DJ Kay Slay Dies at 55 After Battle With Covid-19!
DJ Kay Slay, an influential member of the New York hip-hop scene whose raucous mixtapes became legendary, has died from Covid-19 complications.
His family confirmed his death through a statement released by New York hip-hop radio station HOT 97. He was 55.
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An official statement from The Grayson Family on the passing of Keith Grayson aka DJ Kay Slay: pic.twitter.com/nUZn55k3yh
— HOT 97 (@HOT97) April 18, 2022
CelebnHealth247.com reports that DJ Kay Slay (real name Keith Grayson) has died at the age of 55. His passing comes four months after being hospitalized with Covid-19.
He passed on Easter Sunday, with the news being confirmed by Van Silk.
Reportedly, he was admitted to hospital in December with Covid.
In December, DJ Slay’s brother Kwame Grayson spoke about his condition as he admitted that the record executive was unwell but was on the mend.
‘He was slowly fading away, but God didn’t let that happen, he told DX at the time.
‘So he’s up and going. He’s like in a recovery state, but he’s definitely not going to die.’
Kay Slay, was a DJ and record executive from New York City. He released four studio albums, The Streetsweeper, Vol. 1, The Streetsweeper, Vol. 2, The Champions: North Meets South (with Greg Street), and More Than Just a DJ.
We send our condolences to his family.