Tee Millian, a rapper best known for his 1999 track Wanna be a baller, has died of a heart attack. Famous hip-hop musician is known for his catchy tracks and powerful raps.
Tee Millian solo albums include Power Move and Million Dollar Hooks. Tee hoped to collaborate with Lil’ Flip on new tracks and albums, but he died of a heart attack.
Tee Millian death was confirmed by Tricia Bentley of the Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences.
The rapper’s death stunned the hip-hop industry. Many rappers and friends extended condolences to his family, expressing their sorrow and grief.
Tee Millian’s moniker, Million Dollar Hook Man, was extensively adopted. On Why Them Hataz Still Mad and Big H.A.W.K.’s Chillin With My Broad, he has also worked.
However he said that word of mouth helped him sell 15,000 copies of his first record in Houston. When Tee died, many suspected he was shot or killed, although he died of natural causes.
Tee Millian wife told how he fainted seconds after waking her up, saving his family from a vehicle accident. Terence Prejean was the real name of the late hip-hop singer Tee Millian.