Frankie Paul whose real name was Paul Blake, made his transition at age 51 at the University hospital of the West Indies on Thursday May 19th, 2017 after a battle with kidney disease. The singer was on dialysis two days per week. For those who don't know dialysis is very hard on your body. Many people tend to decline in health when put on dialysis.
Blind from birth Frankie 'Dancehall' Paul spent his early life at the Salvation Army School for the Blind. During his time there he met Stevie Wonder who give him the inspiration to seek a professional career as a singer. Frankie Paul was known as the Jamaican Stevie Wonder to some. He was known for his Reggae anthems like "Worries In the Dance", "Pass the Ku Shung Peng", "Tidal Wave", "Cassanova" and "Sarah".
He will be missed by his fans across the globe. When we get more details on the home going services we will pass it on to those who are interested so keep it locked.