Raul Conde, a Renowned Terror Squad Member and Rapper Died Unexpectedly

Last Updated on November 23, 2023, 12:54 pm

Raul Conde is one of the legendary members of the hip-hop group Terror Squad. Conde, well-known for his creative contributions to the group and his work directing music videos, passed suddenly at 52, signaling the end of an era in the hip-hop community.

Raul Conde Dead
Raul Conde (Image via Facebook)

On Thursday, November 23, 2023, the tragic news of American rapper and actor Raul Conde’s demise shocked admirers. Every social media platform was overrun with messages reiterating a solemn “RIP Raul Conde,” leaving us all stunned and depressed.

There aren’t many specifics regarding Conde’s passing; his death’s cause is unknown yet. However, Fans and other musicians are waiting for additional details as the reason for the death has not been made public.

Fat Joe confirmed his death news through a Facebook post and wrote an emotional statement that stated:

“My Day 1, how can a man love another man more than your biological family? You are 1 of 1 the most loyal EVER. We have done it since kids. We did everything we dreamed of. I love you with every fiber in my body. I thought we’d get old together and look back at the times we had and laugh.”

He further wrote in his statement: “No one understood me like you; you were a God send, my brother. I wish I could get one last talk with you. My Condolences to the CONDE FAMILY for letting us have RAUL for all these years. I can tell you that not a moment in my life I won’t love and cherish every minute and every second I’ve had with RAUL. I want everyone to wish my brother a safe passage to Heaven because he loved GOD SO MUCH. WE ARE TERROR SQUAD 4 Life I love you RAUL TILL WE MEET AGAIN.”

Thoughts and Condolences to the family and community in this tragic time; his untimely demise left a void in the hearts of his loved ones. However, Conde’s funeral details are still unknown.

About Raul Conde

Raul Conde, better known by his stage name “Negro,” was born on February 2, 1975, in the Bronx, New York. From an early age, he was drawn to hip-hop’s colorful and energetic sounds. Conde’s love of music and upbringing at the center of the culture that gave rise to this genre helped him to become a significant figure in the music business, serving as both a director of music videos and a member of the Terror Squad.

Conde’s musical career started with the Terror Squad, a group that significantly impacted hip-hop in the late 1990s and early 2000s. The late Big Pun and Fat Joe founded the Terror Squad, which gained notoriety fast for its unique sound and significant contributions to hip-hop.

Similarly, he has added to his success with other songs, including Lean Back, Yeah Yeah Yeah, Pass The Glock, Take Me Home, and In For Life. Their song Lean Back, which includes Remy Martin and Fat Joe, has received over 93 million views on YouTube. Similarly, he has undoubtedly become wealthy due to his contributions to the hip-hop label’s ascent between 1998 and 2009.

Conde was cherished by his loved ones; he will be dearly missed, and his legacy will always endure. Prayers for him; Rest in Peace, Raul Conde.

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