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The rapper Coolio has died at 59

 The rapper Coolio has died at 59

Coolio, the rapper who was among hip-jump's greatest names of the 1990s with hits including "Gangsta's Heaven" and "Phenomenal Journey," passed on Wednesday at age 59, his supervisor said.

Coolio kicked the bucket at the Los Angeles home of a companion, long-term director Jarez Posey told The Related Press. The reason was not quickly clear.

Coolio won a Grammy for best performance rap execution for "Gangsta's Heaven," the 1995 hit from the soundtrack of the Michelle Pfeiffer film "Risky Personalities" that examined Stevie Marvel's 1976 melody "Hobby Heaven" and was played continually on MTV.

The Grammy, and the level of his prevalence, came in 1996, in the midst of a furious fight between the hip-bounce networks of the two coasts, which would end the existences of Tupac Shakur and The Famous B.I.G. before long.

Coolio figured out how to remain for the most part over the contention.

"I might want to guarantee this Grammy for the benefit of the entire hip-bounce country, West Coast, East Coast, and around the world, joined we stand, partitioned we fall," he said from the stage as he acknowledged the honor.

Brought into the world in Monessen, Pennsylvania south of Pittsburgh, Coolio moved to Compton, California. He invested some energy as a youngster in Northern California, where his mom sent him since she felt the city was excessively perilous.

He said in interviews that he began rapping at 15 and realized by 18 it was how he needed to manage his life, yet would go to junior college and work as a worker fireman and in air terminal security prior to dedicating himself full-time to the hip-bounce scene


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