Atlanta rapper Lil Keed, who signed with Young Thug’s YSL Records, has died Friday, his brother announced on social media. Composite confirmed. He was 24.
cause of death unknown. HuffPost asked its label, Young Stoner Life Records, for comment.
His brother Lil Gotit said on Instagram, “I can’t believe I saw you die today” along with a photo of the two brothers.
“Trapped on Cleveland 3” rapper signed with YSL Records not part recent indictment In Atlanta, the label’s co-founder Young Thug, fellow YSL rapper Gunna, and dozens of other YSL colleagues were arrested on blackmail charges.
Earlier this week, Lil Keed defend his label YSL contradicts the prosecution’s claim by claiming that it is “not a street gang” through its SNS.
Lil Keed was a fixture in the Atlanta rap scene and has had many hit songs including “Snake”, “She Know” and “Wavy (Remix)”. He has also collaborated with artists such as Travis Scott, Lil Uzi Vert and Chris Brown.
Quana Bandz, Lil Keed’s girlfriend and mother to daughter Naychur, posted a heartbreaking message on Instagram about his sudden death on Saturday. The post also includes several videos about their relationship.
“I love you so much. This is a post to share with you,” she wrote. “I can’t breathe properly. I don’t want to talk to anyone. I cannot understand why you are leaving America.”