Atlanta-based rapper, Archie Eversole is best known for his anthem We Ready. We’re sad to report, Archie tragically passed away on Wednesday.

Sources close to his family confirmed Eversole’s death to Atlanta radio station Hot 107.9, which first reported his death in an article. He was just 37 at the time of his passing. The details regarding the circumstances of his death have yet to be released.

Eversole was age 17 when he recorded his debut album Ride Wit Me Dirty South Style that was released in 2002. The gold-selling album featured his popular anthem We Ready that has is one the most popular hype song at sports stadiums and among athletes.

Eversole was chosen to create the theme song United We Conquer in 2018 for the Atlanta United team of the Major League Soccer. His untimely passing has surely left a void.


According to an artist biography by Alex Henderson on AllMusic, the rapper was born in July 1984 on a US military base in Germany. His father was in the US Navy and his mother was a member of the US Army and both were stationed in Germany. Following his tragic passing, tributes poured in for Eversole on social media.

Former NFL quarterback Robert Griffin III, 32, posted on Twitter, ‘The man who gave us ‘We Ready, the greatest Game Day anthem ever, has passed away at 37 years old. Rest In Peace Archie Eversole. Prayers up to his family and loved ones.’ A locker room video of football players singing We Ready also was shared on social media following Eversole’s death. You can revisit, We Ready below.

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Shubham Banerjee

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