Brandon Smith Obituary, Death – American hip hop and R&B artist B. Smyth has reportedly passed away at the age of 28 due to respiratory heart failure. His death came as a shock to his family, friends, and fans. Condolences to the family and friends. Brandon Smith was a hip-hop and R&B recording artist and dancer from the city of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, in the United States of America. He was born in 1994 and went by the stage name B. Smyth. Brandon Smith came into the world in the year 1994 in the city of Fort Lauderdale in the state of Florida. Smith began his career by posting his own cover versions of popular songs on the video-sharing website YouTube.
More than 500,000 people have watched each of his covers of other artists’ songs; for example, Rihanna’s “Stay” and Miguel’s “Quickie” are both among them. Smith is probably best known for his rendition of Rihanna’s song “Stay.” Because of his videos, he was invited to participate in a number of prominent talent shows, where he earned favorable comparisons to well-known musicians like Chris Brown and Usher. As a direct consequence of Smyth Smith’s achievements in the previous year’s talent competitions, Motown Records extended an offer to sign him to a recording contract in 2012.
His debut single was “Leggo,” and it was released on December 11, 2012, the same day that 2 Chainz was featured on the track. It reached its highest position on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles list at No. 20, and it also reached its highest position on the U.S. R&B Songs list at No. 41. Smyth issued his first extended play (EP), titled “The Florida Files EP,” on October 15, 2013, under his own record label. His second single, “Win Win,” which featured Future, was included on the extended play. The production of the song was handled by Mike Will Made It and Pluss respectively.
Smyth was previously signed to Motown Records but has since moved on to RCA Records and ByStorm Entertainment as a recording artist. “Creep” was the name of Smyth’s first single for ByStorm and RCA, and it featured Young Thug as a guest artist. On December 4, 2015, the single was made available for purchase. The song was produced by Dun Deal, who was also the composer of the piece.