Madsodi Simpson Death – Madsodi Simpson, an American rapper and singer with the stage name Lil Sodi, has passed away on Friday, August 4, 2023, he was also known on social media as Orangutan Sodi. A cause of death has not been been confirmed but reports has it that he died in a motor vehicle accident.
The Gangster Chronicles confirmed the news of his passing on their official page. according to the post, Lil Sodi had dreams that were coming to fruition and moving in a positive direction. “We were blessed to become friends. Rest eternally in Gods arms.”
Who Is Lil Sodi?
Lil Sodi is a musician hailing from the western region of South Los Angeles, previously referred to as South Central Los Angeles. This area is known for its affiliation with the Eight Tray Gangster Crips, a prominent street gang. Sodi garnered attention in the music industry upon securing a contract with 100 Entertainment, a record label established by Bigfase 100, a member of the Cedar Block Piru street gang located in Compton, California.
Big Sodi, Lil Sodi’s father, is also a member of the Eight Tray Gangster Crips, and the younger Sodi took his moniker from his father. While serving time in the California Division of Juvenile Justice (DJJ), which was formerly known as the California Youth Authority (CYA), Sodi began his career as a vocalist before transitioning into a rapping career. Before signing with Corporate Thug Entertainment, which was founded by the rapper Young Jeezy, he released two mixtapes on the 100 Entertainment label.
Lil Sodi is recognized for his collaborations with blood rappers like as P-Smurf of Denver Lane Bloods, who made his debut on Spider Loc’s “Blutiful World (remix),” despite the fact that he is a member of the Eight Tray Gangster Crips. In addition, he has collaborated on music with Compton Menace (Fruit Town Piru) and Suga Buga from Weirdoz Bloods. Suga Buga is well known for his membership in Bloods & Crips, The Relativez, and the Damu Ridas. He has also done songs with other artists.
He became friends with Boskoe 100, who was a member of the Queen Street Bloods, which is a street gang based in Inglewood, California. Lil Sodi and Bigfase 100 collaborated on a project called “The Best Of Both Rags,” which makes a reference to the bloods (also known as red rags) and the crips (also known as blue rags). This project is virtually identical to the Bloods & Crips (rap group) effort from the 1990s, which was a partnership between the actual Bloods and Crips gangs.
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