Rapper Saint Dog, one of the founders of the Kottonmouth Kings group, died on Wednesday (14) at the age of 44. He was at a friend’s home in Victorville, California, and had trouble breathing, according to TMZ website. When the paramedics arrived, Saint was already dead.
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The band was well known for the successes Suburban Life, Bump and Play On. Saint left the group after 4 albums, but returned as a collaborator. The singer’s real name was Steven Thronson, and the cause of death was not disclosed.
“Some of my best memories were watching Steve stop the music in the middle of a Kottonmouth Kings show to bring a disabled fan in a wheelchair to the stage so he could get a better look at the show and even sing some songs,” he said. Kevin Zinger, executive of the group’s record label. Steve left his son Max.
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