More sad news for the hip-hop community today, TMZ Report rapper Biz Markie, born Marcel Theo Hall, has died at the age of 57 from complications from diabetes. In 2020, he has hospitalized for the same problem vấn and is now fighting the disease. TMZ cites a family source confirming the rapper passed away at a Baltimore hospital at 6:25 p.m. tonight.
“We announce with deep sadness that, tonight, with his wife Tara by his side, hip hop pioneer Biz Markie has passed away peacefully,” his rep Jenni Izumi said in a statement. a statement for Rolling Stone. “We are grateful for the calls and prayers of support we have received during this difficult time. Biz has created an artistic legacy that will forever be celebrated by his industry colleagues and his beloved fans, whom he has been able to touch on his life through. through music, spanning over 35 years,” added Izumi. “He left behind a wife, many family members and close friends, who will remember his bubbly personality, frequent jokes and frequent jokes. We respectfully request privacy for his family as they mourn their loved one.”
A member of Juice Crew, who lives in New York, and is primarily known for rhymes written by Big Daddy Kane (also of Juice Crew), rapper, singer, DJ, record producer, performer Actor, comedian and writer is a multi-talented entertainer and entertainer who has earned the title of “The Clown Prince Of Hip-Hop.”
His debut album Goin ‘Off was released in 1988 and included the underground singles “Nobody Beats The Biz” and “Vapors.” His second album, Biz never sleeps came out just a year later, and even if you’re not familiar with Biz Markie’s extensive catalog, odds are most people have heard his breakout from this record, “Just A Friend” “. After its release in 1989, it became a global hit and is still played today, decades later.
His third album I need a haircut debuted in 1991, and was followed in 1993 with All templates have been deleted!. That title refers to a landmark sampling case that one of his songs, “Alone Again,” was involved in. Then he released his last solo album, Weekend Warriors, in 2003. In addition to her musical career, Markie is also an on-screen actor and a comedian, including appearances in The Man in Black II and opened Chris Rock’s “No Apologies” tour in 2008.
Rest in a legend.
https://uproxx.com/music/biz-markie-dead-age-fifty-seven/ | Biz Markie passed away at the age of 57 due to complications from diabetes