Blueface Bio, Net Worth, Real Name, Parents, Nationality, Ethnicity, Height

Johnathan Jamall Porter, an American rapper, is more popularly known by his stage name, Blueface. When the music video for his track “Respect My Cryppin” was released in October 2018, his unique rhyme scheme quickly became a meme.

The following month, Blueface signed with Cash Money West, the West Coast branch of Birdman’s Cash Money Records label. In 2019, a remix of “Thotiana,” his biggest song to date, peaked at number 8 on the Billboard Hot 100. His debut studio album, Find the Rhythm, was released in 2020.

The rapper take the name Blueface to represent both an association with the Crips and the “blue” $100 bill. Blueface began rapping in January 2017 under the name Blueface Bleedem, a reference to his ties to the School Yard Crips street gang.

Blueface Wiki

Real name Jonathan Michael Porter
Nationality American
Date of birth January 20, 1997
Age 25 years old
Wife Married
Children 2
Career Rapper
Net Worth $4 million

Blueface Biography

Blueface was born on January 20, 1997, in Los Angeles, California, as Jonathan Michael Porter. He relocated from the Santa Clarita Valley, where he was raised, to attend Arleta High School in the San Fernando Valley. He once lived in Oakland with his father. At high school, he participated in the band and played football.

He was the school’s starting quarterback in 2014, when the team won the East Valley League championship. After high school, he temporarily attended Fayetteville State University in Fayetteville, North Carolina. He began rapping in January 2017 and went under the name “Blueface Bleeder” at first. The name made a reference to the street gang known as the School Yard Crips.

Blueface Age

How old is Blueface? Blueface was born on January 20, 1997, he is 25 years old.

Blueface Parents (Father and Mother)

Johnathan Porter is Blueface’s father, and Karlissa Angelic Saffold is his mother. The rapper’s older brother spent 13 years in prison after killing someone unintentionally. Kali Miller is his sister but unfortunately, there isn’t a lot of information available about his parents.

Blueface Height

Blueface standing at 6’4” and weighing 160lbs.

Blueface Real Name

Johnathan Jamall Porter is the real name of Blueface. In January 2017, he began rapping as Blueface Bleedem. The nickname Blueface Bleedem alludes to his affiliation with the School Yard Crips gang.

Blueface Ethnicity

Rapper Blueface is reportedly of African American descent. He was raised in Mid-City, Oakland, the Santa Clarita Valley, and the San Fernando Valley.

Blueface Career

In October 2018, after releasing the music video for his song “Respect My Cryppin’”, he became a viral meme due to his offbeat style of rapping.

The following month, he was signed to Cash Money West, the West Coast branch of Birdman’s Cash Money Records label. In 2019, a remix of his song “Thotiana” (featuring Cardi B and YG), became his most successful single to date, peaking at number 8 on the Billboard Hot 100. In 2020, he released his debut studio album, Find the Beat.

Blueface began rapping in January 2017 under the name Blueface Bleedem, a reference to his ties to the School Yard Crips street gang. Originally moving back to Los Angeles after leaving Fayetteville State University, he was invited to his friend Laudiano’s music studio to retrieve a phone charger, and after being challenged to rap over a beat, Blueface began to work to release his first song, “Deadlocs”, produced by Laudiano, onto SoundCloud.

On October 8, 2018, Blueface released a music video for his song, “Respect My Cryppin’”, on WorldstarHipHop’s YouTube channel, and shortly after the song was posted to Twitter, it became a viral meme. The video’s popularity led to more of Blueface’s music receiving attention, with his songs “Thotiana” and “Next Big Thing” earning newfound popularity.

His off-beat style of rapping and unique voice has been compared to fellow California rappers E-40 and Suga Free, as well as rapper Silkk the Shocker. Blueface has said that he writes “to the beat”, and uses the instrumental as a base for all of his songs.

Blueface made his amateur boxing debut fighting TikTok star Kane Trujillo on the undercard of Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship 19: VanZant vs. Ostovich on July 23, 2021. Blueface defeated Trujillo via unanimous decision after three rounds.

Blueface was originally set to have two professional boxing matches in 2022, however, both organizers removed him from their card with reasons yet to be known. He was scheduled to face FaZe Temperrr as the co-feature on August 27, however, due to an altercation he had with his girlfriend prior to the bout, he was removed. Blueface was also scheduled to face Swaggy P as the co-feature on September 10 but was removed due to being declined a pro boxing license.

In June 2021, Blueface announced he had signed to fight for Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship. He made his debut in a special gloved match against Tiktoker Kane Trujillo on July 23, 2021, at BKFC 19 where he won the amateur bout by unanimous decision.


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Blueface songs

  • Disrespectful (Dirt Bag · 2019)
  • Thotiana (Famous Cryp · 2018)
  • TikTok (TikTok · 2021)
  • Respect My Cryppin’ (Famous Cryp · 2018)
  • Dear Rock (Dear Rock · 2023)
  • Outside (Holy Goat 2 · 2022)
  • Bleed It (Dirt Bag · 2019)
  • Holy Moly (Find the Beat · 2020)
  • Daddy (Dirt Bag · 2019)
  • Internet Shooter (Internet Shooter (Remix) · 2022)
  • West Coast (West Coast · 2019)
  • Baby (Famous Cryp · 2018)
  • Dead Locs (Famous Cryp · 2018)
  • Bop (Legendary · 2019)
  • Bussdown (Dirt Bag · 2019)
  • Obama (Find the Beat · 2020)
  • Stop Cappin (Dirt Bag · 2019)
  • Better Days 2 (Better Days 2 (Pain In The Ghetto) · 2022)
  • First Class (Find the Beat · 2020)
  • Stay Dangerous (Bagchasin · 2021)
  • Chose Me (Chose Me · 2021)
  • lonely (lonely · 2020)
  • One Time (One Time · 2022)
  • Finesse the Beat (Famous Cryp · 2018)
  • Meat This (Meat This · 2022)
  • B!TCH#S (B!TCH#S · 2021)
  • Studio (Studio · 2018)
  • Viral (Find the Beat · 2020)
  • Carne Asada (Find the Beat · 2020)
  • Yea Yea (Famous Cryp · 2018)
  • Tour (Famous Cryp · 2018)
  • Murder Rate (Find the Beat · 2020)

Here are some songs of Blueface.

  • Daddy
  • Thotiana
  • Bussdown
  • Bleed It
  • Obama feat. DaBaby
  • First Class feat. Gunna
  • Wire feat. Stunna 4 Vegas
  • Disrespectful
  • Respect My Cryppin’
  • Dead Locs
  • Holy Moly
  • Bussin
  • Weekend
  • Viral
  • Close Up
  • Stop Cappin
  • Outside (Better Days) feat. OG Bobby Billions
  • Blah Blah Blah feat. Mak Sauce
  • Fly Away feat. FatBoy SSE
  • Stay Dangerous feat. Bravo the Bagchaser / Drakeo the Ruler

Blueface Albums

Bluface’s albums include B.I.B.L.E., Famous Cryp, and Find the Beat.

Blueface Wife and Children

Blueface has two children. Prior to entering the music industry, he had spent most of his adult life unemployed, occasionally holding a few temporary jobs.

Blueface Net Worth

Blueface has an estimated net worth of $4 million. His work as a hip-hop musician is his main source of income.


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