Chucky Thompson, famed hip hop Unhealthy Boy producer, lifeless at 53
Chucky Thompson, a producer for Unhealthy Boy who labored with a few of the greatest names in hip hop and R & B together with Infamous B.I.G., Nas and Mary J. Blige has died. He was 53.
His publicist, Tamar Juda, confirmed the information to CNN on Tuesday. No explanation for loss of life was shared.
“It’s with a really heavy coronary heart that I can verify the passing of Chucky Thompson,” Juda stated in an announcement. “To anybody in his orbit, you understand how beneficiant he was together with his vitality, creativity and love. Each the music trade, and the world has misplaced a titan.”
A local of Washington, DC, Thompson started his profession in music as part of go-go music legend Chuck Brown’s band, The Soul Searchers.
Thompson was tapped by Sean “Diddy” Combs to change into certainly one of his unique “Hitmen,” the in home manufacturing that labored with a few of the greatest stars of Unhealthy Boy Information, the label Combs based.
The producer discovered a lot of his success working with artists like Mary J. Blige and Religion Evans on songs which are actually thought-about classics.
On Monday night time, Blige posted about his loss of life on social media.
“I simply spoke to this man final month! We have been discussing our plans to work collectively once more,” Blige wrote within the caption of a photograph of Thompson on her verified Instagram account. “Chucky and I used to be and can all the time be a musical match made in heaven. He knew every thing I used to be feeling personally and once we labored on the ‘My Life’ and ‘Mary’ albums.”
The Grammy nominated producer not too long ago talked to Essence journal about Blige’s documentary “My Life,” which premiered on Amazon earlier this summer time.
“Mary and Puff gave to me a belief that gave delivery to a vibe that helped create a historic second in music,” he stated. “This ‘My Life’ documentary is a glimpse into that vibe that moved R&B music eternally.”