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Timothy DeLaGhetto

 

Timothy DeLaGhetto

Traphik
Background information
Birth name Tim Chantarangsu
Also known as Timothy DeLaGhetto, Traphik
Born Billings, Montana, United States
Origin Long Beach, California, U.S.
Genres Hip hop
Occupation(s) Rapper, comedian, actor, YouTuber
Years active 2006–present
Labels Independent, 6S Management Group
Associated acts Dumbfoundead, D-Pryde, MC Jin, JR Aquino, Tori Kelly, Chris Miles, Wax, Nikki Jean, Auburn
Website .comtimothydelaghetto

Tim Chantarangsu, better known as Timothy DeLaGhetto and Traphik, is a Thai-American rapper, comedian, actor, and YouTube personality. Aside from rapping, he produces and acts in many comedy videos which are uploaded to his YouTube channel. He is now one of the cast members on MTV2's Wild 'N Out and Guy Code.

Contents

  • Biography 1
  • YouTube 2
  • Discography 3
    • Albums 3.1
    • Mixtapes 3.2
    • Soundtrack 3.3
    • Singles 3.4
    • Featured artist 3.5
  • Filmography 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Biography

Chantarangsu was born in Billings, Montana, by two parents who had immigrated from Thailand. He was raised in the Southern California city of Paramount, California, where he attended Paramount High School. He attended California State University, Long Beach, where he majored in art. Chantarangsu eventually left CSU to pursue his dream of being a rapper, actor and director, a career path he has titled the "Fresh Prince" format.[1]

YouTube

Traphik's main YouTube channel has over 3 million subscribers and over 600 million video views as of September 6, 2015.[2] It features original skits, parodies,[3] rants, and a series called Dear DeLaGhetto.[4] His most popular video has over 78 million views.[5] Chantaransgu also has a vlog channel, a music channel and a style channel.

As of September 4, 2014, Chantarangsu has produced over 400 vlogs, and has garnered approximately 860,000 subscribers and over 110 million video views on his vlog channel.[6] The channel consists of collaborations with other musical artists, songs from his albums and mixtapes, and a series called Weekly 16's.[7] His style channel, also known as Tim's Bakery, has over 170,000 subscribers and over 10.8 million video views. The channel is composed of his fit-of-the-day videos, clothing collections and style videos and interviews with fellow sneaker fans called "Kickin' It".[8] One of his newest video ventures includes an animated web series named Powerhouse in which he plays himself.[9] In 2014, Chantarangsu's YouTube Channel was listed on New Media Rockstars Top 100 Channels, ranked at #64.[10]

Chantarangsu has participated in two episodes of Epic Rap Battles of History, as Kim Jong-Il in Season 1 in 2011 and as Sun Tzu in Season 4 in 2015.

Discography

Albums

  • Rush Hour (2009)

Mixtapes

  • The First Mixtape (2006)
  • Will Rap for Food (2007)
  • MixedApe (2010)
  • Cruise Control (2012)
  • No Jokes (2014)

Soundtrack

  • High School Sucks: The Musical Soundtrack – 2011

Singles

Featured artist

  • "Shut It Down" (with Chris Miles)
  • "Keep Ya Head Up" (with D-Pryde)
  • "My Fresh" (with Joanlee)
  • "Pajama Pants" (with Nick Cannon, Migos, and Future)

Filmography

Film
Year Film Role Notes
2006 Thai Smile Tim Main Role [11]
2014 ISA Big Boy [12]
2015 The Pizza Joint Thomas Main Role
Television
Year Program Role Notes
2011 The Timothy DeLaGhetto Show Himself (Host) Star [13]
2013–present Wild 'N Out Himself Cast member
2014 Love That Girl! Cameo
2014 Million Dollar Maze Runner Himself (Host)
2015–present Guy Code Himself

References

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  2. ^ Timothy DeLaGhetto About page - YouTube
  3. ^ "Call Me Maybe" (DIRTY PARODY) on YouTube
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External links

  • Official website
  • Timothy DeLaGhetto on Twitter
  • Timothy DeLaGhetto's channel on YouTube
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