Initially known by the stage name Yung Fresh, he was a rapper whose first hit of any kind was the 2014 single "Hot Boy." He would pout out mixtapes called Life of a Hot Boy, Life of a Hot Boy 2 and a self-titled release.
He got started under the name Yung Fresh while collaborating alongside Gucci Mane on several of Gucci's records.
He collaborated with Mike Will on a song called "Screen Door."
His real name was Trentavious White, and he was from Atlanta. He was shot and killed at a music studio.
He was a guest on the song "For the Love" from Metro Boomin's mixtape 19 & Boomin.