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Grammy-Award Winning Lead Artist William “Poogie” Hart passes on at 77

Grammy-Award Winning Lead Artist William “Poogie” Hart passes on at 77

Grammy-grant winning lead artist William “Poogie” Hart passes on at 77

Grammy-Award winning lead artist of the R&B band The Delfonics, William “Poogie” Hart, has been taken by the cold hands of death.


William Hart’s demise was affirmed by his child, Hadi, who told TMZ the artist was experiencing difficulty breathing so he was as of late taken to Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia, where he died Thursday, July 14, from confusions during medical procedure.


William and his sibling, Wilbert, sent off the Philly-based bunch in the last part of the ’60s with Randy Cain, Ritchie Daniels and Thom Bell.In 1971, The Delfonics won a Grammy Award for “Didn’t I (Blow Your Mind This Time)” for Best R&B Performance By A Duo Or Group, Vocal Or Instrumental.


“Didn’t I” and “La-La” were additionally highlighted in Quentin Tarantino’s film “Jackie Brown.” Other motion pictures that have promoted their music were Spike Lee’s “Crooklyn” and “The Family Man” with Nicolas Cage.


Their melodies “Ready or Not Here I Come (Can’t Hide from Love)” and “Funny Feeling” were played in the computer game “Grant Theft Auto V” on a made up radio broadcast The Lowdown 91.1.


The first band split in 1975 in the wake of accomplishing twelve top-20 hits on Billboard’s R&B and Soul Single Chart. Previous individuals made splinter bunches that kept on performing through the ’90s and 2000s.

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