‘The Fat Boys’ Rapper Prince Markie Dee Passes Away At 52

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oi-Waiz Ahmed

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Prince
Markie
Dee,
one-third
of
the
well-known
’80s
hip
hop
group
The
Fats
Boys,
has
died.
He
handed
away
on
Thursday
at
age
52.
The
trigger
of
his
dying
has
not
been
launched.

Born
as
Mark
Anthony
Morales
on
February
19th,
1968,
the
Brooklyn
native
was
additionally
a
prolific
songwriter
later
in
his
profession
and
hosted
a
radio
present
named

The
Prince
Markie
Dee
Present

on
SiriusXM’s
Rock
the
Bells
station.

Prince Markie Dee

Louis
Gregory,
the
Fats
Boys
group
supervisor
confirmed
the
information
of
his
demise
and
paid
tribute
to
the
late
rapper
on
his
Twitter
account.
He
wrote,
“Ceaselessly
in
my
Coronary heart.
Prince
Markie
Dee
was
extra
than
a
rapper;
he
was
one
of
my
very
finest
and
closest
pals.
My
coronary heart
breaks
right now
as a result of
I
misplaced
a
brother.
I’ll
all the time
love
you
Mark
and
I’ll
cherish
every thing
you
taught
me.
Tomorrow
is
your
birthday,
swing
my
approach
huge
bro.”

Morales
alongside
with
Darren
Robinson
(the
Human
Beatbox)
and
Damon
Wimbley
(Kool
Rock
Ski)
fashioned
the
Fats
Boys
group
in
1983.
The
group
popularized
beatboxing
and
their
fourth
album,
‘Crushin,’’
went
platinum
in
1987.
However
after
the
group
break up
in
1991,
Morales
moved
on
to
a
solo
profession
and
releasing
his
debut
album
‘Free’
in
1992.
He
additionally
penned
quite a few
songs,
together with
some
of
Mary
J.
Blige’s
first
hits
and
on
albums
from
Drake,
Prince,
Jennifer
Lopez,
Mariah
Carey,
Ariana
Grande
amongst
many
others.

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