Lil Keed, an Atlanta-born rapper who recorded on the Young Stoner Life label, has died at age 24.

The label confirmed his death on Saturday, according to reports by Variety and other media outlets. No other details were available.

Lil Keed’s brother, rapper Lil Gotit, and his girlfriend, Quana Bandz, also posted about his death on Saturday, sharing their grief on Instagram.

Lil Keed, born Raqhid Jevon Render, was scheduled to perform on Saturday at the Until Next Time Daze in Blue Music Festival in Charlotte, N.C., according to his Instagram page and the festival lineup. Lil Keed also had a show scheduled on May 28 at Club Zodiac in Cairo, Georgia.

“Born March 16, 1998, the rapper was raised in the same Atlanta neighborhood as Young Thug, who played an influential role in Lil Keed’s music as a mentor and founder of the YSL imprint under 300 Entertainment,” NPR said. “He and Lil Gotit, his younger brother, were making music together in 2017 when they started gaining popularity. And in 2018, he signed with YSL Records for his album ‘Trapped on Cleveland 2.’”

Lil Keed was best known for the song “Nameless,” which made it onto two Billboard charts tracking R&B and hip-hop in 2018. As of Saturday evening, his video for “Nameless” has more than 33 million views and about 345,000 likes on YouTube.

Lil Keed’s 2019 record, “Long Live Mexico,” reached the No. 26 spot on the Billboard 200 chart, which ranks the most popular albums and EPs in the United States.

Fans memorialized Lil Keed on YouTube Saturday, posting comments about his music on the “Nameless” video. Here’s a sampling:

“Rest in paradise Bruh, never met you person but this song has been timeless for me.” — Rene Arem

“Long Live KEED. this song had me feeling myself when I had nothing. Now I got everything I wanted and can’t help but appreciate you.” — New Port

“We never know when our time comes so let’s all make the best of our life RIP LIL KEED.” — Tyler

“Still can’t believe it this song feels so nostalgic man he had a real bright future rip lil keed” — Hoodie the entertainer

“RIP King , this is literally one of my fav songs from you. so young to soon. Sending prayers to your family #YSLWorld” –– LadyYP VEVO

RIP TO THE GREATEST TO EVER DO IT” — Antwon Jay




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