Chase Amick, known by his stage name 6 Dogs, grew up in a Christian household.
He started rapping and recording his own tunes as a teenager in Atlanta, Georgia where he was born and raised.
In late 2016, he shared his track, “Flossing” which went viral to SoundCloud and immediately landed a deal at Interscope Records.
The rapper mostly wrote songs about suicide, depression amongst other dark-themed topics.
In March 2017, 6 Dogs dropped “Faygo Dreams”, a “druggy, trap-inflected single” which attained millions of streams within few months of its release.
He later dropped “Chutup” and subsequently teamed up with producer Danny Wolf for the 6 Wolves EP which was released in 2018.
He has since released multiple singles, amongst notably, “Spooky,” “Max Keeble” and “Drifting,” in addition to his popular album Hi-Hats & Heartaches.
Is 6 Dogs dead?
Rising rapper 6 Dogs has passed on. He died on January 26, 2021 when he was 21 years old.
The rapper who contracted COVID-19 months prior to his death reportedly died to Suicide.
The “Gucci Armor” singer reportedly took his life on in Atlanta in the United States where he was born.