The reggae band singer Drummie Zeb died at the age of 62. The band confirmed on Friday (September 2) that their frontman had died, paying tribute to the musician.
The statement read: “It is with the deepest regret and profound loss that we have to announce the passing of our brother Angus ‘Drummie’ Gaye.
“Drummie was the lead vocalist for the iconic band Aswad and is much loved and respected by both family, friends, and peers alike.
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Drummie Zeb Cause Of Death
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“Drummie has left us to join our ancestors and leaves a huge void both personally and professionally.”
Tributes have come in for Drummie, including from UB40 star Ali Campbell, who described him as a “reggae pioneer”.
Drummie grew up in London, and rose to fame with Aswad in the 1970s and 1980s. They released 21 albums, and had three Grammy nominations.