American music stars died in Type 2 diabetes

Here are 1 famous musicians from United States of America died in Type 2 diabetes:

Frankie Knuckles

Frankie Knuckles (January 18, 1955 The Bronx-March 31, 2014 Chicago) also known as Francis Nicholls, Knuckles, Frankie, The Night Writers, The Nightwriters, Nightwriters, Frankie Warren Knuckles, Jr., The Godfather of House Music or Franky Knuckles was an American disc jockey, record producer and remixer.

His most important albums: Too Many Fish, Choice: A Collection of Classics, Bac n da Day, Best of Frankie Knuckles, The Whistle Song, Baby Wants to Ride / Your Love, Ultimate Production, Beyond the Mix, Ministry of Sound: Sessions 6 and United DJs of the World. His related genres: House music, Disco, Rhythm and blues and Soul music.

Frankie Knuckles was a pioneer of house music and is credited with helping to popularize the genre in the 1980s. He began his career in New York City, where he worked as a DJ at the Warehouse, a club that is often cited as the birthplace of house music. Knuckles later moved to Chicago, where he continued to DJ and also worked as a remixer and producer.

Throughout his career, Knuckles collaborated with many notable artists, including Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, Janet Jackson, and Madonna. He won a Grammy Award in 1997 for his remix of the song "Fantasy" by Mariah Carey.

Knuckles was also known for his humanitarian work and was involved in various charities throughout his life. He passed away in 2014 at the age of 59, but his legacy in the music industry lives on.

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