Roberta Flack’s godson Musician Bernard Wright Has Died At 58.
Funk, Jazz, and Soul singer Bernard Wright passes away, fellow musician William S. Patterson confirms in an official statement on Facebook.
“On behalf of the family of Bernard Wright (Nard), We are saddened to announce that yesterday [Thursday, May 19]. Bernard has been called home to the Highest.”
Furthermore, it reads. “Many thanks for everyone’s support, encouragement, and prayers for Nard throughout the years. Please keep the family in your thoughts and prayers through this difficult time. Our hearts are heavy and our faith is strong. To be absent from the body is to be present with The Lord! LOVE! Rest In Power, Nard.”
The above statement does not identify any cause of death, so the bernard wright’s cause of death remains unknown.
Bernard Wright was born in Jamaica, Queens on November 16th, 1963. Nard debuted in the music industry after he inked a deal with GRP Records and released his first album “nard.” Moreover, his album nard gave hits like “Haboglabotribin’” and “Just Chillin’ Out.”
Moreover, he released many classic albums in 1981, the Classics were massively sampled in “90s rap music”, including “Gz and Hustlas.”
In 1932, he released Snoop Dogg Doggystyle and LL Cool J’s followed by “Loungin Remix” in 1996.
“We are extremely sad to report the passing of keyboardist and “Who Do You Love” hitmaker, Bernard Wright, at age 58. What a talent!” via SoulTracks on Twitter.
— soultracks (@soultrackscom) May 20, 2022