D-Bando has left us, everyone in the community, with a heavy heart. There has been a hike in violence in the rap scene but his death isn’t one of them. The rapper finally gave in to his COVID-19 complications.

According to the Box Houston, D-Bando has passed away. The details regarding his death are still being confirmed. The fans, peers and those closest to Bando wasted no time expressing their grief over such an amazing talent.

As a rapper and producer, he was signed to labels including 1st Class Music Group\CBS Entertainment, D-Bando Productions, and CANT BE STOPPED, INC. Bando attended Barbara Jordan High School and studied at Texas Southern University. He was praised for his amazing talents in producing and rapping.

It is even harder for people to fathom his death due to the things he said and put out to the public prior to his demise. In his final social media post Bando expressed his desire to succeed in life, at times putting the needs of others above his own self-interest.

Bando always came through with his music and lyrics. Years before his death, D-Bando featured alongside the Texas rapper Lil’ Keke in BeatKing’s 2014 track Been Thru. In the opening lyrics, he rapped: “I ain’t goin’ let nobody hurt me. I’m not goin’ let nobody hurt my family.”

A bunch of musicians and producers have come to offer their condolences on social media. This is a hard time for his family and friends and we can only imagine what they are going through. He will always be remembered in fond memories and will never be forgotten.

Anirban Biswas

An Avid Writer And A Songwriter-Composer Who Is No Alien To The Creative Side Of Life. I Set No Boundaries For Myself When It Comes To Exploring Opportunities And Going For It. Always Looking For Opportunities To Grow With Others.

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