Hitmen Producer Chucky Thompson Dead At 53


Carl E. “Chucky” Thompson, finest recognized for his Hip Hop and R&B manufacturing for Dangerous Boy’s Hitmen crew, has died. He was 53.

It isn’t instantly clear how Thompson handed away. Nonetheless legendary radio DJ Donnie Simpson tweeted it was as a result of problems from COVID-19.

On Monday afternoon (August 9), document producer and DJ Younger Guru confirmed the tragic information on his Instagram web page.

“There may be nothing I can write that can take away this ache,” Guru captioned his put up that includes an image of the 2 of them. “I’ve to say RIP to my mentor, my huge brother, the person who modified my life ceaselessly. You had been the kindest individual the world has ever seen. You had been essentially the most gifted musician I’ve ever been round. You handled me like household from day one.”

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He added: “You made some extent to the labels that I needed to fly to New York with you on each session. You place me in rooms with Biggie. I’ll ceaselessly be in your debt and I’ll ceaselessly be your little brother. This one hurts so dangerous I can’t even clarify it.”

Through Okayplayer, Thompson’s publicist Tamar Juda additionally launched a press release. “It’s with a really heavy coronary heart that I can affirm the passing of Chucky Thompson…To anybody in his orbit, you know the way beneficiant he was together with his power, creativity and love. Each the music business, and the world has misplaced a titan,” the assertion reads.

Chucky Thompson contributed to main hits for artists, together with Religion Evans, Usher, Mariah Carey, Brian McKnight, Nas, Complete, Craig Mack and extra. As a member of The Hitmen, he produced platinum singles “One Extra Likelihood” and “Huge Poppa” for the Infamous B.I.G. in addition to Mary J. Blige’s Grammy-nominated album My Life.


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