Charles Ingalls, a fast-rising DJ and electronic music producer, died at the age of 25.
He was popularly known by his stage name CharlestheFirst and a prominent figure in EDM scene.
Police are investigating the death of musician Charles Ingalls, who was found dead in Nashville Friday morning.https://t.co/0Nmu7MJWPS
— Tennessean (@Tennessean) December 10, 2021
Unfortunately he was found dead inside a hotel room at 10: 28 am in near McGavock Pike in Nashville. The news was first reported by his friend.
It was said that he had to appear at The Caverns concert hall in Pelham on Saturday.
— Dustin PREM-SINGH-Penner (@Dustinpenner25) December 10, 2021
The Metropolitan Nashville Police Department is currently investigating the reasons behind the death of a popular figure . However there was no evidence of trauma on Charles’ body but did not reveal the immediate cause of death. Investigators are currently awaiting toxicology and autopsy reports.
He was from California, born in 1996, Sierra Nevada Mountains region, he always wanted to be a musician. His earlier childhood described as engaging mainly in singing and creative things.
Police are investigating after 25-year-old musician Charles Ingalls, also known as CharlestheFirst, was found dead by a friend in a Nashville hotel room Friday. https://t.co/XFemeANTFH
— WLOS (@WLOS_13) December 12, 2021
The young producer was known for his ability to blend hypnotic bass music with lo-fi and hip-hop.His career had been just started, he had a promising future.
Many figures have shared tributes to the late singer on social site including REZZ, Moore Kismet, and PEEKABOO, and many others.
“Ffs man another young one gone… RIP CHARLESTHEFIRST,” wrote Skream. “Met briefly a hand full of times but that’s irrelevant….. Always had a great energy and done what he did very well.”
“Early this morning our beloved Charles Elias Ingalls passed away in his sleep,” reads a tweeted statement shared by Lab Group, a multimedia collective co-founded by CharlestheFirst. “Amongst many things, Charles was a larger than life presence that deeply moved and affected all who knew him.”
“A son, a brother, a friend, a poet, and an absolutely brilliant musician,” the statement continues. “He lived his life with a sense of magic and inspiration that most people only dream of.”