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Rapper Enchanting has died at 26

The death of Enchanting, a former artist of Gucci Mane’s, has been confirmed. Her age was 26.

“So sad to have to say R.I.P. to such a great young lady, a true star, we’ll all miss you, Chant @luvenchanting,” Gucci posted a picture of her on Instagram.

On Monday, June 10, false claims of her death started to circulate. Following the announcement of her death on Tuesday, condolences started to stream in via social media.

According to a report in New York, Enchanting was signed to his 1017 Records company in 2020, before her demise. “She appeared on 3 compilation albums before she left the label in 2023,” they said. The rising celebrity allegedly died after being removed from life support at a hospital.

A spokesman from her management team told The Shade Room that the 26-year-old was experiencing withdrawal symptoms and had overdosed.  “She came to my home during the previous four days to clean. She gave it her all, and I did all I could to aid her,” the rep told the site.

Enchanting “began to pursue music around the age of 18,” and she began to concentrate on her craft after graduating from high school, according to her 1017 Records page, which is still available on the label’s website.

The rapper spoke out about her struggle to establish her sound, saying that she had felt like “a little baby” at the beginning of her career.

She told 1017 that she had to get used to her voice. “It helps me discover the style I can be good at by staying in the studio and constantly recording.”  Her description of her sound was something like this: “It’s like Trap-n-Blues.”

Others might be able to understand what I say. If someone needs someone to listen to in times of need, I can be that person,” the rapper went on to say.

She revealed in an interview from 2021 that she was an “army brat”—born in Germany but having lived in Atlanta until fifth grade—and that she eventually settled in Fort Worth, Texas.

Issa Rae’s Raedio label and the inclusion of her song “He Can’t Reach” on the soundtrack of HBO’s Rap Sh!t season 2 were both cited by iHeartRadio on Tuesday as additional compliments.

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