Jeff Height Obituary, PopsSmash Fellow Recording Brother of Chuck D (Almighty Jahwell) Has Died

 Jeff Height Obituary,  Death – Jeff Height was someone who I counted as a friend, as well as a peer, a fellow, and a recording brother. I am writing this message to inform everyone about the passing of a close friend of mine, and it is with a heavy heart that I do so. PopsSmash is a name that is used to refer to him on occasion, but the name Almighty Jahwell is what his most devoted followers call him. In regard to the moral standing he possesses, it would be a significant understatement to say that he is “one of the real good guys on this planet.” Rhyming has been a source of amusement not only for him but also for us ever since he was a young child.

Almighty Jahwell appeared in the 2013 film Muzik Luvahaz. He was a vocalist in the group No Self Control And The Band, who back up Son Of Bazerk. Both Son of Bazerk and No Self Control gave performances on the same day during the Hiphopgods Tour ten years ago, which took place in the United States. Almighty Jahwell Pops Smash and Brother Ali were two of the hip hop artists who stood out among the others who performed, although there were a lot of different hip hop artists who took the stage.

While on tour, Jah participated in a variety of pursuits that were designed primarily for his own pleasure, and he had a fantastic time partaking in those pursuits. Reading The Art of Rap as well as Life was entertaining for me in its own way. Because I have absolute faith that neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither the present nor the future, nor any powers, nor height nor depth, nor anything else in all of creation will ever be able to split us apart from one another.