How did Mc Singing Fats die? ‘Drop it down’ singer cause of death and obituary

 How did Mc Singing Fats die? 'Drop it down' singer cause of death and obituary

MC FATS, A LEGEND OF DRUM ‘N’ BASS AND JUNGLE, HAS DIED: He contributed to some of the biggest anthems from the 1990s with one of the scene’s most recognizable voices. Learn more about his passing and Mc Singing Fats cause of death in this article.

What happened to Mc Singing Fats?

The renowned vocalist for jungle drum and bass, MC Fats, has passed away. Although there was no official comment available at the time of writing, the pioneering MC, actual name Wildale Spencer, has received condolences on social media from friends, followers, and contemporaries in the scene.

Andy C’s drum and bass company, Ram Records, tweeted: “We are devastated to learn about MC Fats’ demise. From the beginning, he was a beloved member of our family and a legend of DNB.”

Inventor of the jungle Doc Scott tweeted: “Be at ease. It is a sad day for DNB, MC Fats; meet you on the other side, my buddy. Thank you for all the laughs and good times along the journey.”

Mc Singing Fats cause of death: MC Fats battled numerous health issues

Spencer had suffered several health challenges in recent years. The MC was hospitalized in 2013 as a result of difficulties from his diabetes. After that, he underwent a variety of surgical treatments, including the partial amputation of his left leg below the knee.

To raise money after being unable to perform, he published his debut album, “We Gotcha,” on his own U Understand Me Records in 2014 with the assistance of his friend DJ A-Sides and in partnership with a star-studded roster of producers, including Break, SPY, and Alix Perez. Spencer was hospitalized at a clinic in Sardinia in 2018 owing to breathing issues, and he later needed significant heart surgery.

MC Fats was a true pioneer in the jungle drum & bass genre, contributing to classic tracks like DJ Hype’s “Peace Love & Unity” from Playaz Records in 1996.

His unusual voice has been included in songs by artists such as Calibre, Dillinja, Pendulum, and Chase & Status over the years.

He has also appeared frequently on records from labels like V Recordings, Metalheadz, Digital Soundboy, Shogun Audio, and Ram Records. Up until November 2022, when he dropped “Natural Way” with Break, he continued to release songs.

MC Fats: Who was he?

MC Fats is a name you probably know if you like Jungle or Drum and Bass. Fats, one of the scene’s pioneering MCs, uses his origins in Reggae, Soul, and Rare Groove to offer a silky vocal delivery that differs greatly from the gruff “Machine Gun” approach that Drum and Bass’s MCs are most well-known for.

Since the early 1990s, his unusual style on the microphone has been heard in clubs all over the world. It has been captured on numerous tracks, resulting in releases on labels like Metalheadz, Ram, True Playaz, Eastside, Suburban Base, Eastside, and many more.

Fats has contributed to Drum and Bass classics like DJ Hype’s “Peace, Love, and Unity,” and for the past 10 years, he has served as the resident MC at London’s opulent Fabric nightclub.

He is now collaborating with a number of the best Drum and Bass producers, including MC Fats Collective, Calibre, Break & Die, Basher, and A-Sides.

Fats is dedicated to encouraging young people in his neighborhood to participate in music. He recently completed the Music Leader Training program at CM and received his PTLLS certificate.

Friends and peers paying tributes:

“Rest easy MC Fats, thank you for all the jokes and good moments along the way, it’s a sad day for DNB, see you on the other side, my buddy,” wrote jungle music pioneer Doc Scott in a tweet expressing his condolences.

Both admirers and contemporaries have expressed their sorrow over the passing of such a gifted musician who left a lasting impression on the drum & bass world. Future generations of artists will continue to be inspired by MC Fats’ legacy, which will be dearly missed.

We are heartbroken to hear about the passing of MC Fats. He was a legend of DNB and a dear member of our family from the very beginning. His loss is deeply felt, and our hearts go out to his friends and family during this difficult time. May his legacy live on. Peace, Love & Unity

Kelsey Wadjit

Wow, it’s a heavy week. Wildale had one of the most identifiable voices, an unmistakable presence, and was so very kind. The love and respect that exists for him will be eternal MC Fats forever.

Chase & Status 

It’s hard to really describe the quality of MC Fats vocals. Any track he recorded became an instant classic. When we made the beat to Step Away we immediately knew we wanted to try and get MC Fats on the vocal. Somehow the stars aligned and we managed to collaborate with one of our childhood heroes on what is now one of our best DnB tracks. RIP to a true pioneer of Jungle, Drum & Bass MC Fats.


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