Family Of Famous 90s Singer Exposed His Scary Sudden Death
Some may not know his name, but most of us, R&B lovers, know his music. For those of us who recognize his face, it’s because we probably remember him as one third of the 90’s group, Playa. They had a few hits in the late 90’s, including their 1998 joint, “Cheers 2 U.” They were signed to Devante Swing’s Swing Mob label, alongside Timbaland, Missy Elliot, Ginuwine and others; and they also contributed to Jodeci’s hit album, The Show, The After Party, The Hotel.
Playa faded into R&B history in the early 2000’s, but Stephen “Static Major” Garrett went on to have a very successful career as a hit-making songwriter, producer, and solo artist.
He began working very closely with Timbaland on many Timbaland-produced hits: Static wrote several hits for Aaliyah, including, Are You That Somebody; Try Again, We Need A Resolution; More Than A Woman; and Rock The Boat…
He also co-wrote Ginuwine’s hit, Pony, as well as hits for Dr. Dre’s artist, Truth Hurts, including her 2002 DJ Quick-produced smash, “Addictive.” Static’s last major co-written hit, shortly before he passed away in 2008, was Lil Wayne’s hit single, Lollipop, which Static copped a Grammy award for…
BUT SEE THE SAD DETAILS OF HIS DEATH & WHY HIS WIFE & FAMILY ARE OUTRAGED>>>
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