Timeline of 40 Glocc
|Date of Birth:||1974 , December-16|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Birth Place/City||Houston, Texas|
|Weight in KG||81 kg|
|Married to||Caroline Boyer (m. 2006)|
|Education||Georgia Southern University|
|TV Show||Academy of Country Music Awards|
|Net Worth||$ 7 Million|
|Birth Name||Thomas Luther Bryan|
|Working For||Nation Team of England football,Liverpool|
|Famous for||Singer ,songwriter ,guitarist ,pianist|
|Awards||Academy of Country Music Awards|
|Shoe Size||9 (US)|
|Sisters||Vickie Lynn Swayze|
|Affair with||John Andersson|
|Albums||Head or Heart|
|Special Title||Miss January 1999|
|Books||Girl Walks into a Bar . . .: Comedy Calamities|
There is no information about his personal life, like his love affairs, his girlfriend, his married life and his wife. There is also no nay information about his children. Maybe, he loves to keep his personal matters secret and wants to keep it away from the press.
Lawrence White (40 Glocc) negotiated a deal with Empire Musicwerks, with distribution by BMG. From that deal, he recorded and released his first solo effort, "The Jakal", which featured guests such as, Bad Azz, Tray Deee, Ras Kass, Kurupt, Mac Minister, Spice 1 and several others. He worked with producers such as Battlecat and Dr. Dre among several others. He has also worked with popular artists such as Dr. Dre, The Alchemist and Havoc. He has been working with his group, the "Zoo Babies", while also promoting his label "ZooLife Ent." He has also released a song entitled "Where the Hammers At?” the beat for which was later used as the beat for G-Unit's song Rider Pt. 2.
40 Glocc facts on timeline
Born in Galveston Texas
He is from a humble background. He was born in Galveston Texas. When he was ten, he moved with his mother to various locations in California, until finally settling in the Inland Empire city of Colton also known as "The Zoo".
Released their album, Migrate, Adapt or Die
In 1984, he moved with his mother to various locations in California, until finally settling in the Inland Empire city of Colton also known as "The Zoo". There he started to rap with local friends and by 1997, his group, the “Zoo Crew”, was recording and promoting their first album, Migrate, Adapt or Die, produced by Tony G and Julio G.
Released his album called COPS
He worked with popular artists such as Dr. Dre, The Alchemist and Havoc. He was working with his group, the "Zoo Babies", while also promoting his label "ZooLife Ent." He also released a song entitled "Where the Hammers At?", the beat for which was later used as the beat for G-Unit's song Rider Pt. 2. He released a digital street album that year called "COPS" with various features from Jayo Felony, Tip Toe, Tony Yayo and more.
Shootout with police officers
In 1996, 40 Glocc was wounded in a shootout with police officers in the Abor Terrace housing projects in Colton, California. However, he denied firing a gun to the police. But he was arrested and charged with attempted murder of a peace officer.