Lexii Alijai has died at an earlier age of 21. She had collaborated with many artists including Kehlani. Raeish Clark who is a cousin of Alijai confirmed her death in a Facebook post on 1st January. The cause of death is undisclosed.
She wrote on the post that whoever knew her or had heard her music would have chills. She was a real legend. She further wrote that Lexii was talented and had a beautiful soul. It was too soon for her.
Another member of the family, LaMycha N Jett also posted on her own page along with Alijai’s photos. She wrote that life is as crazy as hell. She wrote that her heart is broken and her tears won’t stop. She loved her more than she would ever know.
Kehlani also tweeted from her Twitter account. Her reaction to the news of mixed with confusion, anger, and sadness. She wrote in her post that Lexii meant a lot to her. She was special to her. She also wrote that Lexii was about to get everything that she talked about.
Rapper Bas also tweeted that the news is hard to comprehend. Lexii was so young, talented, humble and gracious. He was positive that soon the world would celebrate her talent and character.
Born in 1998, Alexis Alijai Lynch was from Saint Paul, Minnesota. The American rapper’s stage name was Lexii Alijai.
She went to Como Park Senior High School in Lake Como following her interest in basketball. Her focus shifted from basketball to music and she got herself transferred to Creative Arts Secondary School in Minnesota.
She began her full-time career in music. She began rapping over popular beats of Try Me by Dej Loaf, Thugz Mansion by 2Pac and Girls Love Beyoncé by Drake.
She released her first mixtape in 2016, titled Super Sweet 16s. Alijai also collaborated with Rocky Diamonds and rapper Shaun Sloan.
Her second mixtape, In The Meantime, came out in 2016. She collaborated with Kehlani oh Kehlani’s mixtape. Her lyricism grabbed her the media attention. In 2017, Alijai debuted with her studio album, Growing Pains.