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EULOGY: QUINCY B WILL BE MISSED BUT HIS MUSIC LIVES ON

By: Walter S George Jr

QUINCY B


The mysterious death of renowned singer Quincy L Burrows marks the end of the journey for a fast rising local musician who burst into the musical scene few years ago but whose songs will continue to woo and warm the hearts of many.
   
 The curtain fell on the singer popularly known as Quincy B early on Friday morning March 3, 2017 while on his way from performing at Anglers a local entertainment center in Monrovia from a fetal motor accident that took away his life.
Quincy B shot into fame few years ago when Scientific feature him on his hot single called My Dream that became a popular hit in Monrovia.

Among the secular male singers, he ranked top and his fame was rivaled by Sweetz, David Mell and many other Rnb singers. His songs were on high demand on various stations in Monrovia.

On Friday upon hearing of her death, stations dedicated their whole day to his songs and allowed his fans and well wisher to pay tribute to him.  Many of those who called in said that of his age he has transform the music industry, he is a legend and that would be remembered for a long time.

Several radio personalities including Mr. Bernard Benson of HOTT FM/TV who confessed of being his fan said, it was unfortunate he had died when his songs are really gaining popularity and international recognition.

“It is unfortunate that the life of a promising young and talented person had been cut short by the bloody hands of death! I have always found his music to be educative, entertaining and a true reflection of our society” said Mr. Benson of ELBC.
The lyrics are truly moving, the voice wantonly sweet, the diction carefully chosen and his body movements matching the words. Quincy B will be missed by man of his fans and the music industry at large. Quincy B was not just a singer; he was a producer, song writer and an engineer.

Quincy B was a motivation for many young musicians who see him as a hope for them because he was a guy that was down to earth and a very good singer.
Quincy B was also a advocate for musician right as it relates to signing endorsement and recommend the issue of lawyers acting on their behalf.

Quincy B will be missed for his sweet melodies and his music production but his music will lives on.
Rest in Peace Quincy L Burrows. 

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