He was 24. Nicky da B, rising New Orleans bounce star, has died, Alison Fensterstock, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune. Our condolences go out to his family at this time.". "It is with heaviness in our hearts today that we confirm the passing of Nicky Da B. Nicky was a beautiful soul and we will always be grateful for his magnetic personality and loving spirit," his managment said in a statement. Hip-hop mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs launched the political Our Black Party on Thursday. Single Reviews: Diplo Featuring Nicky Da B, 'Express Yourself,' and Others. With 33 candidates vying for four at-large seats on the seven-member Los Angeles Community College District board, the well-being and academic success of the state’s neediest college students are at stake. "He was definitely loved by many, all his fans, colleagues, family and friends," Big Freedia said Tuesday, when reached on the phone in Portland, Ore. Freedia and Katey Red, although only a few years older than Toney, grew up together during an era when gay men were not as readily accepted in the bounce music scene. No additional details are yet available. August Brown covers pop music, the music industry and nightlife policy at the Los Angeles Times. He was 24. Diplo and Lil Internet reacted to the sad news online as well with shock and remembrance: A daily briefing on what matters in the music industry, Ice Cube on Role in Developing Trump Campaign's 'Platinum Plan' for Black America | Billboard News, Billie Eilish Posts Racy Photo to Hit Back at Body-Shamers | Billboard News, Ariana Grande Launches Countdown to 'Positions', Jennifer Lopez & Alex Rodriguez Join Joe Biden, Encourage Latino Community to Vote, BTS Gives ‘Dynamite’ Performance at the 2020 Billboard Music Awards | Billboard News.
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