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Sunday, October 16, 2022

CAUSE OF DEATH AND AGE: Singer, Joyce Sims, has died

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Singer Joyce Sims has died. (Read More Here).

The singer Joyce Sims has died aged 63.

The news was announced on social media by CJ Carlos, who worked at Chelsea Football Club, and said Joyce passed away yesterday (October 15).

Joyce is most well known for her single Come Into My Life, which reached the top 10 in the US Billboard R&B Chart, and UK Singles Chart in 1987.

She went onto release several more tracks in the following years, such as Lifetime Love, Walk Away and Looking For a Love. By the 1990s, her hits had slowed down, but Joyce continued working, and performed in London in August this year. Earlier this year, her new album, Change, was released.

Tributes poured in following the sad news, with one fan saying on Twitter: "It’s Painful to daily lose people we grew up on. Those who made the soundtracks to our lives. I partied and raved to the sound of this lady. So sad."

Another wrote: Oh no way! Joyce Sims has passed away aged 63. Come Into My Life is one of the greatest songs ever. RIP Joyce. You were an incredible talent."

Joyce is best known for her top 10 hit Come Into My Life, which reached the top 10 in both the US Billboard R&B Chart and the UK Singles Chart in 1987/8.

The cause of Joyce’s death is yet to be confirmed, but tributes to the late singer have already been pouring in from fans.

Andrew Fairbairn tweeted: “Shocked to hear about the passing of #JoyceSims at age 63. 

“It was a privilege to see her perform at #thejazzcafe in Low. Come Into My Life arrived two years later to become the star’s signature tune. 

Other chart hits from the late musician include Looking for a Love, Walk Away and Lifetime Love.

The star also hit the top 30 with a remake of Barbara Acklin’s Love Makes a Woman.

The singer, songwriter and pianist continued to perform throughout her life, spending a lot of time visiting her European fans in the 2010s. 

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