Sugar Minott death.....

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  1. L u c y

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    Mar 28, 2009
    Dancehall legend Sugar Minott died from a fatal heart attack over the weekend in his native Jamaica. He was 54. Minott canceled Canadian performances two months ago after complaining of chest pains that apparently stemmed from an undisclosed heart condition.

    Born Lincoln Barrington Minott, he began his musical career as a singer for the African Brothers and later branched off with a solo career that included 'Vanity,' 'Herbsman Hustling,' 'Oh Mr DC,' 'No Vacancy,' and 'House is not a Home.' His 1978 solo debut, 'Live Loving,' is considered by many to be the first dancehall album. Ironically, Minott's biggest hit was his 1984 cover of the Jackson 5's 'Good Thing Going' which reached No. 4 on the U.K. Charts.

    (apologies for missing this... I only just realised I didnt post it :s)

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