Billionaire’s songs, apart from being classified as drill music is often classified as gangta rap. Most of his songs contained violent lyrics which tend to praise his gang, while taunting rival gangs and their members. Prior to teaming up with FBG, Billionaire Black was a member of the rap group known as the "Buck 20 Brick Boyz."
Billionaire Black is currently an unsigned artist. He has release numerous mixtapes which includes ‘Call of Duty: Dead Opps’ and ‘Billionaire Boys Club’. Some of his most popular songs include ‘No Action’ featuring FBG Duck, ‘Play Around’ featuring Lil Jay, Swagg, P. Rico, and ‘Body Count’ among others.
He's a former Black Disciple (BD) from Welch World. Some people say that now he's a Insane Gangster Disciple (GD), others say that he still a BD but became Insane (Insane Black Disciples). He can be seen "lockin gates" (BD gang sign) in some videos and hanging with Lil Durk and people from Lamron and 300 in old photos. His gang's set often refer to themselves as Welch World in honor of one of their fallen members known as Anthony Welch.
Billionaire Black is currently beefing with numerous rappers, most due to gang rivalry. One of his most popular beef is with Chief Keef and his gang the Black Disciples. The 600 set of the Black Disciples which includes rappers such as Edai and RondoNumbaNine have verbally attacked Billionaire Black in a number of their songs. Billionaire Black along with FBG Duck released a track called ‘Edai is U Serious’ in which they dissed Edai.
The Buck 20 Brick Boyz were beefing with 051 Young Money which allegedly led to Black's chain being stolen by 051 gang members. This particular incident was mentioned in Lil Marc's "Zeko World" song, in which Lil Marc said "Billionaire Black come and get your chain."
In the beginning of 2017, rapper TTB Nez released numerous court documents on various social medias, claiming that Billioniare Black snitched and was partly responsible for one of his homies serving jail time.