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CIC describes his favorite memories of Quincy B

26 March 2017 / Berenice Mulubah 

CIC
In a heartbreaking Facebook post, posted by CIC this morning, the musician used poetic words to describe who Quincy B was to him and the world. 

"A brother, a friend,a producer,an artist, a complete package of God's blessing to our generation,the most humble,jovious,discipline and respectful creature i've ever known with an angelic voice and a heart of gold. As you switch world, i will forever remember you as a king every kingdom would wish for. Your music will forever sound in our ears and the message of your melody will drown into our soul as for long as we live....
Quincy Quincy Quincy.... Yet no answer??
It seem like a dream as i watch you catch your last air... I'm outta ink to pen down how loving and caring you were to others but before my pen fades out, may your heart free of iniquity, mind full of creativity, love and care, a soul that i know have every attribute to make heaven rest in perfect peace. As i rest my pen on these sheets that are soaken wet BROTHER,sleep on...." CIC


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  1. It's hard to believe, but let us not berried his legacy with him. Let us all start from where he did stop and or until golden peak of his dreams of great Liberia music and musicians as well as industry is realize.

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  2. Have my deepest sympathy papa

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  3. It's so so sad, qb is no more
    RIP Brother till we meet again

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