Jewell Caples, the ‘First Lady of Death Row Records,’ died at the age of 53, but not before establishing an immaculate reputation as a singer.
On May 6, just a few weeks shy of her 54th birthday, the R&B singer died tragically.
She’ll be recognized for her amazing contributions to the music industry long after she’s gone.
What is the origin of Jewell’s moniker/nickname?
“The First Lady of Death Row Records,” as Jewell referred to herself and was referred to by others.
That’s because the singer-songwriter performed alongside world-famous rappers and delivered vocals on some very well-known tracks.
Dr. Dre’s The Chronic, Snoop Dogg’s Doggystyle and Murder Was the Case, and 2Pac’s All Eyez on Me and Until the End of Time are among her impressive accolades.
Jewell went by several different names throughout her career, including Ju-L, Jewell Peyton, and Jewell Curtis.
During her time at Death Row Records, from 1992 to 1996, she appeared on a number of multi-platinum albums.
What happened to Jewell Caples? Cause of Death
Daz Dillinger, a rapper, announced Jewell’s death. There has been no official notification on the cause of death as of yet.
So, what had Jewell been up to lately?
Jewell’s most recent Instagram post was on April 28, when she announced the launch of her podcast The Jewell Experience.
Jewell’s supporters took to social media after learning of her passing to pay respect to her.