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Leon Haywood

Leon Haywood (Getty Images / Redferns / Gilles Petard)
Leon Haywood (Getty Images / Redferns / Gilles Petard)

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September 30, 2016 "To the family,sincere condolences. May the God of All Comfort bring comfort to fill that empty feeling you experience in your heart at the loss of your loved one..He will guard your heart. Let it heal." - Sylvia Colston (Detroit, MI)
September 15, 2016 "Rest I'm peace, my mom was his cousin and grew up together in Houston,Tx. We will remember him in love and in our prayers." - Theresa Cowherd (Atlanta, GA)
August 10, 2016 "I will miss you Leon Hayward. It was wonderful meeting you and chatting you up for nearly an hour! I love your songs and each new generation will dance to your music! You were funny, talented and a great musician. RIP!

My sincere condolences to your family." - Rhonda Johnson (Sacramento, CA)
July 26, 2016 "Rest in Peace uncle Leon
Gone but not FORGOTTEN" - Barbara Garcia (Houston, TX)
July 15, 2016 "I love my boy Leon.
Happy that he doesn't have to suffer anymore.

One of the greatest people I've ever met and worked with in the music business.

Leon kept his recording studio close to the inner city and always let everyone enter off the street. What a talented man and a real authentic true black role model and mentor!

We need more black men like Leon.

May his music and memory last forever and a day!
Without Leon Haywood I don't believe DR Dre, Snoop Doggy Dogg, Tupac, and so many countless other artist would be icons like they are.

Long live LEON HAYWOOD" - "Cali" From the valley (Long Beach, CA)
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Obituary for Leon Haywood
Leon Haywood, a velvety-voiced R&B singer-songwriter known best for his 1970s single "I Want'a Do Something Freaky to You," died Tuesday, according...
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