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Lil Keed Atlanta Rapper Dies At The Age Of 24: Latest Updates!!!

Lil Keed Updates: Lil Keed, a promising Atlanta rapper with a sensitive voice that he frequently stretched into a helium-high, Auto-Tuned falsetto, died in Los Angeles on Friday. He was 24. A representative from his record label, 300 Entertainment, confirmed his death on Saturday, but gave no reason.

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Keed had been scheduled to perform at a music festival in Charlotte, N.C., on Saturday night. Raqhid Jevon Render was born on March 16, 1998, in the Cleveland Avenue area, which is located where southwest Atlanta meets the Fulton County community of East Point.

In the three-part mixtape series “Trapped on Cleveland,” he detailed his tumultuous upbringing there, which was marked by poverty, drugs, and violence. In 2020, the final instalment was released. In an interview with Complex at the time, he said, “I delve deep into my tale and let them see what I went through, how I rose up, and offer them an insight into my life.”

UNDER THE MENTORSHIP OF HIS INSTRUCTOR, THE MELODIC RAPPER YOUNG THUG, LIL KEED SIGNED TO 300 AND YOUNG STONER LIFE RECORDS, OR YSL, IN 2018.

Young Thug and 27 others, including other label rappers, were accused earlier this week in a huge RICO indictment handed out by a grand jury in Fulton County. According to the indictment, YSL is a violent street gang that is responsible for killings, robberies, drug peddling, and other crimes.

“YSL is a family, YSL is a label, YSL is a way of life, YSL is a lifestyle, YSL is not a gang,” Keed, who was not accused, said in a graphic posted to social media. In 2020, he was featured on the cover of XXL magazine’s annual Freshman Class edition, a popular launchpad for rappers, alongside talents such as Jack Harlow and Fivio Foreign.

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His breakout single, “Nameless,” was certified gold the year before, a filthy number with a singsong stickiness that became a regional radio hit and a streaming sensation. Keed collaborated with a wide range of musicians from his hometown and beyond, including Lil Yachty, Gunna, Future, Lil Uzi Vert, and Roddy Ricch, to name a few. Lil Gotit, his brother and regular collaborator, posted a reaction to his passing on Instagram on Friday night.

HE ADDED, “I PERFORMED ALL MY CRIES.”

“I know what you want me to do, and it’s to go all out for Mama Daddy and Our Brothers,” she says. Naychur, Keed’s daughter, and Quana Bandz, his girlfriend, also survive him. She asked, “What am I meant to tell Naychur?”

“What will I say to our new baby?” Keed was honest about his aim to grow beyond the typically gloomy Southern street rap narratives that originally got him known, confident and winning with a big smile and an open-minded willingness.

He told XXL, “I want to be a megastar.” “I don’t want to be a celebrity.” “I aspire to be a megastar.” Keed almost starred in a 2019 Super Bowl commercial for Planters with Mr. Peanut and Alex Rodriguez, thanks to his unexpected acquaintance with advertising executive and motivational guru Gary Vaynerchuk, whom Keed name-dropped in song.

However, the part did not work out. Mr. Vaynerchuk urged Keed to increase his profile on TikTok to reach new audiences during a studio summit later that year.

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