LaShawn Daniels popularly known for his works as producer and songwriter/singer has reportedly passed away at the age of 41.
However, the cause of death was not yet confirmed by the authorities. But the death of LaShawn Daniels had led to an outpouring from collaborators and fans alike from all over the world on social media platforms.
LaShawn Daniels was popularly known for his collaborations with music producer Darkchild along with credits of songwriting on the litany of pop and for the R&B classics that include Brandy and Monica’s sols “The Boy is Mine”.
LaShawn’s other collaboration works include “Telephone” by Beyonce and Lady Gaga, “Lose My Breath” by Destiny’s Child, “It is Not Right But It is Okay” by Whitney Houston and “If You Had My Love” by Jennifer Lopez.
LaShawn Daniels has also worked with Micheal Jackson, Janet Jackson, Alicia Keys, Spice Girls, Toni Braxton, Mary J Blige, and George Micheal.
LaShawn Daniels has won a Grammy Award way back in 2000 for his work in songwriting the song “Say My Name” which was sung by Destiny’s Child. And his most recent award was a Grammy Award in 2013 for his work in “Love and War” by Tamar Braxton.
In the past few years, LaShawn Richards has become a regular presence on reality shows like Tamar & Vince and Braxton Family Values. LaShawn Daniels was seen in these shows along with his wife, April Daniels.
A lot of celebrities have weighed in their opinions and shared their grief all over social media. Dawn Richards said that Daniels has trained her vocals when she was 19 and that he even made her escalate her vocal ability while they worked in Dirty Money.
Along with Dawn Richards, singer Victoria Monet, British songwriter/singer MNEK and Kehlani were among the others who have conveyed their grief.