Andre Harrell, the founder of the influential hip-hop and R&B label Uptown Records, has passed away at the age of 59.

Although the exact cause of his death is unknown, it is believed that he suffered from heart failure.

He was close with Russell Simmons, the founder of Def Jam Records.

He worked there as vice-president and general manager.

However, Harrell’s family is unsure of the cause of his death.

The death of Andre Harrell was confirmed by Derrick Jones, his brother-in-law. He died of heart failure at his home in West Hollywood, according to reports.

His cause of death was heart failure.

His death was announced on November 15, and his body was buried in New Jersey’s George Washington Cemetery.

It is unknown what caused Harrell to die, but his music industry legacy will continue to influence artists today.

While Harrell was best known for his work as a music executive and film producer, his career also included work as a producer.

He produced 11 TV shows, documentaries, TV movies, and specials.

His most famous work was ‘State of the Culture’, which consisted of 32 episodes.

He was a pioneer of the genre of hip-hop.

It is unknown what caused him to die, but it is a surprise.

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