R&B Singer B. Smyth Dies At 28: His Brother Confirmed The Tragic News

According to reports, B. Smyth, an R&B performer who enjoyed success over the past ten years, has passed away. He was 28. The terrible news was posted on Instagram by the singer’s brother Denzil Smith. After a protracted struggle with pulmonary fibrosis, Smyth,

real name Brandon Smith, died on Thursday morning, November 17, from respiratory failure, according to Smith, who revealed this in a poignant video.

He went on to claim that the musician was in the intensive care unit when fans created social media challenges for his most recent song, which made the musician very happy. “Twerkaholic Part 2.” The follow-up to “Twerkaholic,” which debuted last month,

has been a fan favourite of Smyth’s. In 2012, Smyth and rapper 2 Chainz collaborated on the song “Leggo,” which peaked at No. 12 on the charts on the Hot R&B Songs chart. On “Win, Win” and “Getting’ That,” he also collaborated with Future.

2018 saw more than 30 million views on YouTube for the song “Ride Good,” which he co-wrote with the singer LightSkinKeisha.

The brother of B. Smyth said that preparations for the funeral would be made soon. A livestream of the event may be available for those who are unable to attend the funeral.


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