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Gangsta's Paradise, rapper Coolio, passes away



"Gangsta's Paradise," rapper Coolio, passes away at the age of 59.

At the age of 59, the rapper Coolio passed away in Los Angeles, where he had been visiting his friend EMTs for a few days. The website "TMZ" reported the news of Coolio's passing; he was better known by his stage name Artis Leon Ivey Jr. The musician's agent, according to the website, discovered his body on the bathroom floor.


After relaying the information, emergency responders arrived right away but were unable to save the life of the well-known rapper. The paramedics who attended to the emergency call believe the musician suffered from cardiac arrest, according to Coolio's agent Jarez Posey, who spoke with TMZ.


Additionally, police sources have told 'TMZ' that there were no drugs discovered at the scene of Coolio's death. His causes of death will be discovered during the autopsy that the body will undergo.


Coolio's musical career. 

He started out as a rap star in the United States in the 1980s, and in the 1990s, he broke out internationally with the hit song "Gangsta's Paradise," which was featured on the soundtrack for the film "Dangerous Minds." '(Dangerous Minds), Michelle Pfeiffer's television series. In reality, the song, which topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart for three weeks, helped him win a Grammy Award in 1996.


The rapper was born in Pennsylvania in 1963, but he moved to Los Angeles at the end of the 1980s to launch his career as a musician. From the album It Takes a Thief, which included singles like Fantastic Voyage and It Takes a Thief, the rapper released his first mixtape, It Takes a Thief. Along with authoring the cookbook and hosting the programme Cookin' with Coolio, the rapper also contributed to the audiovisual industry, earning over 100 credits in series and films.

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