Hyphy producer Traxamillion has died aged 42
Californian hip-hop producer Traxamillion has died aged 42, according to reports.
The producer, who was potent in popularising the Hyphy sound within the Bay space and on the far side, died yesterday (January 2) in city, California, in step with the san francisco Chronicle.
The report adds that Traxamillion – real name sultan Banks – died associate exceedingly|in a very} home hospice at an aunt’s residence, from a rare kind of cancer that he had on the QT been battling since 2007.
His death was confirmed to the san francisco Chronicle by his manager Prashant “PK” Kumar, WHO said: “He was an amazing musician/producer. He was associate integral a part of the hyphy music sound WHO helped open the door for Bay space hip-hop. He did it in 2004 or 2005, and therefore the remainder of california got thereon and adapted his sound.”
Laurel Anderson, a voice for city County Police, said: “The death seems as natural and is unfinished jurisdiction.”
“This may be a vast loss for Northern American state,” Bay Area-based web site The Thizzler wrote on Twitter. “We send our condolences to his family & pet ones.”
Others paying tribute to Traxamillion include producer metro Boomin, who wrote: “RIP TRAXAMILLION the legends ar continually those who bring one thing to the sport that shifts it.”