The American musician Troy Sneed has died at 52 due to COVID-19 complications. The singer passed away on Monday in a hospital in Jacksonville, Florida.
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- The American musician Troy Sneed has died at 52 due to COVID-19 complications.
- The singer took the last breathe early Monday at a hospital in Jacksonville, Florida.
- Sneed earned a Grammy nomination for his work on the Youth For Christ’s 1999 album “Higher.”
- KD Bowe confirmed his death with shared a post on Instagram.
- Sneed started his music career in 1999 when he released the maiden album ‘Call Jesus’.
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Sneed had started his music career in 1999 when he released his super hit maiden album ‘Call Jesus’ with collaboration Malaco Records.
KD Bowe shared a post on Instagram with the caption & confirmed his Death, “you were the first person I could tell the WHOLE story to. You were the first person I told about my first born. You never falsely judged me & I’m telling you, I needed that man. More than I could ever express.”
He added, “There are things you literally took to the grave. I promise you bro, whatever Em and the kids need, I’ll do my best to be there for them. I know you handled your business on the financial tip & they’re set for life, but damn bro … you left me man. This ain’t supposed to be this tough.”
Musician Troy Sneed Dies At 52 From COVID-19
Troy Lenard Sneed, Jr. was an American gospel musician. He started his music career on November 7, 1999, with the release of Call Jesus by Malaco Records. His second album, Bless That Wonderful Name, was released by Savoy Records in 2001.
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