Rapper 6 Dogs’s net worth, biography, fact, career, awards and life story

Rapper 6 Dogs Wiki – Rapper 6 Dogs Biography

Rapper 6 Dogs was an American Atlanta-based Rapper whose real name was Chase Amick. The musician shot to fame on Soundcloud and his music has been described as “druggy” and “trap-inflected.”

Amick started his rap career in secret. He was recording songs at his friend Tommy’s basement, due to growing up in a Christian household. He burst out into the rap scene via SoundCloud in 2016.

His most famous hits include the songs, “Faygo Dreams,” which racked up over 14 million views on YouTube, and “Flossing,” which has nearly 7 million views, the latter of which was shot on an I-phone in his parents’ basement.

Rapper 6 Dogs Age

Rapper 6 Dogs was 21 years old.


Amick is survived by his parents and sister.

Rapper 6 Dogs Ex-Girlfriend Arlaina Axenroth

The couple often posted about each other on their social media accounts two years ago. Around the time Arlaina and 6 Dogs reportedly lived together, the rapper released the songs Buttcheeks, OK, Off the Gas, and 6 wolves.

Mental Health

6 Dogs’ music brought awareness to Suicide & Mental Health Issues. He told The Bird Feed that creating music has helped him relieve stress and express his honest emotions, but what touched the rapper the most was having fans reach out to him to say his music prevented them from dying by suicide.

While speaking with The Masked Gorilla, Amick opened up about his own mental health struggles.

“I was super depressed, you know, I still feel some type of way sometimes but for the most part I’m straight now, but I just needed an outlet,” he said in 2017. “I’ve always wanted to rap. I remember just sitting in the lifeguard stand, the entire summer, 8 hours a day or longer and just sitting down and I was like ‘this sucks, I want to do something with my life.’”

His final tweet was a screenshot of Ray Daniels asking fellow musicians to reach out to those who may be suffering from depression.

Cause of Death

6 Dogs died by suicide on January 26, as first reported by Everything Georgia. On July 1, he revealed on Twitter that he tested positive for coronavirus. He tweeted, “Just took a covid test and my results came back positive:/ I’m str8 just a pretty bad headache. I’m a healthy food tho so I should b fine. Unfortunately, this will put a delay on the album thx for Rockin w me y’all.”

Fans, friends, and fellow rappers filled social media with their condolences following the news of 6 Dogs’ death.

One person tweeted, “spent my entire middle school life listening to their stuff truly one of the reasons I make music and am the person I am today, the self-titled project they put out in 2017 is truly one of my favorite pieces of music ever rest in paradise 6dogs :(.”

Rapper Lil Aaron tweeted, “rip 6 dogs. real underground legend. made it all the way to benny Blanco off of some internet rap songs. forever the goat.”

6 Dogs had amassed 186,000 followers on Instagram, and he just had one video posted from February 2018 at the time of his death. The comments section filled with “RIP” messages on Tuesday.