Jamaican reggae singer Frankie Paul dies at 52


KINGSTON, Jamaica, May 19 2017 – Jamaican Reggae artiste Frankie Paul died at the University Hospital of the West Indies last night. He was 52.

Paul Blake was born blind but received some vision following an operation early in his life.

Dubbed the “Jamaican Stevie Wonder” he adopted the stage name Frankie Paul in the 1980s and churned out hits such as “Worries in the Dance”, “Pass the Ku Shung Peng”, “Tidal Wave”, “Cassanova” and “Sarah”.

Frankie Paul, who was suffering from kidney complications, was admitted to hospital last month.

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