Texas-Based Rapper Dies After An Overdose Left Her In Intensive Care


A Texas-based rapper Channing Nicole Larry, known as Enchanting, has been reported dead at the age of 26.

According to Dailymail.co.uk reports Enchanting met her untimely death after an overdose left her in intensive care.

The rising star was recently signed to Gucci Mane’s 1017 label until earlier this year.

A representative from her management team said Enchanting had spent the last four days at their home in an effort to get clean.

“She tried her best and I did everything I could to help her, she tried,” the representative told The Shade Room, who confirmed her death on Tuesday evening.

Larry’s boyfriend, MotionGod Bandman, shared a heartfelt post on Facebook with a photo of the couple, expressing his sorrow: “You finally found that peace that you was looking for. Y’all hurt me bad.”

Enchanting’s profile remains active on 1017’s website, which notes that she began her music career after graduating high school. She described her unique style as ‘Trap-n-Blues’ and aimed to connect with her listeners on a personal level.

“Other people can relate to the things I say. I might help somebody through any situation, they can listen to me and find peace,” she said on her profile.

Larry’s music has garnered significant attention, with her YouTube page amassing four million views and around 660,000 monthly streams on Spotify. In 2020, she was featured on the mixtape “Gucci Mane Presents So Icy Summer,” showcasing her talent to a wider audience.

Born in Germany as an Army brat, Larry moved to Atlanta before her family settled in Fort Worth, Texas, which she considered her home. Her untimely death is a significant loss to the music community, leaving behind a legacy of creativity and resilience.