Unfortunately, we have to tell you that the charming and “self-proclaimed “first lady of Death Row Records,” Jewell Caples, also known as R&B singer Jewell, has died. She was only 53 years old”.
It is well known that Jewell worked with famous singers like “2Pac, Snoop Dogg, and Dr. Dre while she was with Death Row Records”. “An official cause of death has not been” confirmed yet, but word of her death spread after Reggie White Jr., who used to be in charge of Death Row security, and Daz Dillinger, an artist and producer for Death Row Records, said she had died. In his words, Jewell died early in the morning of May 6, 2022, at 5 a.m.
Just two months ago, she said that she had been admitted because she had “eight pounds of fluid in her heart, lungs, and legs. She went back to the hospital on March 16 and was released on March 21 after” getting care. That same day, she posted a picture on Instagram with the following caption: “Any news on my health?”
“Pay attention, all you nonbelievers… On March 2, 2022, I was in the hospital. I was freed on “March 5, 2022, and went home with 8 pounds of fluid on my heart, lungs, and legs”! From March 16, 2022, when they went back to the hospital, until now, “March 21, 2022. I Almost Lost My Life! Was meant to be flown to a different facility. GOD took away my” problems and “gave me some GRACE! And let me spend more time with my friends and family! Thanks Jesus, you saved my life again! 👏🏽 👏🏽 👏🏽 👏🏽 👏🏽 👏🏽 👏🏽 God” really exists!”
Jewell, who was born in Chicago, is best known for the beautiful voices she used on Death Row Records songs in the 1990s. Her vocals were on well-known records like “All Eyez On Me” by 2Pac, “The Chronic” by Dr. Dre, and “Doggystyle” by Snoop Dogg. “Woman to Woman,” a cover of Shirley Brown’s classic song, was her biggest solo hit. It got to “No. 72 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 16 on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop songs” list. Pearl Jewell also played on the music of movies like “Deep Cover” and “Above the Rim.”
In the past few years, Jewell has become more popular again, and her interviews are now a big deal for both younger and older fans. According to her recent interview with “Art Of Dialogue,” she felt like she hadn’t gotten the credit she earned as an artist, in part because of how she looked at the time.
Jewell said, “”I was never seen, but my voice was heard”.” “They wanted a slim-jim, and I was a juicy girl.” That means you didn’t really see me in any videos.”
It looked like she made a big step forward after losing weight while she was in jail for three months on a charge of attempted murder. “They put me in the ‘What Would You Do?’ video because I was skinny when I got out of jail,” she said. “I didn’t mind the process, but I was mad that my album never came out.”
Along with being a great singer, Jewell Caples was a loving mother. She will always be remembered by the people who loved her.