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House music star DJ Rashad dead at 35

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Dance star and music producer DJ Rashad has died, aged 35. The house music icon was found dead at a property in Chicago, Illinois on Saturday.

Police are investigating the possibility he suffered a drug overdose, according to The Chicago Tribune. Rashad, real name Rashad Harden, was due to play a gig in Chicago that night. Hip-hop star Chance The Rapper was among the first to pay tribute to the late DJ, writing in a post on Twitter.com, "Music lost a legend today. And he was my friend. Love you DJ Rashad. RIP."

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Apr 28, 2014 12:13PM
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Another Rapper dead!!!! How will we be able to go on with out him???????


snark!!!

Apr 28, 2014 11:56AM
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WHY PEOPLE WAIT TO GET FAMOUS AND ABUSE DRUGS.. REALLY IT BECOMING AN ISSUE,, SOON EVERYONE WILL FEEL LIKE ALL RAPPERS ARE ON DRUGS. NOT A GOOD IMAGE AMERICA.
Apr 28, 2014 8:16AM
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Its hard to feel sorry for ANYONE who dies of a a drug overdose.  If thats the story.  RIP
Apr 28, 2014 6:11AM
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nothing to see here...move along, please

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