06 February 2013
The Salem man was found unconscious Saturday and died Wednesday.

BY CHASE PURDY
The Roanoke Times

Kevin Chambers lived beats, rhymes and rhythms. He taught them, shared them, passed them to his children.

He made a name for himself locally in the 1990s, that young man with an ear for well-versed raps and a solid reputation for making cool mixed tapes. And when he started a family, he incorporated that love into the everyday, friends said.

The music came to an abrupt pause this week, when friends and family soaked in the reality of his sudden passing.

Chambers was pronounced dead at Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital on Wednesday afternoon, friends and a relative confirmed. He was 41.


Read the story at The Roanoke Times.
 
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