Rick James Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

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Rick James

This Biography is about one of the best Musician Rick James including his Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of Rick James
Real NameRick James
Nick NameJames Ambrose Johnson, Jr.
Famous asMusician
NationalityAmerican
ReligionRoman Catholic
Personal Life of Rick James
Born on01 February 1948
Birthday1st February
Died At Age56
Sun SignAquarius
Born inBuffalo, New York, U.S
Died on06 August 2004
Place of deathBurbank, California, U.S
Family Background of Rick James
FatherJames Ambrose Johnson, Sr.
MotherMabel (ne Gladden)
Spouse/PartnerTanya Hijazi (m. 1997-2002)
ChildrenTazman James, Ty James, Rick James, Jr., Trey Hardesty James
EducationOrchard Park High School, Bennett High School
Awards1991 – Grammy Award for Best R&B Song
Personal Fact of Rick James

Grammy Award winning musician, songwriter, singer and record producer, Rick James was an immensely popular figure in the genre of funk music. One of the most brilliant singers, Rick James has an array of No.1 hits on the U.S. R&B charts to his credit. He began his journey into the world of music as a young teenager, who would sing in the street corners of his neighborhood, in Buffalo.

It was during this time that he was drawn into the violence, drugs and street crime, a habit that will come to haunt him in his later years. One of the pioneers of the genre of funk music, he is best known for his massive funk hits Super Freak and ‘Give It to Me Baby. This riveting performer brought with him an aura of brilliance and when he performed on stage he mesmerised audiences with his adrenaline-charged, exhilarating performances.

Unfortunately, when he began to enjoy success in his career, he was personally affected with drug addiction, a habit that drew him to develop a notorious personality that eventually got him into legal troubles.

This Biography Written By 7infi.com

 

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