The late rapper, who died Wednesday at the age of 59, mentioned his collaboration with Irish rock band Aslan’s Christy Dignam in an interview with The Irish Examiner published in July.
we are just getting started. There is a track in progress. The lyrics are something I haven’t started working on yet. Construction of the track is currently underway. This summer, he predicted that within the next four to six weeks, he would be able to do something concrete.
I think you can expect it to be a resounding success. After that, it’s hard to say whether we’ll take a solemn and introspective approach, or choose a more lighthearted, celebratory tone. added that the dark and deep can still be dangerous. That’s the direction I like to lean.
Coolio, whose real name is Artis Leon Ivey Jr., talked about his career and the success of his song “Gangsta’s Paradise,” released in 1995, and featured LV’s vocals in an interview. The song won the Best Rap Solo Performance award and remained at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 for three weeks.
He once said, “You make music, but you never think about what it does or doesn’t do.” That’s Gangsta’s Paradise’s biggest achievement, and I’m happy about that. It was four years ago that he was posted on Tommy Boy, a YouTube hip-hop channel. In just four years, he has amassed a billion views.
50 Cent’s “In Da Club” sold a billion copies in the same week that I did. Seventeen years passed before “In Da Club” sold his billion copies. Then, 4, he chimed.
Longtime manager Jareth Posey told PEOPLE that rapper Coolio died Wednesday in Los Angeles.
https://celebrityinsider.org/before-his-passing-coolio-was-collaborating-with-an-irish-singer-christy-dignam-on-new-music-534043/ Before his death, Coolio collaborated with Irish singer Christy Dignam on new music.