Lil Keed Net Worth

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Net Worth $ 1,000,000
Real name Raqhid Jevon Render
Source of Wealth Rapping
Profession Rapper
Spouse/Partner Quana Bandz
Date of Birth Mar 16, 1998
Zodiac Pisces
Age 25
Died May 13, 2022
Gender Male
Height 186 cm / 6 ft 1 inch
Nationality American
Siblings Lil Gotit


Lil Keed is an American rapper, signed under Young Thug’s record label YSL - Young Stoner Life.

Lil Keed released three studio albums in his lifetime, including collaborations with other YSL members. His music belongs to the hip-hop/trap genre.

At the time of his death, Lil Keed’s net worth was estimated at $1 million.

Early life

Lil Keed, born Raqhid Jevon Render, grew up in Atlanta, Georgia. He came from a big family; he had six brothers and one sister, with his youngest brother being the famous rapper Lil Gotit, born Semaja Render.

His parents separated at an early age but were both present throughout his life. He initially started making music with his brother, Lil Gotit, in 2016. They uploaded their music online and got some local support.

When he was young, he worked in local McDonald’s and Subway stores but spent a lot of time in studios trying to create music almost daily.


In an interview with HotNewHipHop, Keed explained how he became a part of YSL. As he stated, ‘he was always YSL, simply by being from the same neighborhood.’ He and Young Thug were acquaintances from a long time ago, but one day Thug came to the apartments where they used to hang out, and Keed’s brother called him and told Keed to come. Reportedly, it was Young Thug’s mom that told him to sign Lil Keed to YSL, and the rest was history.[1]

In 2018, Lil Keed released his single “Slatt Rock” along with his mixtape “Trapped on Cleveland 2”. Later in 2018, both Lil Keed and his younger brother Lil Gotit appeared on Lil Uzi Vert’s song “Heavy Metal.”

By the end of 2018, Lil Keed released his second mixtape - “Keed Talk to ‘Em,” featuring 21 Savage, Trippie Redd, Lil Durk, Lil Yachty, and Brandy.

In 2019, Keed appeared as a featured artist on Lil Gotit’s song “Drop The Top,”, and a couple of days later, Lil Keed released his own new song, “Move It,” featuring the popular Migos member - Offset.

In March 2019, Lil Keed was nominated for the #10 spot for the XXL Freshman cover. A month later, Keed released his new single “Oh My God,” followed by “Proud of Me,” featuring YSL owner - Young Thug.

At the same time, Lil Keed released his fourth studio album, “Long Live Mexico,” with the title being a dedication to his friend Mexico who passed away earlier that year while Lil Keed was on tour with Trippie Redd. The album featured artists like Gunna, Lil Uzi Vert, Roddy Ricch, YNW Melly, and Young Thug. The album reached #26 on the Billboard 200 and #11 on the Hot Rap Albums Chart. The “Long Live Mexico” album would turn out to be his most successful one.

Later in 2019, Lil Keed was a featured artist on Future’s single “Undefeated.” He later released the music videos for “HBS” and “Churches Peppers.”

In September 2019, Keed released “Saliva” and “Swap It Out,” followed by “Brotherly Love,” a collaboration with Lil Gotit.

In 2020, Keed announced his newest album - “Trapped On Cleveland 3”, followed by his collab with Lil Yachty, Lil Gotit, and Zaytoven for the single “A-Team.” The album included guest appearances by 42 Dugg, Future, Gunna, Lil Baby, Travis Scott, Young Thug, and Ty Dolla Sign.

In April 2020, he released “No Dealings,” followed by “Wavy,” which was not on the album “Trapped on Cleveland 3”, but the remix featured rapper Travis Scott.

In June 2020, Keed released “Fox 5”, featuring Gunna. While the music video shooting was taking place, a shooting occurred, which resulted in two people being injured.

He later released “She Know,” featuring Lil Baby.[2]

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Personal life

Lil Keed was in a relationship with Quana Bandz for the last seven years of his life. The couple shared a daughter, and at the time of his death, Quana was pregnant with his second child.

His first child, a daughter named Naychur, was three years old at the time of his passing.

His girlfriend, in a post that confirmed his passing, shared a screenshot of a positive pregnancy test with Lil Keed, showing the couple was excited about expanding their family. In the same Instagram post, Quana mentioned that the couple planned to marry.


Lil Keed passed away on 13 May 2022 due to liver and kidney failure. The autopsy following his death turned out to be inconclusive, and more tests were needed.

An official statement was never released and in an interview with DJ Smallz Eyes, Quana stated that she hates when people ask her what happened to Lil Keed.[3]


Lil Keed is an American rapper, mostly famous for being a part of the controversial record label YSL, owned by Young Thug.

At the time of his death, Lil Keed’s net worth was estimated at $1 million.


  1. Zidel, A. (2022) Young thug's YSL records: From blood relatives to life-long friends & more, HotNewHipHop. Available at: (Accessed: November 24, 2022).

  2. Lil Keed (2022) Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation. Available at: (Accessed: November 24, 2022).

  3. Do not ask Quana Bandz this question about Lil Keed (2022) YouTube. YouTube. Available at: (Accessed: November 24, 2022).