Kottonmouth Kings Rapper Saint Dog died at 44

Saint Dog of the Kottonmouth Kings died on Oct. 13

Saint was a unique individual that had a profound impact on anyone he came in contact with.

Following the news of the star's demise, many fans flooded social media with condolences and mourned the loss of the rapper.

Rapper Saint Dog, Kottonmouth Kings founding member, has passed away at 44. Police pronounced Saint Dog dead once they arrived at the scene. While waiting for autopsy and toxicology reports, the cause of death is determined. We've been told that SD's friend called 911 when he discovered that he was struggling to breathe in one of the bedrooms at home. Whereas Saint is not with us, his music will dwell on perpetually.

Saint Dog founded the Kottonmouth Kings in 1996 with D-Loc, Johnny Richter, Daddy X, Lou Dog, and DJ Bobby B. The California-based group fused hip hop, punk, and rap-rock, along with other genres, and often talked about marijuana in their music.

The saint was one of the founding members of the Southern California hip-hop group, which formed in Orange County.

RIP. Our brother Steven "Saint Dog" Thronson left us yesterday.

The original lineup of the group included Saint Dog, D-Loc, and John Richter.

Another user tweeted, "So many memories throughout the years but I'll never forget the first time I ever met you at @thegotj #GOTJ #Y2K11 & #Y2K13 When I randomly bumped into you, barrowed yer lighter &blazed up with you".

His record label, Suburban Noize Records, announced his death on Wednesday on Instagram. "You were one of a kind and our hearts our broken", the statement from Kottonmouth Kings reads.

In 1998, Kottonmouth Kings released their first EP, aptly titled "Stoners Reeking Havoc", and their first studio album "Royal Highness" with Capitol Information and Suburban Noize Information. But we pledge to protect your legacy alive threw your music.' His supervision also took to his Instagram grip and shared the announcement with his fans. His debut solo album, Ghetto Guide, was released in 2004. His newest challenge, "Bozo", was launched on August 2, 2019.