Craig Tirell Robinson Jr. was abruptly taken from his loved ones on November 23, 2022 at the age of 24. He was born August 3, 1998 to Bernice Brown and Craig Tirrell Robinson Sr. He was educated in the Providence and Pawtucket School Systems and graduated from The Metropolitan Regional Career & Technical Center, Class of 2016.
Craig displayed signs of being a gifted individual at an early age. Not only did he excel in Video Games, Music, & Technology, he was also a Tri-Sport Athlete playing Baseball for Club 650, Basketball for the South Providence Recreation Center, and Football for the South Side Saints and Eastside Cowboys. Despite being smaller in size amongst his peers, he made up for it with his huge heart.
That huge heart of his transcended beyond sports. Craig was truly a star family member in all aspects. He was a selfless individual who would go out of his way to make sure his family and friends were taken care of. He adored his Mother, respected his Father, and always made sure to be present for his Grandparents and Siblings. He was also an amazing Uncle and father-figure to his Niece.
Music was Craig’s passion and he began making songs around the age of 13. He received heavy support for his musical endeavors from his Mother and Cousins. Craig was very charismatic, courageous, and never lacked confidence. Through consistency and a desire to never give up, Craig was able to advance his career and become one of the most popular Entertainers in the State. He further expanded his skillset by becoming a music producer, Youtube vlogger, video editor, & content creator. With the guidance of his Uncle, Craig built his own computer and created a recording studio in his room. From there he taught himself how to engineer his own music from start to finish.
Craig is known for his huge smile and infectious laugh. It was difficult to be in a bad mood while in the same room as him. He was always full of positive energy and would try to cheer anyone up with his unique sense of humor. If that didn’t work, his laugh alone would make you laugh along with him. Craig had a great spirit and a genuine one-of-a-kind personality that cannot be emulated. He will truly be missed.