Singer Zuri Craig who appeared on Season 10 of America’s Got Talent died on Friday at the age of 44. His family confirmed the devastating news in a post shared to Instagram Sunday.
His family shared in a tribute posted to Craig’s official ZoReMi Entertainment page. His Family wrote on his Instagram page, “It is with profound sadness that we announce the transition of our beloved son, brother, and friend, Zuri Craig.”
They also wrote, “We thank you in advance for your prayers. Please honor our privacy at this unimaginable time of mourning.”
Craig was important for an Atlanta-based singing pair called The CraigLewis Band. In 2015, he, close by his accomplice Jeffrey Lewis, contended on the ability show where they at last positioned fifth in general.
The team blew some people’s minds murmuring James Brown’s “This Is a Man’s Reality,” and later got a gold ringer from Michael Bublé in the wake of playing out a wowing version of Mary J. Blige’s “I’m Goin’ Down.”
Before AGT distinction, Craig got some work in some of Tyler Perry’s Madea plays, including, Madea’s Huge Cheerful Family, Madea Finds a new Line of work and A Madea Christmas.
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An official cause of death for Craig has yet to be revealed, but per the post, more information is said to be “forthcoming.”
He even showed up on Oprah with Perry in the mid 2010s. CraigLewis Band performed on Oprah in 2010, and followed that up with a spot on The Mo’Nique Show the year later.
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The post was met with condolences and well-wishes for Craig’s family, with both TV personality James Wright Chanel and Y’Anna Crawley leaving behind red heart emojis in the comments.
Gospel singer Le’Andria Johnson shared her own tribute to Craig, along with a photo of the pair, writing, “R.I.P. my love @craigzuri.”
Craig was likewise set to deliver a live creation in Atlanta called “Southern fare Live” beginning in November.