American R&R singer who received Grammy Award nominations for his work is better known for his studio albums “Sex, Love & Pain”, “Sex Love & Pain II” and “Stronger”.
R&R Singer, Songwriter, Record Producer
Birthday / Date of Birth
Tank was born on 1 January 1976, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United states.
He’s currently 42 years old.
Tank attended Crossland High School, Temple Hills, Maryland.
- Father – Unknown
- Mother – Unknown
- Siblings – Unknown
Tank got engaged to his longtime girlfriend Zena Foster on January 16th, 2017. They’ve been together since 2005 and share two children, Zion and Zoey.
He is also the father of three more children from previous relationships: Jordan, Ryen, and Durrell Jr.
- In feet – 5 feet 9 inches
- In centimeters – 175 cm
- In meters -1.75 m
- In Kilograms – 79 kg
- In Pounds – 174 lbs
Tank released his debut album, Force of Nature on March 13, 2001. The album charted at #1 in US R&B charts and at #7 at US Billboard 200. It was certified as “Gold” in America.
Tank has released seven studio albums, one extended play (EP), two mixtape and 28 singles.
- Force of Nature (2001)
- One Man (2002)
- Sex, Love & Pain (2007)
- Now or Never (2010)
- This Is How I Feel (2012)
- Stronger (2014)
- Sex Love & Pain II (2016)
- Savage (2017)
In 2010, he did a minor role as as Devlin Mitchell (as Durrell ‘Tank’ Babbs) in the Christian-drama-film Preacher’s Kid.
His television debut happened in 2011 with the drama television series The Protector in 2 episodes titled “Affairs” and “Spoon”.
He is credited with singles like “Maybe I Deserve”, “Please Don’t Go”, “Emergency”, “Next Breath”, “You’re My Star” and others.
His favorite things are unavailable at this time.
Tank Net worth
His net worth is estimated at $5 million as of 2018.
Social Media Profiles
Tank credits Alphonso Jiles and his cousin as his music influences.
He was brought up in Washington, D.C..
Durrell Babbs was a multisport athlete during his high school years and turned down a college football scholarship to pursue a music career.
Tank’s songwriting and production credits include working with Aaliyah, Beyoncé, Dave Hollister, Fantasia Barrino, Kelly Rowland, Marques Houston, Omarion, Jamie Foxx, Pitbull, Donell Jones and Monica.
Tank has been nominated for three Grammy Awards, including Best R&R Album for 2008’s “Sex, Love & Pain”, Best Male Vocal Performance for 2008’s “Please Don’t Go”, and Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group for 2012’s “Take My Time” with Chris Brown.