Enchanting, the talented rapper known in private life as Channing Nicole Larry, tragically passed away at the age of 26. Her death, which has deeply saddened the music community, comes after her tenure with Gucci Mane’s 1017 Records and the release of her final studio album, Luv Scarred/No Luv, last year.

Gucci Mane himself expressed his sorrow on Instagram, remembering Enchanting as a true star and great young lady whose presence will be sorely missed.


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While the exact cause of her death has not been officially confirmed, reports suggest it may have been due to a suspected overdose. A spokesperson from Enchanting’s management team disclosed to The Shade Room that she had been battling withdrawals and had been striving to get clean in the days leading up to her passing. Her efforts to overcome her struggles were evident, with those close to her sharing heartfelt messages of grief and remembrance.

Enchanting’s music journey began at 18, shortly after graduating from high school. Her distinctive blend of trap and blues, coined as “trap-n-blues,” resonated deeply with her audience. Her track ‘He Can’t Reach’ was featured on HBO’s Rap Sh!t season 2 soundtrack, further cementing her place in the industry.

Beyond music, Enchanting was also known for her presence on OnlyFans, where she engaged with a large following. Her creative output and dedication to her craft earned her admiration and respect from fans and peers alike.

Her boyfriend, MotionGod Bandman, shared a poignant message on Facebook, reflecting on her quest for peace and the profound impact she had on those around her.

Enchanting leaves behind a legacy of passion and creativity that will be remembered fondly by her family, friends, and fans. During this difficult time, our thoughts are with all who knew and loved her.

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