Who was Traxamillion?

HIP-HOP producer Traxamillion was from San Jose, California.

According to blog account Thizzler On The Roof, the musician reportedly passed away on January 2, 2022.

Who was Traxamillion?

Born on March 25, 1979, Traxamillion was a well-known hip-hop producer from the Bay Area.

He was known for his work on records like Keak da Sneak's Super Hyphy, as well as Dem Hoodstarz Grown Man Remix.

On August 22, 2006, Traxamillion released his first album, The Slapp Addict, which features a compilation of work from Bay Area artists.

The producer signed with 454 Life Entertainment in 2010, producing the label's single We Get Money by Drew Deezy and Thai VG, featuring Glasses Malone.

He is credited with helping to introduce the hyphy movement to America.

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What was his reported cause of death?

Around 1.40pm ET, a Twitter account shared the news that Traxamillion reportedly died.

"Rest In Peace @traxamillion … The San Jose producer who helped create the 'Hyphy' sound passed away today," they wrote.

"This is a huge loss for Northern California … We send our condolences to his family & loved ones. #RIPTraxamillion."

He was 43 years old at the time of his alleged passing. There is currently no further information to his cause of death, and no confirmed report from his family or team.

What is hyphy?

Hyphy is a slang word for "hyperactive," and is used as an adjective to describe hip-hop music – specifically from the Bay Area of California.

The term was first coined by Oakland rapper Keak da Sneak, who worked closely with Traxamillion.

Around the 1990s, the hyphy movement gained traction and spread into the early 2000s.

Hyphy music is distinguished by pounding rhythms, often compared to crunk music of the south.

Throughout the 2010s, the hyphy movement saw a resurgence in club and hip-hop music.

Los Angeles producer DJ Mustard is known for his hyphy-style music, and has worked with artists like Tyga, 2 Chainz, and Young Jeezy.

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