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R&B Singer Marvin Sease Dead at 64 (February 8, 2011)

Written By Rana G on Tuesday, February 8, 2011 | 6:37 PM

Born in South Carolina, Marvin Sease initially considered himself a gospel singer, performing in area gospel groups while still in his teens. At the age of 20, he moved to New York City where he joined the Gospel Crowns. He soon left them to form his own R&B group, Sease, along with his three brothers. After knocking around with them for a few years, Sease went off on his own. In 1986, he released his self-titled debut which included “Ghetto Man,” a song that helped grow his profile along the “chitlin circuit” of the southern states. Within a year, he was signed to Polygram Records, who re-released the album with the bonus track of “Candy Licker,” which quickly became a crowd and jukebox favorite thanks to its racy lyrics. He released several more albums over the next ten years or so, charting on the Billboard blues and pop charts here and there. Marvin Sease was 64 when he passed away on February 8, 2011. Cause of death was not immediately released.R&B Singer Marvin Sease Dead at 64 (February 8, 2011)
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