Don Newkirk was an American musician, record producer, and composer has died at the age of 56. Following the news of Don Newkirk’s death, tributes began pouring in online for the musician, with fans offering condolences to friends and family. One user said “RIP Don Newkirk known for voice-overs on De La Soul’s, Three Feet High and Rising, and the 3rd Bass song, “The Gas Face” he also was on the remix to “Say No Go” by De La Soul. He also delivered the baseline, lead horn line, and keyboards on Stetsasonic’s “Talking All That Jazz”. Another said, “Rest in Peace to my brother Don Newkirk who helped craft the legendary sounds of De La Soul, 3rd Bass, and Brookzill!!.”
What was Don Newkirk’s Net Worth?
Don Newkirk Net Worth
$1 Million to $2 Million USD
Don Newkirk was an American musician, record producer, and composer. He is best known for his collaborations with legendary hip-hop acts like De La Soul, 3rd Bass, and Prince Paul. He was born in 1967, he was 56 years old at the time of his death. Newkirk told AllHipHop last year “Funk City was like in a mode of me experimenting, learning instrumentation and learning how to use my voice in a different way other than just rapping,” added “Because I was never a singer. I was always an MC. But I just felt like I could express what I was trying to save better with melody back then. So it came out more so as Funk City, which I think is dope because it gave people a whole different element of me. Maybe I would have had more success if I had stuck to emceeing, being the 3 Feet High and Rising came out and ‘Gas Face’ [by 3rd Bass] was about to come out.”
The estimated Net Worth of Don Newkirk is between $1 Million to $2 Million USD.
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