Model and rap artist Chynna Rogers died April 8, 2020, in Philadelphia at the age of 25. No official cause of death has been given.
Chynna was a part of A$AP Mob after pairing up with A$AP Yams when she was 15. After Yams encouraged her to write her own rhymes, she began releasing her own singles including “Selfie” and “Glen Coco”. She released her debut EP “This Isn’t Happening” in 2015. Chynna’s final release – “In Case I Die First” – came in December 2019.
As a member of A$AP Mob she has performed at the SXSW Music Festival.
A recovering addict, her music often had death as its theme. She noted in a 2016 interview, “I think there’s too many soundtracks to our lives. I need music to die to.” It was her final post on Instagram.
Before becoming a music artist, Chynna was a teen model. She was discovered when she was 14 years old at the Six Flags Great Adventure park in Jackson, New Jersey.
Chynna Marie Rogers was born in Philadelphia, Pennsynvania.
Chynna’s survivors include her father Michael Magness and siblings Michael, Jeremy, and Nala.
Rapper Chynna Rogers has passed away of an apparent overdose at the age of 25. We send our deepest condolences to her family and those affected by her passing. RIP 🕊 pic.twitter.com/nJ3FfVlkTv
— MEFeater Magazine (@mefeater) April 9, 2020