Rapper Sad Frosty, a social media sensation, died aged 24.

The hip-hop world is mourning the death of Texas rapper Sad Frosty, who reportedly died Friday at 24 from undisclosed causes.

The Houston musician’s passing was confirmed Sunday in a post on his official Instagram account.

The late lyricist's personal life is unknown. Frosty, whose true name is unknown, rose to fame with the song “ADHD Freestyle,” the Sun claimed.

He also famously collaborated with fellow hip-hopper DC the Don on a single called “Beavis and Butthead,” 

a video of which has nearly 1.5 million views, on Frosty’s YouTube channel, which boasted nearly 95,000 subscribers and millions more views on other tracks at the time of his death.

Frosty has previously collaborated with fellow hip-hop artist DC the Don on a single called “Beavis and Butthead” which currently has almost 1.5 million views on YouTube.

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“Rip Bro smh,” said bereaved Florida rapper DJ Scheme on Instagram, while Oklahoma influencer and rapper B. Lou added, “LOVE YOU DAWG RIP FLY HIGH.”