Maybach Music Group‘s Rick Ross is the latest hip-hop artist to keep late rapper Shawty Lo‘s memory alive. Yung Renzel has released his new tribute song “I’m Da Man” this weekend.
Ricky Rozay pays homage to Lo with the posthumous collaboration.
Yesterday (September 30), family and friends attended Lo’s Atlanta funeral service.
Hundreds of people packed the Mount Carmel Baptist Church to pay their respects to Shawty Lo. The service started with a prayer. The rapper’s family and children were front and center with broken hearts. While family members could not speak on cameras, Shawty Lo’s friends, fans and fellow artists did. (WSB-TV)
A few days ago, R&B icon Beyoncé remembered Shawty at her Formation Tour Atlanta stop.
Recent reports revealed Shawty ultimately lost his life due to a fatal head injury.
An Atlanta rapper killed in a fiery crash on I-285 died of “blunt force injury to the head,” the Fulton County Medical Examiner’s office said Thursday. Carlos “Shawty Lo” Walker, the artist known for the hit “Dey Know,” died Wednesday in a crash on the I-285 southbound ramp to Cascade Road, police said. Medical Examiner’s office investigator Bertram Ennett said the manner of death was accidental. It was not immediately clear if alcohol was a factor in the crash. (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
The post Rick Ross Keeps Shawty Lo’s Memory Alive, Reminds World He’s Still “Da Man” [Audio] appeared first on SOHH.com.
Rick Ross Keeps Shawty Lo’s Memory Alive, Reminds World He’s Still “Da Man” [Audio] : SOHH