Ebene News – US – Fat Boys Prince Markie Dee has passed away

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Mark “Prince Markie Dee” Morales of legendary hip-hop group The Fat Boys has passed away at the age of 52

Details on Morales’ death are scarce at the moment, but many have taken to social media to pay their respects to the late master of ceremonies Rock The Bells, where he worked as a radio host and DJ, tweeted his condolences on Thursday (Feb 18) “The Rock The Bells family are heartbroken to learn of the passing of Mark ‘Prince Markie Dee’ Morales earlier today,” the official page tweeted “This voice and his presence can never be replaced Our thoughts and our prayers go to his loved ones “

The Rock The Bells family are heartbroken to learn of the passing of Mark “Prince Markie Dee” Morales earlier today This voice and his presence can never be replaced Our thoughts and prayers are with his loved ones imageTwittercom / Tn6wSJ6soq

Questlove took to Instagram to share an old clip of The Fat Boys on the “Soul Train” TV show and to praise their work in “As If They’re So Dope” hip hop. just took it for granted They did dope routines & no dance, albums turned gold & platinum Commercials & TV & They explored territories for the first time that today looks like * yawning * on a Tuesday ” , he captioned his Instagram post

He also listed artists for whom Morales wrote and produced hits, including Mary J Blige, Mariah Carey, Coolio, Craig Mack, Drake, Jennifer Lopez, Ariana Grande, Frank Ocean, Destiny’s Child, and Macy Gray

After The Fat Boys, Morales began a solo career and signed with Columbia Records He released his debut album Free in 1992, which spawned the No. 1 hit single, “Typical Reasons (Swing My Way)” from 2008 In 2010, the New York native worked as a radio host for 1035 The Beat WMIB radio in Miami

Most recently, Morales hosted a radio show on SiriusXM’s Rock The Bells, which was founded by LL Cool J Our hearts and prayers are with the family and friends of Morales Rest In Peace

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Ebene News – United States – Fat Boys’ Prince Markie Dee has passed away

Source: https://www.revolt.tv/news/2021/2/18/22290277/prince-markie-dee-fat-boys-died