Lil Jon is 5'6".
He worked with E-40 and Sean Paul of the Youngbloodz in the song Snap Yo Fingers.
He is featured in the song Yeah! with Usher and Ludacris.
He gets his pimp cup from an old woman in Chicago. She also made a cup for Snoop Dogg.
He would like to work with Good Charlotte.
He is inspired by his son.
He usually carries a jewel-encrusted pimp goblet.
He often wears dark glasses.
In February 2008, he released his own collection of wine called Little Jonathan Winery.
Lil Jon has produced a song on Paris Hilton's album that came out in 2004.
Lil Jon got married at the Wyndham El Conquistador Resort and Golden Door Spa in Fajardo, Puerto Rico.
Lil Jon appeared in The Game music video "Wouldn't Get Far."
Lil Jon made a cameo in Date Movie and in Scary Movie 4.
Lil Jon has made over 20 guest appearances in music videos.
Lil Jon started doing remixes for artists Jamaal, Too $hort, Xscape, and Total.
He starred in a documentary for the music video of "Twisted Transistor."
He helped produce Petey Pablo's "Freek-A-Leek".
He was married at the Wyndham El Conquistador Resort.
He hosted a radio show on BET.
He works under the following label records:
Lil Jon is not only a rapper, but a hype man, and producer.
He plays the keyboard, synthesizers, Roland TR-808, and drum machines.
As of January 2007, he has six albums.
He is an avid Atlanta Braves fan.
He has appeared as the presenter of Pimp My Ride International.
His son likes to play hockey.
He is an avid Atlanta Thrashers fan.
He is a hidden character in Tony Hawk's American Wasteland.
He has four mobile video games.
Lil Jon is one of the few failed celebrities to be Punk'd by Ashton Kutcher. During his attempt, Lil Jon was able to see past the plan and told Kutcher to show himself.
Lil Jon appeared in a Subway commercial.
He made a remix for the Black Eyed Peas's song "My Humps".
In 1989, Lil Jon graduated from Atlanta's Douglass High School.
His next album is entitled Crunk Rock and the first single is Snap Yo Fingers and this is Jon's first solo LP and the song features E-40 and The YoungBloodz's Sean Paul.
He produced the remix to Jessica Simpson's hit single "These Boots Are Made For Walkin"
Lil Jon: (When asked what drives him and when he thinks he has reached his highest potential) Highest, well I feel like I still have a lot of potential. I guess when my beats don't make people rush the floor.
Lil Jon: I was always into making beats. I use to be A&R for So So Def and I learn a lot about the studio from that time.
Lil Jon: (About getting your own record deal started) Get the right people to work for or with you.
Lil Jon: I appreciate the people showing me love, but that **** can definitely get annoying, people screaming, "What?!" at you all ****** day. They don't understand that you can't be crunk all the time.
Lil Jon: (About Ashton trying to Punk him) You can't Punk the King of Crunk!