 18 years of age.

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Smyth started off his career by posting covers of popular songs of the famous singers, Miguel, Michael Jackson, and Rihanna on his YouTube channel. His cover videos used to get more than 500,000 views. Due to his popular cover videos, he also got to perform at various high-profile talent shows. While performing at talent shows, he was compared with prominent artists such as Usher and Chris Brown.

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After getting recognized for his cover songs and talent shows, he was signed to Motown records where he connected well with fellow R&B star, Ne-Yo. Smyth dropped his first song, Leggo featuring 2 Chainz in 2012. Along with singing, he also showed his dance skill in the music video of his first single. His debut track peaked at Number 41 on the Hot R&B Songs list. Likewise, the song also peaked at Number 20 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles list.

Smyth released his debut EP, The Florida Files on October 15, 2013. The EP featured his six original songs including the song, Win Win, which is a collaboration song with rapper, Future. In 2014, he released one of his most popular songs, Twerkaholic. The music video of the song was dropped on April 23, 2014, and has racked up over 17 million views to date. Following then, he dropped nine songs including Creep with Young Thug, Gold Wrappers featuring Rick Ross, and Love Killa.

In 2021, he dropped two albums, It’s Yours For The Summer and Unreleased. Thereafter, he revisited Twerkaholic in the final week of October and then followed up with the second part, Twerkaholic, Pt. 2. In 2015, Smyth switched from Motown to ByStorm Entertainment and RCA Records. Following then. in December 2015, he dropped his first song titled “Creep” with ByStorm and RCA. The single was produced by record producer and rapper, Dun Deal.

Personal Life

B Smyth was rumored to be in a relationship with a lady named Emily Ratajkowski. However, there is no confirmation to the news as the late rapper never spoke about his relationship with his rumored former girlfriend. The famous R&B singer, Smyth died at the young age of 28 on November 17 after a long battle with pulmonary fibrosis. His older brother, Denzil broke the news to his fans saying that Smyth died from respiratory failure on Thursday.

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Denzil shared on his Instagram post that Smyth was hospitalized for a while following his struggle with his lung disease. He further revealed his little brother was in the ICU when he released his latest song, Twerkaholic Part 2. During the time, Smyth had asked his brother to make the video for him before he died so that his fans would know he had always appreciated them.

B Smyth Net Worth

B Smyth’s net worth is estimated to be around $1.5 million before he died on November 17, 2022. He gathered a whopping amount from his music career. Smyth was also earning a good amount from his official, YouTube page, which has 254K subscribers. His estimated annual income from YouTube was around $15K.

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