Who was Ángela Bofill, jazz and R&B icon, and what did she die of?

Who was Ángela Bofill, jazz and R&B icon, and what did she die of?
Who was Ángela Bofill, jazz and R&B icon, and what did she die of?

Angela Bofill, the renowned singer-songwriter of Cuban-Puerto Rican descent, has died at the age of 70. The news of his death has deeply moved both the music world and his many followers.

Bofill died Thursday at his daughter’s residence in Vallejo, California, Rich Engel, his friend and representative, confirmed to People magazine. The cause of his death has not yet been revealed, leaving many of his fans with questions and deep sadness.

Angelwho has been a strong supporter of Bofill over the years, shared the sad news on the official Facebook page of the singer in two separate publications.

“On behalf of my dear friend Angie, I am saddened to announce her passing on the morning of June 13,” he said.

Ángela Bofill had an extensive career

She was an American singer and songwriter of Puerto Rican and Cuban origin, born on May 2, 1954 in New York. Known for her career in soul, jazz, and R&B music during the 1970s and 1980s. Some of her most famous songs include “I Try,” “Tonight I Give In,” and “This Time I’ll Be Sweeter.”

Bofill was also recognized for her powerful voice and for fusing diverse musical styles in her work.

Over the past few years, Angela has faced various health challenges, including a stroke in 2006 that It negatively impacted her ability to sing and perform in public.

Follow the Diario AS channel on WhatsApp, where you will find all the sport in a single space: the news of the day, the agenda with the latest news on the most important sporting events, the most outstanding images, the opinion of the best AS firms , reports, videos, and some humor from time to time.

 
For Latest Updates Follow us on Google News
 

-

PREV What time was the last earthquake today, July 8, 2024 in Mexico?
NEXT Mexico on alert for Category 4 Hurricane Beryl. Heading to the Yucatan Peninsula