Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Marvin Sease has passed at 64

Today is another sad day for the World of music, as we have learned that American R&B singer Marvin Sease has died today at age 64.
According to online reports, Sease passed away at Vicksburg, Mississippi just eight days before turning 65. Although it was rumored that Sease was suffering from pneumonia, the exact cause of death has not been revealed yet.
Marvin started his career as a gospel singer with diverse groups at a young age, but when he was 20 he moved to New York and there he joined the Gospel Crowns. But he quickly decided that he wanted to form his own R&B group and along with his three brothers he formed the band Sease.
Sease had big successes such as the 1986 song “Ghetto Man” and the 1987 track “Candy Licker”.

He continued his career releasing several more albums in the upcoming ten years. He was booked to appear in music festivals this month.
Rest in Peace Marvin Sease. Here’s a video to remember him