What was 'Real Name' of 6 Dogs and Why did he die?
What was 'Real Name' of 6 Dogs and Why did he die?

6 Dogs's Cause of Death

Atlanta rapper 6 Dogs, who amassed millions of streams for his music, was beginning to gain traction in his career before his untimely passing.

6 Dogs's Cause of death and the day he died were not immediately clear and his manager could not be reached for this story Tuesday. Several fellow rappers and people who worked with the young artist confirmed the news and shared photos with him on social media.

Last summer, 6 Dogs revealed that he was diagnosed with coronavirus. “Just took a covid test and my results came back positive:/ I’m str8 just a pretty bad headache. I’m a healthy dood tho so I should b fine,” he tweeted.

the rapper claimed that at one period of time that he "didn't like himself" and turned to drugs to appease the negative feelings.

“I was super depressed, you know, I still feel some type of way sometimes but for the most part I’m straight now, but I just needed an outlet. I’ve always wanted to rap.

Real Name of 6 Dogs

6 Dogs, real name Chase Amick, was a rapper from Atlanta, Georgia.

The musician, who shot to fame on Soundcloud, boasted over 166,000 followers on Instagram.

He grew up in a strict Christian household and began rapping and recording his own original tracks as a teenager.

The Atlanta-based artist rose to fame with a series of melodic songs about suicide, depression and other dark topics, according to a biography on Apple Music. He started rapping as a teenager and had to keep his music secret because of his religious mother.

He uploaded his first songs to SoundCloud in 2016, eventually gaining more than 140,000 followers on the platform before his death.

Some of his viral tunes include “Flossing,” “Spooky” and “Drifting.” One of the biggest hits was “Faygo Dreams,” a “druggy, trap-inflected single” that was streamed million of times within a few months, according to Rap-up.

6 Dogs grew up in a religious household and secretly started rapping as a teenager before achieving internet fame after uploading his music to SoundCloud in 2016. Some of his viral songs included “Flossing,” “Saturn,” and his biggest hit “Faygo Dreams,” which racked up hundreds of millions of streams.

In 2018, he released his EP 6 Wolves, which was followed by his full-length project Hi-Hats & Heartaches in 2019. In November of last year, he announced that he was readying a new album.