R&B Singer Marva Hicks’s Cause of Death is Still Secret
After the devastating news of American R&B singer and actress’s death was announced many fans took to social media to find out Marva Hicks’s cause of death.
Marva Hicks was born May 5, 1975, in Petersburg, Virginia, United States. In the late 1980s, She signed with Polydor and her debut LP, Marva Hicks, followed in 1991.
On July 16, 1996, Hicks performed as a background singer for legend Michael Jackson in a free concert at the Jerudong Park Amphitheatre in Bandar Seri Begawan.
The free concert was in celebration of the 15th birthday of Hassanal Bolkiah, the Sultan of Brunei. The Brunei Royal Family also attended the concert.
As part of the setlist, she sang the female part of the duet “I Just Can’t Stop Loving You” with Michael Jackson. Other singers who have performed this duet with Michael Jackson included Sheryl Crow, Siedah Garrett, and Judith Hill.
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What was Marva Hicks’s Cause of Death at 47?
The talented singer Marva Hicks’s cause of death has not been announced at this time. His family also has not revealed a statement surrounding Hicks’s death cause.
Hicks performed as Rafiki in The Lion King, as an understudy for the leading actress. The star played T’Pel, the wife of Tuvok, in 3 episodes of Star Trek: Voyager.
She sang the gospel song “There’s No Hiding Place Down Here” in the Babylon Five episode “And the Rock Cried Out, No Hiding Place“.
In 2013, she appeared on the Yeah Yeah Yeahs‘ album Mosquito, and performed as part of Broadway Inspirational Voices on the first single “Sacrilege”.
The sad news of Marva Hicks’s death has been received with shock and condolences. Americans also took to Twitter to pay touching tributes to the late star.
Holly Robinson Peete tweeted: “Remembering my friend singer, composer, actress and #Broadway star Marva Hicks. Sending prayers to her sweet loving husband Akwasi Taha- (my college buddy) and to everyone who loved Marva… We will miss you so much. Rest In Heavenly Eternal Peace, Sis…”
“Rest In Peace Vocalist Marva Hicks. Although she never became a household name, her talent and personality were as big as the galaxy. Now she’s among the stars,” Kiande K. Jakada wrote on Twitter.
“What a loss. I loved Marva Hicks onstage. She lit up the Motown ensemble as well. I saw her in some regional plays as well—always such a strong performer,” Entertainment reporter Cara Joy David wrote.
Mark Harris said: “Caroline, or Change fans: I’m so sad to share news of the passing of Marva Hicks, one of the original Radio Trio. She was a warm presence with a stunning voice–nobody will EVER sing the words “in Louisiana” like this (2:12-2:18). May she rest in peace.”
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