Whodini rapper John ‘Ecstasy’ Fletcher dead at 56

By | December 24, 2020
Whodini rapper John ‘Ecstasy’ Fletcher dead at 56

Whodini rapper John ‘Ecstasy’ Fletcher lifeless at 56

Whodini rapper John “Ecstasy” Fletcher has died at 56 years previous.

Musician and journalist Questlove broke the information on Wednesday afternoon.

“One like to Ecstasy of the legendary #Whodini,” he stated.

“This man was legendary and a pivotal member of one of the vital legendary teams in hip hop. That is unhappy man.”

Ecstasy shaped the group Whodini with Jalil Hutchins in Brooklyn, New York, in 1982, earlier than DJ Grandmaster Dee joined in 1986.

The trio have been liable for hits “The Haunted Home of Rock,” “Pals” and “Freaks Come Out at Night time.”

The group acquired the Hip Hop Icon Award on the third annual Black Music Honors in 2018.

Drew Carter (left) and John 'Ecstasy' Fletcher of Whodini, circa 1986.
Drew Carter (left) and John ‘Ecstasy’ Fletcher of Whodini, circa 1986.
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Following the information of his dying, a number of artists took to social media to share their condolences.

Ice Dice posted a photograph of the artist, writing: “Thanks Ecstasy for displaying us learn how to do it. RIP.”

Jalil Hutchins and John 'Ecstasy' Fletcher of Whodini in 2018.
Jalil Hutchins and John ‘Ecstasy’ Fletcher of Whodini in 2018.
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Rapper Jermaine Dupri shared a video of Fletcher, with the caption: “My God, this one hurts me so unhealthy,I can’t even consider I’m posting this,Ex you already know I really like you thanks for each phrase,each dialog each good time,might your soul Relaxation In Energy #whodini q.”

“RIP to Ecstasy from http://Whodini.one of the vital beneath appreciated voices in hip hop. Too many hits! Condolences to his fam,” rapper Q-Tip wrote.

Jalil Hutchins and John Fletcher (aka Ecstasy) circa 1984.
Jalil Hutchins and John Fletcher (aka Ecstasy) circa 1984.
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