Tidal celebrated Andre Harell’s birthday with a playlist, it would be Andre Harell’s 60th birthday and to celebrate his memory, Tidal created a playlist in his honor. Playlist, which was curated by Elliott Wilson, is 60 songs deep and it starts with the song known as Genius Rap. The featured collection of songs are all works that Harell helped of push forth such as New York Swing classic.
Due to heart complication this is according to his wife he had been suffering from heart problems in the time leading up to his death. Harell sadly lost his life at his West Hollywood home, he died while he was 59 in the year 2020 on May 7, he is the founder of the Uptown Records founder on instrumental in shaping the era of the early 90s hip hop. Andre has been credited with giving Revolt TV boss seen by the name Diddy Combs his first start in the music industry as a label intern while he was attending Howard University.
He died in his Southern California home, Harell is recognized as one of the most influential figures in 1980s and 1990s hip hop. Having thrown his support behind some of the most successful entertainers of that time. His wife was called Wendy Credie, in his attribute he honestly still can’t believe it, I’ve got to give himself the reality of this doses. He hoped to God that they are all blessed to have someone in their life that loves him.
Harrell was born in the year 1960 on September, in New York City. He had one kid and his father was called Bernie. The news of his death was first announced on instagram, he went to work for Def Jam and within two years became vice president and general manager after, meeting Rusell Simmons in the year 1993.
His mother was called Hattie, who was a nurse, in the year 1978, he graduated from the Charles Evans Hughes High School, and he presses on in whatever he wants till he had it all. The ups and downs he experience while he was alive were meant to improve his skills and attain more. He studied at Baruch College, then transferred to Lehman College, he intended to become a newscaster, and he majored in communication and business management.
After three years, he began working for a local radio station, born to a supermarket foreman, he grew up in the housing projects of Bronx in New York. Both his parents labored for their meager existence. At the age of 16 his parents divorced, he was somehow confident of a promising future. Though, he grew up believing wonderful things could happen, and he always believe he had a wonderful life.