It truly hard to say goodbye to yesterday. Since Hip-Hop was birthed in the South Bronx, way countless individuals who repped the culture have passed away. Included in that bunch are rappers who left us entirely too soon and before reaching their true potential.
Yesterday, Curren$y referenced a song called “Showroom 2” in the series of tweets. The final tweet read, “Let’s check with @CardoGotWings …. I say we drop #showroom2 today…. What say u?” Within hours, the Internets received the new jam in full.
Meek Mill drops a video for his collaboration with late Lil Snupe called “Nobody.” The visual serves as a tribute to the fallen rapper, who signed to Meek’s Dreamchasers label last year.
On June 20, Lil Snupe was shot and killed in an apartment complex in the town of Winnield, La. A local resident with a rap sheet that includes drug charges, forcible r@pe, second-degree kidnapping and battery with a dangerous weapon has been identified as a suspect in the 18-year-old rapper’s murder.
Details are starting to emerge about the death of Louisiana rapper Lil Snupe, an artist affiliated with Maybach Music Group rapper Meek Mill. Snupe, born Addarren Ross, was killed early Thursday morning (June 20) in Winnfield, La.
Sad news today in the DreamChasers camp. According to AllHipHop, 18 year-old rapper Lil Snupe was reportedly found dead. Details remain unclear, but the Louisiana rhymer’s death has been confirmed by multiple sources.