It is a day indeed as rapper Sad Frosty has passed away. While the artist managed to release his songs without the name of a big label associated with them, the rapper did manage to create a buzz around among music fanatics. His fame increased after he joined forces with DC The Don called Beavis & Butt-Head, and the track gained millions of views.
Sad Frosty was just 24 years old. The cause of his death has not yet been revealed, and fans are shocked to hear about his untimely death. Rapper and lyricist Frosty’s YouTube channel had managed to garner a whopping 95,000 subscribers. Other than that, his videos had millions of views, thus, making him a sensational figure on social media.
Fans and Friends Pay Their Respect To The Late Artist
The rapper came under the limelight after the release of tracks like New Kicks,” “Ice Cream,” and “Crib with a Lake. Moreover, he used to spend a lot of time interacting with his fans on social media. However, despite using social media as a mode of communication with his fans, the rapper kept his whereabouts under wraps. Take a look at the social media post that further confirmed the news of Sad Frosty’s death.
LONG LIVE SAD FROSTY
3/4/97 – 1/14/22 pic.twitter.com/bFtS16vjgy
— frosty ♡ (@sadfrosty) January 17, 2022
Sad Frosty was also a regular Tiktok user as well. Although most of his videos were not quite related to the music he made to support himself. The news of his death was confirmed via an Instagram post as three pictures were uploaded showing the rapper having a blast on the stage. The pictures came along with the caption that said, Long Live Sad Frosty.
Many of his social media followers initially speculated that the entire death news was nothing but a hoax. The rapper’s fellow friends and musicians paid their respect to the late artist. Both Florida rapper DJ Scheme and Oklahoma influencer and rapper B. Lou remembered Sad Frosty while mourning his death. One of his fans took to social media and wrote that he just remembers hearing Frosty’s song in berlins merch intro and hearing him in Dontai intros to this very day.