R&B artist James Ingram, the two-time Grammy Award-victor and unbelievable vocalist known for hit melodies “Just Once” and “One Hundred Ways,” has kicked the bucket at age 66.
The Recording Academy affirmed the craftsman’s passing Tuesday, recalling Ingram as a “profound, topping artist and musician.”
Ingram started his vocation over four decades back, teaming up throughout the years with Quincy Jones, Anita Baker, Michael McDonald and Ray Charles. He co-composed Michael Jackson’s hit “P.Y.T. (Truly Young Thing)” close by Jones.