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Tonian Lerell Brown 2026 Music Group CEO
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Native nameMorelifedad
BornTonian Lerell Brown
Augusta ,Ga
🏡 ResidenceAtlanta
🏳️ NationalityAmerican
🏫 EducationLucy Craft Laney High School
💼 Occupation
American Rapper, Record Executive, American Record Producer, Investor
👔 Employer2026 Music Group 2017–present Current (chairman & CEO)
Founder of 2026 Music Group and CEO of 2026 Music Group- Discovered rylo rodriguez
🏡 Home townAugusta, Ga
🤑 Net worth5 Million
👶 ChildrenKayce Brown, Madison Brown
👴 👵 Parent(s)Keshia Walters, Douglas A. Hall
👪 RelativesHall Jr 2026
🏅 AwardsNominations: Vevaplay Award for Best Song of the Year
🌐 Websitewww.halljr2026.com
📷 Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/morelifedad/?hl=en
🏳️ NationalityAmerican
💼 Occupation
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Tonian Lerell Brown Born (September 24, 1991). Professionally known as Morelifedad is an American rapper, record executive, record producer and businessman. He is currently the CEO of 2026 Music Group. Early March of 2017 him and his younger brother Quinton Juwan Hall known better known by his stage name Hall Jr 2026 both founded the label early on. Along with his solo work and numerous releases with Hall Jr 2026, Morelifedad has released a collaboration album and numerous tracks with fellow rapper and protegé Rylo Rodriguez, whom he discovered and took under his wing. Morelifedad has also made his name by contributing to the partnership 2026 Music Group has had with 300 entertainment over the years by working with numerous of there noted rappers such as Young Thug, Gunna, Future (rapper), Dababy, Blazer Barboza, Rylo Rodriguez, Wheezy and many more.

Early life[edit]

Morelifedad was born Tonian Lerell Brown on September 24, 1991, at Augusta University Medical Center to Keshia Walters. Morelifedad grew up in poverty stricken environments. Moving from project to project in Augusta such as Sunset (Cherry Tree Crossing), Southside (Dogwood Terrace), Sunset Villa. Morelifedad spent most of there time living at there grandmother 2 bed apartment in (Dogwood Terrace). With growing up with lack of guidance, mainly cause by the death of his father. Being Morelifedad the oldest sibling he was focus to raise his younger siblings in the process. There father Douglas A. Hall was deceased in a car wreck December of 2013. Morelifedad and his brother began making music with the small tools that they had at the time. Hall Jr 2026 has a record on Wounded Rebel album call December explain a more detail effect it had on there family during the tragic memory of there father. While his mother work early mornings he was responsible for put him and his siblings on the bus for school. He completed his high school education at Lucy Craft Laney High School.


Morelifedad began recording at the age of sixteen with his younger brother Hall Jr 2026. He used to download beats on SoundClick for a dollar, although most of the beats cost $100 for exclusive rights. As a way to save money,Morelifedad drew upon his experience playing piano arrangements in near by studio and began making beats for rappers. With the help of online software he was able to improve his craft. He gained local acclaim when he began producing beats for Hall Jr 2026. Soon after, others began asking for his compositions. Early on in his career, Morelifedad would give away his beats for free as a means to build connections and more publicity. Tonian Lerell Brown have been searching talent since 2017.Morelifedad discovered Rylo Rodriguez early on his career and now signed under lil baby 4pf record label currently.

He is a frequent collaborator of fellow noted rapper Young Thug and has also worked with Future, Lil Baby, Rylo Rodriguez, 42 Dugg, Post Malone, 21 Savage, Lil Uzi Vert and YoungBoy Never Broke Again

Personal life[edit]

When it comes to rap, Atlanta is a known area of every type of appearance and style you can imagine, and probably some you can’t. Trap music largely drives the city’s hip-hop ecosystem, and the rappers (and brothers) Morelifedad and Hall Jr 2026 are two of its blossoming proponents, each with his own career. They’re part of a generation that seeks to carry the torch of trap’s music. Morelifeded and Hall Jr 2026 first moved to Atlanta 2017 where they founded and establish there independent record label 2026 Music Group. The two brothers have two sisters such as Tyuna Brown and Amber Hall. Morelifedad have to daughters named Kayce Cherelle Brown and Madison Cherelle Brown.


Morelifedad Graduated from Lucy C. Laney High School

  • Class of 2011


Studio Albums[edit]

List of Albums as executive producer showing year released[edit]
Artist Title Details Peak chart positions Year Sales
Hall Jr 2026 Survived My City
  • Released: October 31, 2018
  • Label: 2026 Music Group
  • Format: Digital download, streaming
N/A 2018 • US: 1,500
Hall Jr 2026 The Manual
  • Released: May 25, 2019
  • Label: 2026 Music Group
  • Format: Digital download, streaming
N/A 2019 • US: 2,000
Hall Jr 2026 Paris Saved Me (I'm Not Perfect)
  • Released: July 17, 2019
  • Label: 2026 Music Group
  • Format: Digital download, streaming
N/A 2019 • US: 4,000
Hall Jr 2026 Wounded Rebel
  • Released: December 24, 2019
  • Label: 2026 Music Group
  • Format: Digital download, streaming
80 2019 • US: 8,000
Hall Jr 2026 Victim of Circumstance
  • Released: May 16, 2020
  • Label: 2026 Music Group
  • Format: Digital download, streaming
64 2020 • US: 11,000
Hall Jr 2026 Unbreakable Spirit
  • Released: November 22, 2020
  • Label: 2026 Music Group
  • Format: Digital download, streaming
41 2020 • US: 20,000
List of singles as executive producer, showing year released[edit]
Tile Year Album
"Like Me"

(YoungBoy Never Broke Again featuring Kevin Gates and Stroke Tha Don)

2016 38 Baby
"It's a Slime"

(Young Thug featuring Lil Uzi Vert and Wheezy)

2018 Slime Language

(Rylo Rodriguez featuring NoCap)

2019 Rogerville
"Calling My Name"

(Rylo Rodriguez featuring NoCap)

2019 Rogerville
"Breaking The Bank"

(Hall Jr 2026 featuring Guap Tarantino)

2020 Non-album single

(Hall Jr 2026 featuring IME Casino)

2020 Non-album single
"Don't Miss"

(Rylo Rodriguez featuring Jack Boy)

2020 G.I.H.F.

(Rylo Rodriguez featuring Lil Baby, 42 Dugg

2020 G.I.H.F.

Associated Acts[edit]

Hall Jr 2026



Lil Baby

Rylo Rodriguez

Young Thug

Blazer Barboza


Kevin Gates

YoungBoy Never Broke Again

Roddy Ricch

Meek Mill