Bankroll Fresh, American rapper, Died at 28


Trentavious White was born in Atlanta, Georgia, and died on March 4, 2016.

His stage name was Bankroll Fresh/Yung Fresh.

He was an American rapper from Atlanta, Georgia.

He started his rap career under the alias Yung Fresh, and, under this alias, appeared alongside Gucci Mane on multiple records.

During 2014, White collaborated with Mike Will Made It on the song “Screen Door”.

Later, he made a guest appearance on the song “For the Love”, which appeared on the 2014 Metro Boomin mixtape 19 & Boomin’.

Trentavious had a minor hit of his own with the 2014 single “Hot Boy”, and the same year, he released the mixtape Life of a Hot Boy.

During 2015, Bankroll Fresh released ‘Life of a Hot Boy 2′, and later that year, followed it up with his self-titled mixtape.

Bankroll Fresh released a video for his song “Poppin’ Shit”, in February 2016,

Trentavious White was shot by an unknown perpetrator at Northern Atlanta Recording Studio.

Trentavious White passed away at 28 yrs old.