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The young Speaker Knockerz started making music in his early teens. Released in 2010, Flight Delayed was his first mixtape. There were songs like “Good Times,” “Tip You Like a Waiter,” and “Go Girl” on it. Talibandz Entertainment officially released the tape to the public in July of 2016. Knockerz got his start selling beats to famous rappers like Meek Mill and 2 Chainz. With the release of the singles Weekend and Lonely, he started to get noticed. Over 96,000,000 people have watched the official music video for “Lonely” on YouTube.

Knockers has had a number of releases on the Talibandz Entertainment label. A few examples are Finesse Father (2013), Married to the Money, and Married to the Money II #MTTM2 (2014). In 2013, he worked on the song Check with Young Dolph and Jose Guapo. The Rico Story trilogy was very successful for Knockerz. Young Scooter, Swaghollywood, Capo Cheeze, and Toni Romiti are just some of the artists he’s collaborated with. Not only did he collaborate with director/producer Zack Dillan on a number of projects, including the song “Hang Around,” but they also went on to date. Until recently, Knockerz had no record label backing him. His channel SpeakerKnockerz has over 340 million views and 975 thousand subscribers. It’s no surprise that he also garnered a sizable online following.


On March 6, 2014, at age 19, Speaker Knockerz passed away. His South Carolina garage was where his body was discovered. Natural causes of death were cited in his obituary (heart attack). There were no signs of trauma on his autopsy. There were no indications of wrongdoing, either. Knockerz stood at a modest 5 feet and 8 inches tall and was of African-American descent. His wealth was estimated at $250,000.