Social Media Remembers Jamaican Reggae Singer Frankie Paul

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Published on May 22, 2017 with No Comments

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Jamaican reggae crooner Frankie Paul passed away Thursday night at the age of 52 at the University Hospital of the West Indies (UHWI), where he was a patient since April.

Frankie Paul, whose given name is Paul Blake was born in 1965.  Paul reportedly suffered from diabetes and succumbed to renal complications from the disease.

Many of Frankie Paul’s friends, peers and associates took to social media to remember the “Pass the Tu-Sheng-Peng” singer:

 

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🙏 #ripfrankiepaul

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If you’re not certain about who Frankie Paul was or his music here are some of his songs which you should know:  I Know the Score, Worries in the Dance, Prison Oval Rock, Cassanova, Sara and the list goes on.. 

RCS extends its condolences to friends, family and loved ones…rest in power Frankie Paul!

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