De La Soul rapper David Jolicoeur, known as Trugoy the Dove, dead at 54

David Jude Jolicoeur, better realized under stage name Trugoy the Pigeon as 33% of notorious rap triplet De La Soul, has kicked the bucket.

The news was affirmed to CNN by means of Tony Ferguson, the music gathering's marketing specialist. Jolicoeur was 54 years of age.

Ferguson said Jolicoeur's passing was "a tremendous misfortune" in a call to CNN. A reason for death was not given.

Jolicoeur, a Brooklyn, NY local is generally viewed as one of the most persuasive hip-jump specialists of the 1980s and 1990s

to deliver music in the class that mirrored a gentler tone. Jolicoeur and De La Soul individuals Vincent Manson,

known as Pasemaster Mase, and Kelvin Mercer, known as Posdnuos, shaped the rap triplet in 1988 

together in Amityville, New York. De La Soul delivered their presentation collection "3 Feet High and Ascending" in 1989

that incorporated the hit "Me and no one else," which burned through 17 weeks on the Board Hot 100 diagram.

The collection's break productions, reasonable sound and samplings of James Earthy colored's music affected specialists

A Clan Called Mission, Public Foe and N.W.A. to imitate the gathering's one of a kind style.

"I think the component of that season of what was occurring in music, hip-bounce, and our way of life,

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