Jamal Edwards Sudden Illness Details Explained: The music industry is constantly losing its gems and it is difficult to fill the place of the legendary music pioneers. The mother of Jamal Edwards released a statement in which she said that “Jamal Edwards, the founder of British online music platform SBTV which aid launch the careers of stars including Ed Sheeran passed away on Sunday 20th February 2022 after a sudden illness.” Edwards was the 31-years-old when he took his last breath. He discovered SBTV aged 15 and went on to get an MBE in the year 2014 for his services to the music industry. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com
Jamal Edwards Sudden Illness Details Explained
He was also an ambassador to the Prince’s Trust, the charity discovered by their to the throne Prince Charles. His mother Brenda stated in a statement written on Twitter by Loose Women, a television program she presented that “It is with the deepest heartache that I assert that my beautiful son Jamal Edwards died yesterday morning after a sudden illness. Myself, his sister Tanisha and the rest of his family and friends are entirely devasted. Jamal was an inspiration to me and so many. Our love for him lives on, his legacy lives on.”
His grief-stricken friends say he suffered a cardiac arrest at his house in Acton, West London, as they informed of their shock at his demise. One friend who attended Acton High School with the star says his family is “still attempting to come to terms with it.” The friend named Dwayne informed the Mail: “The information is still not clear but we have been informed that it was a cardiac arrest. He was out Djing on Saturday night and apparently got home in the early hours of Sunday morning.
“The family is still attempting to come to terms with it all, but we have heard that his mother discover him in his bedroom and called an ambulance.”
SBTV explains itself on its YouTube channel as a directing youth broadcaster providing a platform to find emerging artists. The channel has over a million subscribers and its videos have been watched more than 800 million times since it was launched in the year 2006. Prince Charles and Mayor of London Sadiq Khan were among those who paid tribute to Edwards.
Khan stated on Twitter which reads that “British music and entertainment has lost one of its brightest stars. My deep thoughts are with the loved ones of Jamal at this terribly sad time.”