43-year-old Hip-Hop producer Traxamillion is dead

No information was provided on the circumstances of his death, or where he died.
43-year-old Hip-Hop producer Traxamillion is dead

Traxamillion

Agency Report

Bay Area hip-hop producer who was an important force behind the hyphy sound, Traxamillion has died suddenly at the age of 43.

The sad news was first disclosed by a blog account called Thizzler On The Roof. The blog stated that the producer’s death was a big loss for the music industry, it said,

“Rest In Peace @traxamillion The San Jose producer who helped create the “Hyphy” sound passed away today. This is a huge loss for Northern California We send our condolences to his family & loved ones. #RIPTraxamillion.”

No information was provided on the circumstances of his death, or where he died.

Hyphy is a rap and lifestyle genre often associated with Bay Area hip-hop. It emerged in 2000, but was cemented into history by E-40, Mistah F.A.B., Too $hort, and Keak Da Sneak in 2006, according to Complex.

Traxamillion produced hits for many of the aforementioned artists. In 2006, the producer released a compilation album called The Slapp Addict.

Some of the notable songs he’s produced are Keak Da Sneak’s “Super Hyphy” and “On Citas,” Mistah F.A.B.’s “Sideshow” and “Da Yellow Bus,” The Pack’s “Club Stuntin,” Izz Thizz’s “Gas, Skrape,” The Jacka’s “From the Hood,” Dem Hoodstarz’s “Grown Man Remix” and many others.

Trax will best be remembered for his compilation album “The Slapp Addict,” which featured a number of Bay Area artists including legends like Clyde Carson, Turf Talk, San Quinn, Zion I, and many others.

He’s also worked with the likes of E-40, City Girls, Paul Wall, Yukmouth, Andre Nickatina, Mac Dre, Messy Marv, Joyner Lucas, T.I., Freeway, The Lonely Island

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