7 January 2012 Bio
Trentavious Zamarius White (August 2, 1987 – March 4, 2016), better known by his stage name Bankroll Fresh or Yung Fresh, was an American rapper from Atlanta, Georgia. Raised in the Pittsburgh community, he began his music career as a young child.
In 2014, Fresh collaborated with Mike Will Made It, on the song “Screen Door”. Fresh later also made a guest appearance on song “For the Love”, which appeared on Metro Boomin’s 2013 mixtape “19 & Boomin. Fresh had a minor hit of his own with the 2014 single “Hot Boy”, and the same year, he released the mixtape Life of a Hot Boy. In 2015, Fresh released Life of a Hot Boy 2, and later that year, Fresh followed it up with a self-titled mixtape.In February 2016, he released a video for his song “Poppin’ Shit”.
White was shot and killed at Street Execs studio on March 4, 2016.  Rumors began to surface on March 8, 2016, that Fresh was killed by another rapper named No Plug. It was reported that Fresh and No Plug got into an altercation inside a studio, which led to No Plug and his crew running off with Fresh’s gun. Fresh then proceeded to chase after No Plug & his crew and when he arrived outside, shots were fired at Bankroll. It was reported that more than 50 shell casings were at the scene of the crime. Many celebrities and friends including 2 Chainz, Lil Wayne & Plies have mourned the death of the rapper.