Rapper and OnlyFans star Enchanting dies aged 26

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By James Kay

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Enchanting, a popular rapper and OnlyFans star has sadly passed away aged 26.

Enchanting, whose real name was Channing Nicole Larry, had been signed to Gucci Mane's 1017 Records until earlier this year.

"She came to my house the last four days to get clean. She tried her best and I did everything I could to help her, she tried," a representative from her management team told The Shade Room, confirming her death on Tuesday evening.

Her cause of death has not yet been confirmed, however, reports suggest she had been taken off life support following a suspected overdose.


Larry's boyfriend, MotionGod Bandman, shared a heartfelt message on Facebook, posting a photo of the couple with the caption: "You finally found that peace that you was looking for you. Y'all hurt me bad."

Larry's profile remains active on 1017 Records' website, where her bio details her start in music following high school graduation.

Describing her unique style as "Trap-n-Blues," she is quoted saying: "Other people can relate to the things I say. I might help somebody through any situation, they can listen to me and find peace."

Larry's music has garnered significant attention, with her YouTube page accumulating four million views and her Spotify profile boasting around 660,000 monthly streams. In 2020, she was featured on the mixtape Gucci Mane Presents: So Icy Summer.

In addition to her music career, Larry was a content creator on OnlyFans, where she amassed over 25,000 likes.

GettyImages-1321296769.jpgEnchanting was signed to Gucci Mane's record label. Credit: Prince Williams/Getty

In a 2021 interview, Larry recounted her upbringing as an "army brat" born in Germany, moving to Atlanta, and eventually settling in Fort Worth, Texas, which she considered home.

Larry was profiled by the Dallas Observer in 2023, where she discussed her musical beginnings in the church choir and her time as a high school cheerleader. Post-graduation, she worked in hair and nails before fully committing to a career in hip-hop.

"I feel like music was always something that was easy for me. I felt like I was musically inclined, always. It was something that I thought should probably put more time and effort into because it was natural, you know, instead of trying to force a talent," she said in the interview.

At the time, Larry was collaborating with producer J White, known for his work with Cardi B, Megan Thee Stallion, and Gucci Mane.


She also expressed enthusiasm for the rising number of female artists in hip-hop, saying: "It's looking hopeful for more and more women to just continue to blow up. I feel like it was a male-dominated sport, but now it's becoming more feminine-dominated. I love that for the girls."

If you or someone you know is battling addiction, please reach out for help and contact the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration's (SAMHSA's) National Helpline at 1-800-662-HELP (1-800-662-4357) or go to https://findtreatment.gov/ 

Featured image credit: Prince Williams/Getty

Rapper and OnlyFans star Enchanting dies aged 26

vt-author-image

By James Kay

Article saved!Article saved!

Enchanting, a popular rapper and OnlyFans star has sadly passed away aged 26.

Enchanting, whose real name was Channing Nicole Larry, had been signed to Gucci Mane's 1017 Records until earlier this year.

"She came to my house the last four days to get clean. She tried her best and I did everything I could to help her, she tried," a representative from her management team told The Shade Room, confirming her death on Tuesday evening.

Her cause of death has not yet been confirmed, however, reports suggest she had been taken off life support following a suspected overdose.


Larry's boyfriend, MotionGod Bandman, shared a heartfelt message on Facebook, posting a photo of the couple with the caption: "You finally found that peace that you was looking for you. Y'all hurt me bad."

Larry's profile remains active on 1017 Records' website, where her bio details her start in music following high school graduation.

Describing her unique style as "Trap-n-Blues," she is quoted saying: "Other people can relate to the things I say. I might help somebody through any situation, they can listen to me and find peace."

Larry's music has garnered significant attention, with her YouTube page accumulating four million views and her Spotify profile boasting around 660,000 monthly streams. In 2020, she was featured on the mixtape Gucci Mane Presents: So Icy Summer.

In addition to her music career, Larry was a content creator on OnlyFans, where she amassed over 25,000 likes.

GettyImages-1321296769.jpgEnchanting was signed to Gucci Mane's record label. Credit: Prince Williams/Getty

In a 2021 interview, Larry recounted her upbringing as an "army brat" born in Germany, moving to Atlanta, and eventually settling in Fort Worth, Texas, which she considered home.

Larry was profiled by the Dallas Observer in 2023, where she discussed her musical beginnings in the church choir and her time as a high school cheerleader. Post-graduation, she worked in hair and nails before fully committing to a career in hip-hop.

"I feel like music was always something that was easy for me. I felt like I was musically inclined, always. It was something that I thought should probably put more time and effort into because it was natural, you know, instead of trying to force a talent," she said in the interview.

At the time, Larry was collaborating with producer J White, known for his work with Cardi B, Megan Thee Stallion, and Gucci Mane.


She also expressed enthusiasm for the rising number of female artists in hip-hop, saying: "It's looking hopeful for more and more women to just continue to blow up. I feel like it was a male-dominated sport, but now it's becoming more feminine-dominated. I love that for the girls."

If you or someone you know is battling addiction, please reach out for help and contact the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration's (SAMHSA's) National Helpline at 1-800-662-HELP (1-800-662-4357) or go to https://findtreatment.gov/ 

Featured image credit: Prince Williams/Getty