Archie Eversole, Atlanta Rapper Has Died

Atlanta rapper, Archie Eversole, best known for his song “We Ready” has passed away.

The scene has sadly lost another voice that resounded loudly. Many would not know his name, but they most certainly would have heard his voice while attending sporting events or several casual centers.

Back in 2002, Archie Eversole scored himself a major hit song when he released “We Ready”. It has been named one of the greatest pre-game hype tracks ever. On Wednesday, April 13, multiple sources reported that Archie had passed away. He was aged 37. No cause of death has been revealed yet.

Eversole gained good attention in the scene when he released his debut in 2002. The album was titled “Ride Wit Me Dirty South Style”. He was aged 17 at the time. The album included his biggest hit song, “We Ready” which became a success and was certified Gold. The song also became quite the sensation standing through the test of time and gaining more momentum over the years.

Following the song’s success through the years, Eversole gained more recognition in the ATL scene. In 2018, he was contracted to release the theme for the Major League Soccer club, the Atlanta United. The song was titled “United We Stand.”

Archie’s death was first announced by sources who knew him. Former Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Robert Griffin III tweeted, “The man who gave us ‘We Ready,’ the greatest Game Day anthem ever, has passed away at 37-years-old. Rest in Peace Archie Eversole. Prayers up to his family and loved ones.”

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