Heavy D Dead Alive

Rapper Heavy D 44 Dead :
(AP) Los Angeles - Heavy D, the self-proclaimed "overweight lover" of hip-hop has become one of the best rap hit makers with wit, humor and a positive atmosphere, has died. He was 44th . Lieutenant Mark Rosen of the Beverly Hills police said Heavy D died in a Los Angeles hospital Tuesday after collapsing outside his home. Rosen said the police were sent to Beverly Hills condo Heavy D Tuesday morning after receiving a report of an unconscious person lying on the deck of a building. Heavy D was found conscious and communicative, but had difficulty breathing and was taken to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center where he later died. Rosen said the detective Beverly Hills found no signs of foul play and believe his death was medical. He said, Heavy D, "was returning home from shopping. He had difficulty breathing while walking to her apartment building. It was a novice to his staff when building collapsed in the hallway outside."
Heavy D Dead Alive
The last tweet of Heavy D, who often filled its schedule with positivity, was posted on Tuesday morning and read, "be inspired" Dwight Arrington Myers, the rapper known as Heavy D, Heavy D and the Boyz, and his crew released their first album "Living Large" in 1987. Their hits included "Now that we've found love," "Who is the man" and "Somebody For Me". New York-born rap star was one of the most fundamental kind, the last in 1980 and 1990, because it was based on new sounds, and the star power to fuel its phenomenal growth in the mainstream. First rapper hits the deep voice, "The overweight lover in the house", its up to its heavy chassis. But at the same time that the nickname would stick, its weight does not become a part of his repertoire, like the Fat Boys. What has attracted people to his music was a style of his unit, which celebrated the passion, the party vibe - sometimes funny, sometimes inspiring, and almost always positive.
Most people are familiar with, Heavy D, rap icons, "says the actor-comedian Tommy Davidson." I loved his brother, who has made an indelible mark on me as an artist and as a man. I miss him already. "
In the mid 1990s, Heavy D became president of Uptown Records, the label that published most of his albums and was also home to artists such as Mary J. Blige and Jodeci. He also created the soundtrack of the comedy series "In Living Color" and "MADtv" and starred in the television series "Boston Public," "The Tracy Morgan Show" and "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" and in films like "Life" and "Step Up".
"I feel bad," tweeted rapper and "Law & Order" actor Ice-T "Everyone should stop for a moment, take a breath and realize how lucky you are alive, so enjoy every second of your luv for them."
Along with the merger of the "New Jack Swing" style of music, Heavy D was a constant presence on the charts, and also go to the figure of interpreters. He has collaborated with artists such as Michael Jackson's 1991 single "Jam" and duo 1997 "Keep It Coming" with BB King.
"My heart goes out to the family and (loved), which was Heavy D," tweeted La Toya Jackson, who appears with him in a concert tribute to Michael Jackson last month. "I'm sorry sooo (loss). You'll be in my prayers."
The late Notorious BIG, Sean Kingston Love and Quest were only a few artists, Heavy D, which are calculated for the inspiration.
"We had many good times roll together," tweeted MC Hammer. "He had a heart of gold. He was part of what is good about the world. "
Heavy D was not so successful with his latest album, Boyz free. He attempted a comeback in the reggae-powered in 2008 with the album "Vibes," which contained no rapper. He returned to his roots lyric on his latest album, "Love Opus," which was published in September, and he played a medley of his hits prior to the 2011 BET Hip Hop Awards last month.
"I'm so glad we came to work for her performance last month at the BET Hip-Hop Awards," said Stephen Hill, BET's president of music programming and promotions. "HEV was concentrated, energetic and happy. He worked hard, as he always had, to excite the public. Our condolences go to his family and especially his daughter, he doted on. It was a unique figure in hip-hop, and will be missed. "
He recently had a cameo in the new film "Tower Heist 'with Eddie Murphy and Ben Stiller.


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