Chicago rapper Juice Wrld died at his age 21 Sunday morning after suffering cardiac arrest at a private hangar at Midway Airport. He has recently been signed with a major label, according to authorities.
Chicago Fire Department spokesman Larry Langford reported that paramedics were called to the hangar operated by Atlantic Aviation shortly after 2 a.m. as the young black rapper suffered from severe attack.
He was an American rapper, singer, and songwriter from Chicago, Illinois, has real name Jarad Higgins actually had arrived at Midway on a private jet.
The 21-year-old Hip Hop artist had been taken to Advocate Christ Medical Center, but doctors couldn’t save his life and revealed him dead at 3:14 a.m., reported by the Cook County medical examiner’s office.
He has no idea about what thing brought him at cardiac arrest, though an autopsy will be carried out on Monday.
Anthony Guglielmi, police spokesman for Chicago told addressing reporters that “there were no signs of foul play and all individuals aboard the aircraft are cooperating with CPD and have given all of their information. We are awaiting the Cook County medical examiner on the cause and manner of death.”
Wrld was born December 2, 1998, Chicago, IL, grew up in the south suburbs of Chicago. He went to Homewood-Flossmoor High School. He earned his graduation in 2017, and called a brilliant and creative student by teachers and staff.
Jodi Bryant, Homewood-Flossmoor, spokeswoman told that he had been an extraordinarily talented person in music and played numerous instruments.
Wrld had signed a reported $3 million contract with Interscope previous March after his EP “Juice Wrld 999” accumulated millions of streams on SoundCloud.
His second album entitled, “Death Race for Love,” hit stores past spring, and came out No. 1 on the album chart. He had been traveled around Europe with Nicki Minaj on a co-headlining bill this year.
However, mumble-rap singing against drill-lite percussion and pop-punk melodies were Higgins’ additional activities, even though he bridged the gap between urban and suburban youth experiences.