SAN JOSE, CA. (THECOUNT) — The Bay Area hip-hop producer known as “Traxamillion,” has died. He was 43.

Traxamillion, aka Sultan Banks, passed away Sunday, according to blog account Thizzler On The Roof.

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“Rest In Peace @traxamillion The San Jose producer who helped create the “Hyphy” sound passed away today. This is a huge loss for Northern California We send our condolences to his family & loved ones. #RIPTraxamillion.”

No information was provided on a cause of death.

Banks was a hip hop producer from San Jose, California. He has produced records such as Keak da Sneak’s “Super Hyphy” and Dem Hoodstarz “Grown Man Remix”. His first album, The Slapp Addict, was a compilation of Bay Area hyphy artists. was released August 22, 2006, according to Wikipedia.

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