Ketchy The Great Wiki – Ketchy The Great Bio
Ketchy The Great was a member of the Stinc Team alongside Drakeo the Ruler in Los Angeles’ underground rap scene, has died as the result of a car accident.
His real name was Jameon Davis, also gained notoriety through his solo work. Davis breakout track, “If I Go Broke,” dropped at the end of 2017 and his mixtape, “Free Sauce,” was released in 2019. His official cause of death has not been released.
RIP Ketchy the Great. One of the brightest LA talents of the last five years: a ball of 1000 watt voltage with a razor blade growl, who never failed to steal a track — whose promise was first undercut by the DA plot to persecute the Stinc Team, & now this. An unspeakable loss. pic.twitter.com/DTBuKVBhBk
— Otto Von Biz Markie (@Passionweiss) February 15, 2021
He was 26 years old.
Ketchy The Great Died in Care Accident
News of the rapper’s death emerged on Tuesday morning and he was said to have been involved in a car accident.
Ketchy’s management reportedly confirmed his death to Pitchfork.
Paying tribute to the Los Angeles-based rapper, Biz Markie tweeted: ‘RIP Ketchy the Great.
His death was confirmed on social media by Drakeo the Ruler on Monday, February 15, 2021, and others who collaborated with him over the years. His press team also confirmed his death to Pitchfork.
Ketchy was best known for being a member of the rap group Stinc Team alongside Drakeo. He also released solo music including the 2017 song If I Go Broke and the 2019 solo mixtape Free Sauce.
‘One of the brightest LA talents of the last five years: a ball of 1000 watt voltage with a razor blade growl, who never failed to steal a track — whose promise was first undercut by the DA plot to persecute the Stinc Team, & now this. An unspeakable loss.’
Arrested in 2018
Ketchy The Great served time in jail for spray painting graffiti during a music video for “The Right Decision,” with Ralfy the Plug.
You can watch the video here or below. He was arrested in 2018 and charged with vandalism with a gang enhancement and witness intimidation with a gang enhancement.
The charges stemmed from the Los Angeles District Attorney’s labelling of the Stinc Team as a gang, Pitchfork reported.
“It was a bunch of bulls***,” Ketchy said on the PALM podcast in December 2020.
He spent two years and 10 months in prison, where he said he started to gain recognition.
Drakeo the Ruler shared a photo on Twitter, writing, “LONG LIVE KETCHY THE GREAT.” The two often collaborated together. He also squelched rumours that Ketchy was murdered, saying he had been hit in a car accident.