2007 AM CALLING HIT MAKER SKY B IS DEAD
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It is with overwhelming sadness that I type these words, Nigerian rapper, Sky B is dead.
The rapper apparently died from heart attack. He passed on in the early hours of today in Owerri, Imo state.
According to tips we got from Instablog9ja, he was pronounced dead at Federal Medical Centre, Owerri, Imo State. The cause of death was said to be a heart attack.
2007 Am Calling Hit Maker Sky B Is Dead
You will remember him as the rapper who dropped the 2007 hit song, ‘I’m Calling’ and other smash hits like ‘You Ogechi my girl’ ‘Pray For Me’ and ‘Here I Am.’
Sky B back in 2007 released his debut album titled, Pray For Me.
Last year, he was the victim of a motor accident.
Meanwhile, Mad Melon of the ‘Danfo Driver’ dies after a battle with illness, this story broke out this morning and still trending
Mad Melon and his associate Mountain Black released three albums collectively and enjoyed massive success between 2003 and 2005.
Mad Melon of the ‘Danfo Driver’ reputation died in a Lagos medical institution on Wednesday, September 25 after a combat with illness.
Mad Melon real identify Omeofa Oghene hit reputation with his accomplice Mountain Black with the 2003 hit track ‘Danfo Driver’.
They released three albums together.
Music icon icon, Daddy Showkey proven information of Mad Melon’s passing on his Instagram on Thursday, September 26, 2019.
“What kind of unhappy news is this, what type of sad information is this, what sort of sad news is this,” a visibly shaken Showkey says in the video.
Oh my God, we just lost somebody, I simply heard it simply now. I’m now not pleased at all, I’m now not happy.
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Nigerian veteran musician, #SkyB, is dead . . The Nigerian music industry has yet again suffered another great loss with the death of “Ma bebe” crooner, #SkyB. . . The ace musician was found unconscious in the early hours of today at his residence in #Owerri, #ImoState. . . Sources claimed he was rushed to the Federal Medical Centre, Owerri, where he was confirmed dead. It was later revealed that he had suffered a heart attack.