Archie Eversole, best known for the anthem We Ready, has died at the age of 37.

Archie Eversole, an Atlanta-based rapper, has died.

At the age of 37, the rapper, well known for his anthem We Ready, passed suddenly.

Sources close to his family verified his death to Atlanta radio station Hot 107.9, which first reported his death in an article.

The reason for his death has yet to be revealed.

Eversole recorded his debut album Ride Wit Me Dirty South Style in 2002 when he was 17 years old.

His popular anthem We Ready, which has become a popular hype song at sports stadiums and among athletes, was featured on the gold-selling album.

In 2018, Eversole was chosen to write the theme song United We Conquer for the Major League Soccer team Atlanta United.

According to Alex Henderson’s artist profile on AllMusic, the rapper was born on a US military base in Germany in July 1984.

His father was a member of the United States Navy, and his mother was a member of the United States Army, both of whom were stationed in Germany.

Eversole was raised in Atlanta’s College Park neighborhood after his family came to the United States.

‘The man who gave us ‘We Ready, the best Game Day anthem ever, has passed away at 37 years old,’ tweeted former NFL quarterback Robert Griffin III, 32. Archie Eversole, may you rest in peace. ‘Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and loved ones.’

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