Rising Minnesota rapper Alexis Alijai Lynch, who went by the stage name Lexii Alijai, died at 21 years old, her family announced on Jan 1. From your heart to your dope own look," wrote LaMycha Jett, Lynch's cousin, alongside a collage of the artist in one of multiple posts about the musician. You touched so many people through your music. The details surrounding Lynch's death were not immediately released. NBC News has reached out to Lynch's family for comment. While in high school, the budding artist gained notoriety after posting viral videos of her rapping over Drake, 2Pac and Meek Mill songs.
Jessica Owen, mother of St. A Hennepin County spokeswoman said the medical examiner is awaiting toxicology reports. Police officers were called to the Loews Hotel in downtown Minneapolis about 2 p. Lynch had spent the night with others at the hotel. She was dead when officers arrived. Owen said she raised her daughter in St. On YouTube, Lexii Alijai has close to 20, subscribers. Owen said performers hope to organize a tribute concert at the First Avenue concert venue in Minneapolis in
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Lexii Alijai was born and raised in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Alijai released her first mixtape, Super Sweet 16s , in on her sixteenth birthday. The following year, she and rapper Shaun Sloan collaborated on a mixtape titled Same Struggle. Different Story.
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