William Patrick Slayton (Paul Wall’s Son) Wikipedia, Age, Bio, Parents, Facts

William Patrick Slayton is the son of Paul Wall who is an American rapper and DJ. He gained popularity in the early 2000s as a member of the Swishahouse record label and the rap group, The Color Changin’ Click. William wants to keep his personal life secret and out of the spotlight, even though his parents have a prominent position in society. Find more about William Patrick Slayton (Paul Wall’s Son) Wikipedia, Age, Bio, Parents, Facts.

William Patrick Slayton Age, Bio

Born in Houston, Texas on April 18, 2006, William Patrick Slayton is the son of fitness instructor Crystal Slayton and rapper Paul Wall. Noelle Slayton is the name of his younger sister. As per his education, he has enrolled at a Houston, Texas school.

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Although he doesn’t have a social media account of his own, he is frequently spotted on his parents’ posts. William is focused on his own path and has the support of his family in everything he does, even though he was raised in the spotlight.

William Patrick Slayton Wiki

William Patrick SlaytonShort Bio
Age17 years (in 2023)
BirthdayApril 18, 2006
Famous AsPaul Wall’s Son
BirthplaceGeorgetown, Texas, U.S.
Zodiac SignAries
HeightIn feet & inches: 5′7″
In meters: 1.70
Weight (approx.)61 kg (134 lbs)

William Patrick Slayton Parents

William Patrick Slayton’s father name is, Paul Wall who has been nominated for one Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance as a Duo or Group for the song “Grillz”.


In 2004, he made a comeback to Swishahouse and made an appearance on Mike Jones’s first commercially released single, “Still Tippin”. He made an appearance in the Nickelback music video for “Rockstar” alongside other well-known people. In 2007, he made an appearance on the self-titled debut album of reggae musician Collie Buddz.

William Patrick Slayton Facts

  • William Patrick Slayton’s father, Paul Wall followed up The Po-Up Poet with his ninth studio album, titled SlabGod, on September 25, 2015.
  • Beginning his career as a performer, he collaborated with fellow Houstonian Chamillionaire on multiple albums, including the independently released Get Ya Mind Correct (2002).
  • He was signed to Atlantic Records by 2005, and he achieved success with his major label debut, The Peoples Champ, in 2007.
  • In 2007, he released Get Money, Stay True.
  • His work with rapper Nelly on the song “Grillz” has earned him a nomination for one Grammy Award in the category of Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group.

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