‘Tamar & Vince’ Alum LaShawn Daniels Died At The Age Of 41 In A Horrific Car Accident

Source: Youtube

LaShawn Daniels, the Grammy-winning songwriter/singer, and producer, is reported to have died at 41.

Daniels was best known for his collaborations with Darkchild, Jennifer LopezBrandy’s “If You Had My Love,” and Monica’s “The Boy Is Mine,” Destiny’s Child’s “Lose My Breath,” Whitney Houston’s “It’s Not Right, But It’s Okay,” Brandy and Monica’s “The Boy Is Mine” and Lady Gaga and Beyoncé’s “Telephone.”

The wife of LaShawn Daniels published a declaration confirming the death of her husband. Here’s her tweet about the death of New Jersey singer and producer LaShawn Daniels in a deadly car accident. He was at the age of 41.

He has been working on other projects, including the Alicia Keys, Michael Jackson, Mary J Blige, Janet Jackson, Toni Braxton, George Michael, and Spice Girls.

He was known as a singer/songwriter and producer, in 2000 he won a Grammy for his songwriting job on “Say My Name” by Destiny’s Child, and his latest Grammy came in 2013 for his job on “Love and War” by Tamar Braxton. He leaves behind his wife April Daniels and their three children, Nahshon, Jett, and Omarr.

He was later seen on Tamar & Vince, appearing on the reality series Braxton Family Values with his wife April Daniels.

Several celebrities have been mourning over his loss since his passing, homage to Pouring Tweets on social media. Dawn Richard, Tweeted, the musician: “Yooooo, I’m lost. The death of LaShawn Daniels?!!!! I’m stuck with that. While working in Dirty Money, this guy took my vocal capacity to fresh levels. One of the best-hearted funniest individuals. A rare talent and a lovely soul. “tweeted British singer MNEK,”


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here