Jamaican music stars died in Diabetes mellitus

Here are 1 famous musicians from Jamaica died in Diabetes mellitus:

Junior Murvin

Junior Murvin (February 11, 2015 Port Antonio-December 2, 2013 Port Antonio) also known as Jr. Murvin or Murvin, Junior was a Jamaican singer.

His albums include Police and Thieves, Inna De Yard, Muggers in the Street and Rescue the Children / Rescue the Children Version. Genres related to him: Reggae.

Junior Murvin began his music career in the early 1970s, recording his first single, "Solomon" in 1974. He rose to fame in 1976 with the release of his hit song "Police and Thieves", which was later covered by The Clash. Murvin's unique vocal style and socially conscious lyrics gained him recognition as one of Jamaica's most talented and influential artists. In addition to his solo work, Murvin collaborated with other notable musicians such as Lee "Scratch" Perry and Black Uhuru. Despite his success, Murvin struggled with mental health issues and drug addiction throughout his career. He passed away in 2013 at the age of 67.

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