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Traxamillion Aka Sultan Banks (Real Name) Hip-Hop Producer Cause Of Death, Dies At 42




It’s a sad day for the hip hop industry as the popular hip hop producer Traxamillion has died. The star was only 42-year-old when he breathed his last. It has been reported that the American record producer passed away on Monday, January 3, 2021, in Santa Clara, California, United States. Thizzler On The Roof, a blog account, took to Twitter to share the devastating news. Sharing a picture of the late celebrity, the blog wrote that the producer who helped create the “Hyphy” sound has died today. Offering their condolences to his family, they added that it’s a huge loss for Northern California.


Ever since the heartbreaking news has been announced, netizens have gotten shocked. AS the producer was only 42, his death has taken everyone by surprise. No one seems to believe that fact that he has already left the world. Social media is witnessing a flood of condolences and RIP messages while Traxamillion cause of death or reason has also caught the attention of the public.

Fans have been searching on the internet that what happened to the young producer that took his life this early. Well, no information regarding the same is provided yet. However, according to The Sun, Traxamillion was battling a rare type of cancer that eventually became his death cause. The producer’s manager Prashant Kumar (PK) has reportedly stated that Traxamillion whose real name was Sultan Banks was suffering from cancer since 2017 and had recently been in-home hospice at his aunt’s residence.

Who Was Traxamillion?

More information about the said disease and circumstances of his death has not been made available yet. Talking about him, he had worked with plenty of artists throughout his career and had established a name for himself. He had created the “Hyphy” sound which is a lifestyle and rap genre usually associated with Bay Area hip hop. He delivered numerous hit songs with artists including E-40, Too Short, Keak Da Sneak, Mistah F.A.B and many more.

In 2006, Sultan Banks went ahead to release a compilation album titled “The Slap Addict”. The album featured some of the aforementioned artists along with Clyde Carson, Turf Talk, and San Quinn. Fans have been calling the producer’s death a huge loss in the industry. One fan addressed the producer as an “extreme influence” while others also paid him sincere tributes. Currently, an investigation has been ongoing to find out the circumstances of his sudden death.