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Channing Nicole Larry Has Died Aged 26

Channing Nicole Larry Dead: The rapper has tragically been confirmed to have died aged just 26.
Credit: @luvenchanting/Instagram

Channing Nicole Larry has tragically died at age 26. 

The emerging rapper and singer known as Enchanting hailed from Fort Worth, Texas.

Channing quickly made a name for herself in the music industry with her distinctive voice and versatile musical style that seamlessly blended hip-hop, R&B, and trap.

Sadly, it’s now been confirmed that Channing has passed away.

Channing Nicole Larry
Emerging rapper Enchanting has tragically died aged 26. Credit: @luvenchanting/Instagram

The internet is mourning the devastating news, with one fan penning: “You left a legacy that everyone will remember. Love you Chant. Condolences to the family and loved ones feeling this loss.”

Another person comments: “Rest in peace baby girl. Your energy will forever live through us all.”

“RIP baby girl,” a third fan writes. “I swear you were about to accomplish so much. My heart is so heavy. Rest easy Princess.”

Fellow members of the music industry are also offering words of condolence.

Gucci Mane writes on Instagram: “So sad to have to say RIP to such a great young lady, a true star we gone all miss you, Chant.”

Fellow artist Leilani Capalot adds: “One of the most genuine souls I’ve ever experienced. So gangsta, so sweet, so kind. I’ll forever cherish you being there for me during some of my darkest moments. Blessed to have experienced your existence on this earth.”

Enchanting
Enchanting was an emerging rapper and singer from Fort Worth, Texas. Credit: @luvenchanting/Instagram

Channing’s journey in music began with an active presence on social media, where she started releasing work independently. This approach helped her gain initial attention and build a loyal following.

Her real breakthrough came with the release of several tracks that showcased her unique blend of melodic rap and singing. Notable work includes ‘Want Sum’ and ‘Freaky Deaky.’

Eventually, her talent and distinctive style caught the attention of 1017 Records, a label founded by the prominent rapper Gucci Mane.

Signing with the label marked a significant milestone in Channing’s career, providing her visibility and further opportunities to collaborate with established artists.

She even appeared on the 2020 ‘Gucci Mane Presents: So Icy Summer’ mixtape.

The rapper’s music career began to garner significant attention – her YouTube page generated four million views and on Spotify, she had around 660,000 monthly streams.

Channing Nicole Larry
Enchanting joined a label founded by prominent rapper Gucci Mane. Credit: @luvenchanting/Instagram

Channing recalled her musical beginnings in the church choir and being a cheerleader in high school for a profile by the Dallas Observer in 2023.

The rapper said: “I feel like music was always something that was easy for me. I felt like I was musically inclined, always. It was something that I thought should probably put more time and effort into, because it was natural, you know, instead of trying to force a talent.”

She also expressed optimism about the growing presence of female artists in hip-hop, saying: “It’s looking hopeful for more and more women to just continue to blow up. I feel like it was a male-dominated sport, but now it’s becoming more feminine-dominated. I love that for the girls.”

Now, devastating details have emerged on Channing’s passing.

Channing Nicole Larry
Enchanting’s family turned her life support off after she fell unconscious. Credit: @luvenchanting/Instagram

TMZ reports that Channing’s family pulled her off life support after she fell unconscious the day before. A cause of death has yet to be confirmed.

Rest in peace.

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Written by Annie Walton Doyle

Annie Walton Doyle is a content editor at IGV who specialises in trending, lifestyle and entertainment news. She graduated from Goldsmiths, University of London, with a degree in English Literature. Annie has previously worked with organisations such as The Huffington Post, The Guardian, The Telegraph, Harvard University, the Pulitzer Prize and 22 Words.