Roy C Death – Roy Charles Hammond was an incredible soul artist known as Roy C. His most popular tune was “Compulsory Wedding,” which was a main 20 R&B hit in 1965.
Subtleties of Death: On Wednesday, his little girl Sabrina Williams declared his demise on Facebook.
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Incredible Soul Singer
Hammond, most popular as Roy C, begun his vocation with the vocal gathering The Genies, who had a minor hit in 1958 with the melody “Who’s That Knockin.'” His 1965 tune “Compulsory Wedding” which he composed and performed was a main 20 hit on the Billboard R&B graph and was considered fairly provocative for that period. The tune was a considerably greater hit abroad in the UK. Hammond later delivered a progression of minor hits for different record names. In 1973, he composed and created the tune “Indict the President” for the Honey Drippers, a gathering of secondary school understudies from Queens. The tune was about President Nixon and the Watergate embarrassment and highlights one of the most inspected drum tracks in hip bounce.