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Keith Flint Obituary

Keith Flint (rune hellestad / Corbis via Getty Images)
Keith Flint (rune hellestad / Corbis via Getty Images)
Keith Flint was the energetic frontman for British electronic dance group The Prodigy. They popularized underground UK dance music in the US. Flint’s double mohawk, facial piercings and heavy eyeliner made him an instantly recognizable figure in 1990s. He originally joined the group as a dancer, but eventually recorded snarling vocals on hit singles “Firestarter” and “Breathe.” The Prodigy’s 1997 album “The Fat of the Land” reached number one in the US and the UK.

Although his stage persona was dangerous, he was often described by people who met him as gentle and kind. He also spoke in interviews about his struggles with drug abuse and depression.

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Published online on March 4, 2019 courtesy of Tributes.com
Keith Flint, frontman for British electronic dance group The Prodigy, has died by suicide. His death was announced on Monday, March 4, 2019, according to multiple news sources. He was 49. For full... Read Obituary

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