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July 30, 2014
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Propally dies after being hit by motorcycle


The entertainment community was once again thrown into a state of disarray after news broke that another entertainer had been killed. According to preliminary information gathered, upcoming dancehall artiste Propally was killed in the wee hours of Friday morning.

The artiste, whose given name is Samora Grey, was struck by an oncoming motorcycle. He succumbed to his injuries soon after.

Propally's death comes as a shock to many, especially True Gift Entertainment (TGE) who was on the verge of inking a management deal with the burgeoning star.

Dancehall superstar and president of TGE, Demarco, currently in the United States, says he is deeply saddened by the sudden passing of such a promising and affable entertainer.

"Today is a very sad day for the Jamaican music industry and TGE, as we bemoan the loss of another talented soldier who met his demise in such a tragic manner. It hurts to the core; we recently started working with him and were only days away from signing Propally as an official member to the camp. No one knows what tomorrow brings and, therefore, the Almighty knows best. We would like to extend our deepest condolences and prayers to his family and friends in this their time of grief," a statement from the camp read.

Despite not achieving his big break, Propally was no stranger to the entertainment scene and has performed at several notable events including Champions In Action, Camp Fire, and Brit Jam.

The young deejay has worked with industry players such as Marlon Samuels, ZJ Sparks, ZJ Dymond, Frenz For Real Production, Armzhouse Records, Jay Crazie Records. He is best known for his collaborative efforts Concrete Jungle with Jah Vinci and Deh Pon Mi Way featuring Demarco.

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