He was only 28 years old: singer B. Smyth dies after a long illness

He was only 28 years old
Singer B. Smyth dies after a long illness

Singer B. Smyth rose to prominence in the early 2010s with covers of famous songs. Later he also makes his own music. His track “Twerkaholic” becomes a big hit. Now his career comes to an abrupt end – at the age of only 28 B. Smyth loses the fight against a serious illness.

The US singer B. Smyth is dead. He was only 28 years old. The tragic death happened last Thursday. The artist’s brother announced the sad news on Instagram. B. Smyth’s brother Denzil wrote on the late’s official channel: “Today I regret to announce that my brother passed away this morning of respiratory failure after a long battle with pulmonary fibrosis.” On behalf of his late brother and family, Denzil thanks everyone “for all the love and support over the past few years” and asks for privacy “at these difficult times.”

In a short clip on Instagram, Denzil explained that before dying, his brother asked him to direct the video to let his fans and supporters know that he “appreciates all the things you guys do for him.” Denzil Smyth also said information about a memorial service for his brother will be announced soon.

According to his brother Denzil, B. Smyth, whose real name was Brandon Smith, watched “dance challenges” in his last days in the intensive care unit, which fans created for his recently released single “Twerkaholic, Pt.2” and shared online had. “All these new TikToks and Instagram reels have made him really, really happy,” the deceased’s brother said in the video.

B. Smyth became known in the early 2010s with covers of famous songs that he posted on YouTube. The artist, who was born in Fort Lauderdale, Florida in 1994, has already had around half a million views with cover versions of Rihanna’s “Stay” and Miguel’s “Quickie”. In 2012, B. Smyth was signed to Motown Records. His track “Twerkaholic”, released in 2014, has 17 million views on YouTube.

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