R&B singer and dancer B. Smyth has died on the age of 28, upright weeks after releasing his newest single Twerkaholic Pt. 2 from his ICU mattress.
Denzil, the R&B singer’s older brother, confirmed the tragic news in a video posted Thursday on Smyth’s Instagram web page.
In the caption, Denzil wrote that the Twerkaholic singer, loyal title Brandon Smith, passed a long way flung from respiratory failure after a lengthy battle with pulmonary fibrosis.
“On behalf of my brother and my household we are looking to speak thanks to all of you for your total devour & give a enhance to in the end of the years,” Denzil captioned the put up. “We are also looking to speak thanks for your total prayers. #RIPBSMYTH Cherish you bro!”
Denzil said his brother continuously talked about how a lot he beloved his fans and he had been staring at dance challenges for his newest launched single Twerkaholic Pt. 2 three weeks ago while within the intensive care unit on the hospital.
“All these novel TikToks and Instagram reels made him no doubt, no doubt joyful,” Denzil recalled. “He was in a neighborhood to comprise a smoother task… The total devour and lightweight you were sending on social media he no doubt felt it and sunk into it.”
He said his brother requested him to create the video to veil his fans how a lot he “appreciates the entirety you guys enact for him”, and that it was his fans who inspired him to pursue novel initiatives in tune or sort.
Smyth rose to prominence on YouTube by maintaining songs by Rihanna and Miguel, similar to Assign and Quickie.
In 2012, he signed with Motown Data and launched his first single, Leggo, with 2 Chainz. In 2013, he launched an EP called The Florida Files, which incorporated the lead single Be pleased Be pleased with Future.