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Rapper Ty Dies Of Coronavirus At 47

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UK rapper Ty has died at the age of 47 after contracting the coronavirus, his press team confirmed to The Guardian. The acclaimed hip-hop artist gained prominence with his debut album “The Awkward” and was nominated for the Mercury Prize for 2003’s “Upwards.” Many members of the British music scene – including fellow rap stars Ghetts, Roots Manuva and Blak Twang – mourned Ty’s loss on social media.

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