KINGSTON, Jamaica (AP) - Ranking Trevor, a pioneer of rap reggae during the 1970s, has died in a traffic accident in Jamaica. He was 60.
The musician's brother, Robert Grant, says he was crushed by a car Tuesday after being knocked off his motorcycle. Police did not respond to calls about the fatality.
Four Chicago-area teens were killed when their car plunged into a creek early Tuesday -- the latest in a string of horrific traffic accidents involving young people. Read Post
From The Washington Post: King Stitt, a pioneer in rap reggae, died Tuesday in his Caribbean homeland of Jamaica. He was 72. Stitt died at his home in the capital of Kingston after a long fight with prostate cancer and diabetes, sai... Read Post
Multiple media outlets have confirmed the sad news that Ranking Trevor, one of the leading figures of 1970s rap reggae music, has died in a traffic accident in Jamaica. He was 60. The artist’s brother, Robert Grant, says Trevor was ... Read Post