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A promising young rapper’s efforts to “get clean” ended in her passing away when she was removed from life support. After reportedly overdosing on drugs, 26-year-old Enchanting (real name Channing Nicole Larry) was sent to the acute care unit.

In 2020, the singer joined Gucci Mane’s 1017 label and now has 124,849 weekly Spotify listens. There were 6,797,113 plays of her most popular song, “No Luv (Feat. Bigg Scarr, Jey Glock),” as of this writing. She continued to film material for Larry’s Only Fans account until the day she passed away.

If you want to subscribe, click the link in my profile. “I’m shooting video June 6, so calm down, please. Two videos coming back to back,” she said in the description of her most recent Instagram photo on June 5. We have disabled the comments. She has one million app followers as of this writing. 

Larry was experiencing withdrawal symptoms, according to a member of her management team who verified her death on Tuesday evening and spoke with The Shade Room. Over the last four days, she has been staying at my place to detox. “She tried her hardest, and I did all in my power to assist her,” they said.

Jimmy Carl Jackson, Larry’s manager, was reached out to by Newsweek via Instagram on Wednesday for a remark.

On Monday, June 10, rumors started spreading that she had passed away. People began paying respect to the 26-year-old on social media after hearing of her death on Tuesday.

It is with deep sadness that I must share the news of the passing of Chant, a remarkable young woman and a genuine star; we will all miss you, Gucci Mane said on Instagram.

Lil CJ Casino, a friend of the artist’s, also expressed his grief at the loss on Instagram.

“Dude, they turned off the power to this s**t so bad. Suddenly, I Realized That You Were Going to Flee From My Enchanting Love I will forever be your princess and first lady of the casino,” he wrote.

“They Don’t Know All Hours You Spent At The Kasino Studio Sleeping There Making Music Putting This Shit Together And You Went Way Further Than Us I Always Told You How Proud I Was Of You, You Brought @laflare1017 To The H66D & I was The First Person You Called Ill Never Forget You Kept It Solid Threw Yo Whole Career It Was None I Couldn’t call You for, You F****** The Gang Up With This One #LongLiveBigChant..”

Larry started her music career after graduating from high school in Fort Worth, Texas, according to her biography on The New 1017’s website. Larry said that she had to become more at ease with her voice. “Staying in the studio and constantly recording helps me find the style I can be good at.”

The artist identified her sound as “Trap-n-Blues” and spoke about how she and her listeners found solace in music. People can connect to what I say, she said. If someone needs someone to talk to, they can listen to me and maybe even get some relief from their problems.

A profile on Larry appeared in the Dallas Observer in 2023, and she was included in Gucci Mane’s mixtape “So Icy Summer” in 2020. She began her musical career in the church choir and told the magazine that music has always been her passion.

For some reason, making music has never been difficult for me. There was an innate sense that I had a knack for music. I should have invested more time and energy into it because it came naturally, you know, instead of trying to force a skill,” she said.

Larry worked with producer J White then; White has a resume that includes stints with Gucci Mane, Cardi B, and Megan Thee Stallion. Rumors have circulated that the 26-year-old rapper from Texas, Enchanting, died of a drug overdose, but her family has issued a statement stating that the exact cause of death is yet unknown.

Enchanting’s Family Releases Statement

On Tuesday (June 11), the hip-hop community learned about the death of Enchanting, a former member of the group 1017. The late rapper’s family issued a statement on her Instagram account on Thursday, June 13.

“We are terribly distressed to inform you of the demise of our dear and cherished daughter,” the message starts. Her numerous accolades belied her true identity as our daughter. She was a kind person who brought joy, companionship, and love to many during her life. As our family continues to cope with this devastating loss, we are grateful for the privacy that everyone has shown us. No cause of death has been established as of this writing. Much obliged. “The Enchanting Larry Family.”

On Monday night, June 10, Enchanting was allegedly brought to the intensive care unit because of an unspecified medical problem. Though it was never officially proven, rumors began circulating at the time that she had overdosed on drugs.

Hip-Hop Mourns Enchanting

Coi Leray, Yella Beezy, Gucci Mane, and other hip-hop artists have paid public tribute to the late Enchanting, a rhymer from the Lone Star State. Jimmy Jackson, who is Enchanting’s manager, spoke with XXL about his artist on Thursday.

Something along the lines of “Chant’s legacy will live on forever” appears in the note. The sorrow and anguish felt by people all across the globe at this very moment are beyond words. Watch over all of us, Chant; we love you forever. “Big Chant Lives

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