Washington [US]January 2 (ANI): Rapper and hip-hop group Three 6 Mafia Gangsta Bo died on Sunday at the age of 43.
Bo, whose real name was Lola Mitchell, was found dead around 4 p.m. Sunday, according to Fox 13. Her cause of death has not been released.
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According to Variety, a US-based news outlet, Bo, a hip-hop artist who came out of the Dirty South school in the 1990s, along with rapper Eve from Philadelphia, Lil Kim from Brooklyn, and Trina from Memphis was the equivalent. miami
Bo’s career began with a regular local group, Three 6 Mafia, formed by DJ Paul, Juicy J, and Lord Infamous, with whom he collaborated on a number of studio albums before disbanding in 2002. , but apart from that. A successful solo career that began in 1998 with “Inquiring Minds” and her debut single “Where’s Dallas At” Bo has also appeared as a guest on songs by a number of other artists, including Blood Orange, Lato , Gucci Mane, running jewels. , OutKast, Lil Wayne, Eminem, and more.
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According to a report by Variety, Gangsta Bo remained a member of Three 6 Mafia through 2001’s “Choices: The Album,” but she left the hip-hop group in 2002 to fully focus on her solo career. Just a few years after the T6M got it. He achieved platinum success with his album “Most Known Unknown” and won the 2006 Academy Award for Best Original Song with “It’s Hard Out Here for a Pimp” from the film “Hustle and Flow.”
Bo and her partner Emmett Flores appeared on WEtv’s “Marriage Boot Camp: The Hip Hop Edition” in 2022. She and Glo Rilla collaborated with Lato on the song “Fuck the Club Up” (commonly known as “FTCU”) in December; The music video for the song was released two weeks ago.
Having released solo albums such as “Both Worlds *69” (2001), “The Inquiring Mind II: The Soap Opera” (2003), and “Queen of Memphis Returns” (2007), as well as mixtapes such as ” It’s Game” (2013) and “Candy, Diamonds & Pills” (2016), Bo also made a name for himself with his catchy raps and hard flow for other artists. Gangsta Bo shared vocals on OutKast’s “Stankonia” album from 2000 and Fox Brown’s “China Doll” album from 1999 before leaving 3 6 Mafia. Gangsta Bo has since 2002 released feature verses on Lil Jon’s “Crank Juice” (2004), a duet with Eminem on “Throw It Up” (2011) on Yellowwolf’s “Radioactive” album, Jeezy/TI/Lil Wayne’s triple album “Prime Time Players” (2013), and Jewels’ song “Walking in the Snow” from “RTJ4” (2020). (ANI)
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