What happened to Gregory Isaac?
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Gregory Issac was a Reggae music recording artist described by The New York Times, as "the most exquisite vocalist in reggae". Gregory Died on October 25, 2010, London, United Kingdom
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Gregory Anthony Isaacs was born on July 15, 1951, in the community of Denham Town, Kingston, Jamaica.
Gregory started his music career by entering and winning numerous talent contest which used to be held regularly in Jamaica.
His first official recording was "Another Heartache" which was released in 1968 produced by Soca Music's legend Byron Lee.
Gregory Isaacs has been credited with the first Lovers Rock Reggae song ever made. The track is titled "My Only Lover", the song was released on the African Museum Record Label, which was owned and operated by Errol Dunkley and Isaacs.How and What Killed Gregory Issacs
Isaacs died of lung cancer on 25 October 2010 at his home in Harrow Weald, London. His body was flown back to his homeland Jamaica, where a memorial service was held at the National Indoor Center and his remains were interred at the Dovecot Cemetery.
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