Gift of Gab : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children , Cause of Death and Biography

Gift of Gab ( Timothy Jerome Parker ) was an American rapper know all about him in this article as like his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children , Cause of Death and Biography

Name Gift of Gab
Birthdate ( Age) 1971
Place of Birth Sacramento, California, United States
Died 18 June 2021
Real Nme  Timothy Jerome Parker
Marital Status Unmarried
Wife/Partner Not Known
Children Not
Parents Not Known
Profession American rapper
Net Worth $1 Million-$5Million

Timothy Jerome Parker ( Gift of Gab )

Timothy Jerome Parker better known by his pseudonym Gift of Gab, was an American rapper best known for performing within the Bay Area hip hop duo Blackalicious along side DJ Chief Xcel. He was also a member of Quannum Projects, a Bay Area hip hop crew and record label, and performed and recorded as a solo artist.

Early Life and Family

Timothy Jerome Parker was born on October 7, 1970 in Sacramento, California. He had two brothers and a sister. He attended highschool in Sacramento together with his future bandmate Xavier “Chief Xcel” Mosley. He met his Blackalicious partner Chief Xcel while the 2 were attending highschool in Sacramento, California. At the time, he’d been known by the pseudonym Gabby T. the 2 parted ways after highschool but came together again in 1992 to make Blackalicious.

Gift of Gab Wife

No any information available on social Media about his relationship status and youngsters .Most probebaly Gift of Gab is single person and he had no any children.He is survived by two brothers, one sister, many nieces and nephews, countless friends, and fans across the globe. 

Gift of Gab Net Worth

Gift of Gab, was an American rapper best known for performing within the Bay Area hip hop who has an estimated Net Worth of $1 Million-$5 Million in 2021.

Professional Career

Gift of Gab was often praised by critics for his rapping skills – Allmusic says he was “one of the very finest MCs to ever devour a microphone”, “one of the simplest underground rappers within the business”,”his raps are full of internal rhymes, allusions, metaphors, ten-cent words, and amazing tongue-twisting feats of skill”,and he has been ready to “redefine the art of lyrical technique”.Peter Shapiro described him as “a walking encyclopedia of MCing styles”,Pitchfork Media mentioned his “astonishing verbal dexterity and enunciation”,Popmatters said he features a “nearly impenetrable reputation for style and innovation”, and Stylus Magazine called him “one of the highest MCs within the game”.

Gift of Gab was featured on Galactic’s album From the Corner to the Block (2007). He collaborated with DJ Z-Trip on the track “Go Hard” for the All-Pro Football 2K8 Soundtrack. He also released The Prelude EP with Lateef the Truthspeaker and Headnodic because the Mighty Underdogs. He went on to try to to a song called “All In” with The Grouch & Eligh. He was also featured on the track “The People Tree” on the 2009 N.A.S.A. release “The Spirit of Apollo”.

In 2002, Gift of Gab contributed to hotdog + Riot: The Music and Spirit of Fela Kuti, a compilation CD released by the hotdog Organization in tribute to the music and work of Nigerian musician, Fela Kuti, that raised money for various charities dedicated to raising AIDS awareness and fighting the disease. He collaborated with hip hop artist Lateef the Truthspeaker to remake Fela Kuti’s song, “Kalakuta Show.”

In addition to the present , Gift of Gab collaborated with Del the Funky Homosapien and Brother Ali on the track “Dreamin'” on his solo album, Escape 2 Mars, also as making tracks with DJ Vadim, Cut Chemist, Ben Harper and Chali 2na of Jurassic 5.He also featured on fellow San Francisco rapper Watsky’s song “Everything Turns Gold”, and therefore the track “They Warned Us” by Watsky’s jazz-rap fusion band Invisible Inc.