House singer Kim English passed away


Kim English, the Chicago house singer best-known for her 1994 hit “Nite Life”, passed away, as her record label announced on April 2, tributiong the singer for her inspiring creativity that made people love life through God and faith. She grew as a singer from gospel into house genre, but praising God has always been one of the main motives of her creativity. And even though Christianity is often represented as an opposition of LGBT, the music of Kim English was used during Pride events and she made LGBT people sure that God loves them. The cause of death is yet to be known. Her fans and colleagues paid tribute to her on social media. Singer Barbara Tucker wrote: “Wow, I’m so sorry to hear this. May her soul rest in peace”. Defected Records owner Simon Dunmore said that English’s songs “never left my box through the 90s,” and sent his “thoughts and love” to her kith and kin. British DJ Wayne G called English “the ultimate professional” and “the ultimate diva.”


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