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Frankie Paul will be buried on June 17th

Frankie Paul will be buried on June 17th Featured

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  Reggae singer Frankie Paul will be interred on June 17th as the thanksgiving service for his life has been rescheduled for next Saturday at the Ranny Williams Entertainment Centre in St Andrew.

 

Frankie Paul, who had lost a leg to diabetes in 2016, died of renal failure died at the University Hospital of the West Indies in St Andrew on May 18. He was 51.

 

Born in 1965, Frankie Paul's given name was Paul Blake. Blind from birth, his early life was spent at the Salvation Army School for the Blind. He had lived in the West African country of The Gambia since 1994 and returned to Jamaica late last year.

 

He is known for hits including Sara, Cassanova, I Know The Score, Worries In The Dance, and Pass The Kushunpeng.

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