‘Elvis’ star and Blues singer Shonka Dukureh died at 44

As per an assertion from Nashville PD, the star was tracked down dead in the room of her Nashville, Tennessee loft on Thursday. Her body was found by her kids who looked for help from a neighbor.

As indicated by police, an emergency call was made at 9:27 am. At the present time no reason for death has been distinguished. Police are as yet anticipating examination results, nonetheless, unfairness isn’t thought.

Dukureh as of late featured in one of the year’s greatest movies, Elvis, close by Austin Butler and Tom Hanks. The vocalist depicted Big Mama Thornton, the principal artist to record “Dog”. Dukureh additionally includes on the film’s soundtrack singing the famous melody.

The blues vocalist likewise showed up in a new music video for the pop craftsman Doja Cat for her melody “Vegas”, which additionally showed up on the Elvis soundtrack.

During her melodic vocation, Dukureh teamed up with a lot of notable performers. All through her vocation, she performed and recorded with Jamie Lidell, Royal Pharaohs, Nick Cave, Mike Farris, Pete Rock, Bahamas, from there, the sky is the limit.

Borin in Charlotte, North Carolina, Dukureh went to Fisk University where she procured a four year certification in theater. Later she likewise accomplished a graduate degree in schooling from Trevecca Nazarene University.

Dukureh is survived by her two children

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