Dead Cottonmouth Kings rapper St.Doug at 44

  • Dead Cottonmouth Kings rapper St.Doug at 44

Dead Cottonmouth Kings rapper St.Doug at 44

In the headline, the certificate label told, "Our brother Steven 'Saint Dog" Thronson left us yesterday.

Kottonmouth Kings artist Saint Dog has died at 44 after he was found struggling to breathe at a friend's Victorville, California home early Wednesday, the San Bernardino Sheriff Department said.

Saint Dog founded Kottonmouth Kings in 1996 along with rappers D-Loc and Johnny Richter.

Following the news of the star's demise, many fans flooded social media with condolences and mourned the loss of the rapper. We found it hard to breathe in one of the bedrooms of SD's friend's house, and called 911. Saint Doug's death was announced at the scene.

'Saint was a unique individual that had a profound impact on anyone he came in contact with, ' the management company said.

Sources also revealed that foul play was not suspected, but an official statement on the cause of death will be released after an autopsy and toxicology.

He adds, "His legacy will live on in his music and our hearts go out to his Son Max and his entire family, friends and fans worldwide". Appeared on four early projects, including "Stoners Reeking Havoc", "Royal Highness", "Stash Box" and "Hidden Stash".

Kottonmouth Kings rapper Saint Canine, whose actual identify is Steven Thronson, has died.

"Your memories will never fade to black and Your voice will always be with us".

His report label, Suburban Noize Data, introduced his dying on Wednesday on Instagram. We will lose you and your big courage. You existed one of a sort and our souls are broken.

Kottonmouth Kings formed in Southern California in the late 1990s and released several albums in the ensuing decades. "But we promise to keep your legacy alive through your music". Everyone please take some time and say a few words or tell a story about our fallen brother below. 'That was just the kind of person Steve was and he touched so many people in a positive way'. He released his debut album "Ghetto Guide" in 2004.

Saint Dog officially re-joined the lineup in 2018 to release "Kingdom Come". His newest challenge, "Bozo", was launched on August 2, 2019.