Singer B. Smyth Dead At 28 Following Battle With Pulmonary Fibrosis

Singer B. Smyth Dead At 28 Following Battle With Pulmonary Fibrosis

Smyth, an R&B singer, passed away at the age of 28. In a video posted to B. Smyth’s official Instagram account, his older brother Denzil Smith confirmed the information. I regret to inform you that my brother lost his battle with pulmonary fibrosis and died this morning from respiratory failure,”

Smith wrote. While he was in the intensive care unit, “my brother was really happy to see a lot of people make challenges for his newest released track, it really brought a big grin to his face.

So, on behalf of my brother and my family, we would want to thank you for all of your love and support over the years, he continued. We request discretion during these trying times. Denzil claimed in the video that Brandon had asked him to create a film for his brother’s

admirers to view after his death before his brother passed away. Denzil claims that Brandon constantly emphasized the bond between him and his followers and worked hard to provide them with the best materials. For his most recent single, #Twerkoholic part 2,

several of you created challenges, which made my brother very happy, he stated in the caption. It “truly brought a big smile to his face while he was in the ICU.” Born in Florida,

Brandon began his career as a musician by securing a record deal with Motown Records and collaborating with 2 Chainz on his debut track, “Leggo.” Throughout his career, he put out two Eps, a number of songs, and appeared on a number of Billboard’s R&B/Hip-Hop charts.

The musician displayed his dance prowess in the music video. A year later, he released his debut EP, “The Florida Files,” which included six original songs, including the Future-featuring “Win Win.”

Working with well-known rap artists is “absolutely cool,” Smith told Complex in 2013. It’s truly a blessing for me to move from being a fan to being among them as my peers and working on records with them, he said. RIP


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