american rapper Artis Leon Ivy Jr.artistically known Coolio died this Tuesday at the age of 59. As reported last night by the media in that country. The Grammy winner was at a friend’s house at the time of the incident. His body was found dead in the bathroom of the house.
As reported by his manager to TMZ portal, The famous rapper was at a friend’s house in Los Angeles and decided to go to the bathroom, but after a while, her friend went to look for her if everything was fine and got no response. Then, opening the door, he found her lying on the ground and called the emergency service, which pronounced the artist dead upon arrival at the scene.
Coolio rose to prominence on the Los Angeles rap scene in the ’90s when he recorded the song “Gangsta Paradise” (which uses the Stevie Wonder classic “Pastim Paradise” as the basis for the 1995 film “Dangerous Minds”). gained massive popularity. Starring Michelle Pfeiffer.
In 1996, “Gangsta’s Paradise” was nominated for Record of the Year and Best Rap Solo Performance at the Grammy Awards, winning Coolio.
Following that success, Coolio’s career had the momentum needed to continue producing hits, although no one came to step on the heels of his massive success. He said “Oh, here it goes!” recorded. for the opening sequence of Kenan and KeloD Nickelodeon.
Artis Leon Ivy Jr., his real name, was born on August 1, 1963, in Compton, California, a center of West Coast rap and the scene of much of the late 1980s and early 1990s known as gangsta rap. was. In fact, his famous hit dates back to the turbulent period in which Tupac Shakur and The Notorious BIG lost their lives: “He spent most of his life living in gangster heaven,” as there were so many versions in the song’s chorus. Parodic Amish Paradise by comedian “Weird” Al Yankovic, they recorded their first single in 1987, titled what are you going to do? also recorded What Makes You Dance (Force Groove) With Nu-Skool in 1988. In 1991 he joined the group WC and Maad Circle, which was led by rapper WC. He was a co-partner on the group’s first album, Damn the thang didn’t change,
is more than 120 thousand followers On his official Instagram account where he used to share his concerts, musical collaborations and new releases in the world of rap.