Chynna Rogers Wiki – Chynna Rogers Biography
Chynna Rogers died at the age of 25 at her home in Philadelphia. Her manager, John Miller, confirmed her death to The New York Times and added that Rogers’ cause of death was not immediately known.
Chynna Rogers Age
She was 25 years old.
Chynna Rogers Career
Rogers was well-known for her solo rap career along with collaborations with the A$AP Mob collective. She was born on August 19, 1994, in Philadelphia. At 14 years old, Rogers started as a model when she was signed with Ford Models agency before transitioning to hip hop.
According to Pitchfork, she spent a part of her teen years around music studios, with dreams of becoming a “behind-the-scenes player” in the industry.
She sought guidance from Steven “A$AP Yams” Rodriguez, founder of A$AP Mob, which jump-started her rap career. Rogers said, “I didn’t know the word ‘intern’ yet, but I was like, ‘Do you want someone to follow you around?’”
Her close relationship with A$AP Yams, who passed away in 2015, and her involvement with A$AP Mob, led Rogers to her first hit tracks “Selfie” in 2013 and 2014’s “Glen Coco.” She released an EP in 2015 called I’m Not Here. This Isn’t Happening, and on her 22nd birthday, Rogers released a six-track mixtape called Ninety — she dropped the album after being sober for 90 days.
She also released an EP in 2016 called Music 2 Die 2, in which Rogers opened up about her struggle with opioid addiction. Since then, Rogers released multiple singles, including “leo season” and “$ (dough).”
Chynna Rogers Death
Rapper Chyna Rogers has died at age 25.
The musician and model whose stage name was “Chynna” died on Wednesday at her Philadelphia, Pa. home, her manager John Miller confirmed in a statement to Fox News.
Chynna Rogers Cause of Death
Rogers’ cause of death was not immediately known.
Fellow Philadelphia artist Andrea Valle took to Instagram after news of Chynna’s death.
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philly will never be the same without you sis. a soul so captivating, intelligent and talented. I’m still trying to find the right words to even say, I texted you because this shit seems so fake. I don’t know if anyone of us who knew you closely we’ll ever be able to grasp this but I do know that you’ll never be fucking forgotten! my birthday twin, who I truly admired because you had a certain fight in you, a resilience that we all wish to have. I won’t ever stop celebrating you 🤍🕊 nope I won’t, rest easy angel~ I love you
A$AP Mob’s official Twitter account posted, “REST EASY CHYNNA. WE GON MISS U SIS.”
REST EASY CHYNNA. WE GON MISS U SIS. ❤️👼
Many musical artists commented on Chynna’s final Instagram post, a picture she shared on April 7:
The DJ and producer known as King Bell said, “This can’t be true!!!! Da f**k!” Musical artist Kehlani commented, “I LOVE YOU. I LOOOOVE YOU.”
Bri Steves said, “Wtf!!!!!!! This can’t be real.”