Jesse Powell dead at 51, American R&B/soul songwriter-singer has died

Jesse Powell dead at 51, American R&B/soul songwriter-singer has died

Jesse Powell Death – Is Jesse Powell obituary available? – Jesse Powell, an American R&B/soul songwriter-singer has reportedly passed away. “We are saddened to share the news that R&B singer Jesse Powell has passed away at age 51. This is confirmed by his sister @tamara_powell. He was an amazing talent and will be missed! #JessePowell,” according to a statement released by YouKnowIGotSoul.com.

After signing with Silas/MCA in the mid-1990s and releasing his self-titled debut album, Powell made his mark on R&B. The album’s lead single was “All I Need.” Although there is little information about his activities before his untimely death, we do know that he was an incredibly talented artist who had a significant impact on R&B fans around the world. We will continue to honor his legacy and introduce his music to those who may not be familiar with it.

Who was Jesse Powell?

Jesse Powell was born in Gary, Indiana, and raised with his siblings Trina, Tamara, and Jacob. The family performed in local talent shows, and in 1993, he attracted the attention of producer Carl Roland in Kansas City. Following an artist showcase, Louil Silas, Jr signed him to his Silas Records imprint.

Three years later, he released his first album. “All I Need” peaked at No. 32 on the Billboard R&B chart and received BET and Urban airplay. His self-titled album debuted at No. 35 on Billboard R&B. Powell’s second hit was “Gloria” (No. 51 R&B). Powell began his second album in 1998, with “I Wasn’t With It” as the lead single (No. 85 US, No. 25 R&B). On September 8, 1998, his second album ‘Bout It topped the Billboard Heatseekers chart.

(For non-Top 100 Billboard 200 artists). Second single boosts sales. “You” was Powell’s debut single, released in February 1999. It was his biggest hit, topping the R&B and Hot 100 charts. First Top 10 hit. His second album peaked at No. 15 on R&B and No. 63 on the Billboard 200. (moving him out of the Heatseekers chart as an artist). Later that year, he released “‘Bout It, ‘Bout It”

Powell’s first MCA Records release, “If I,” peaked at No. 58 in 2000. JP debuted at 18 R&B and 71 on Billboard 200. Powell promoted his 2002 album and second single, “Something in the Past.” Jesse, his fourth studio album, was released on October 14, 2003. (No. 85). His final album. He lives in Los Angeles and makes music and TV.

An obituary is not available at this time for Jesse Powell.

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