Philadelphia rapper Chynna Rogers, best known as Chynna, has died aged 25, her family confirmed through her management.
“Chynna was deeply loved and will be sorely missed,” they wrote in a statement, Pitchfork reports.
Rogers began her career as a model, signing with Ford Models when she was 14.
She was open about the opiate addiction she struggled with in the wake of her music taking off, addressing her trouble on her 2016 mixtape Ninety.
She released her first singles in the early ’10s, finding online success quickly with 2013’s “Selfie” and 2014’s “Glen Coco.”