The Prodigy’s Keith Flint dead at 49

He was the most charismatic and popular of the band members and lend vocals to some of The Prodigy’s  biggest hits “Firestarter” and “Breathe”

The Prodigy’s Keith Flint dead at 49

The fire has been extinguished for Keith Flint. The Prodigy singer and dancer was found dead this Monday at his home in Essex, England, age 49. The cause of death has been confirmed as being suicide. Keith Flint was born in Redbridge, London on September 17, 1969, he rose to worldwide fame as a member of The Prodigy during the 1990’s. With his incendiary attitude, eccentric looks and charisma, he quickly became the most popular of all the members of the band and most recognizable. In 1996 Flint sung lead on The Prodigy breakthrough singles “Firestarter” and “Breathe” which earned them worldwide popularity, and included on their acclaimed 1997  best selling album “Fat Of The Land” where Keith sings lead in several songs. Controversial at times, The Prodigy stands as the most influential Techno band ever, with a sound that blend Punk, Dance, Electronic, Rock and Industrial among other styles that create them an unique formula. Other hits of the band include the controversial 1997 “Smack My Bitch Up”. On the morning of 4 March 2019, following concerns for his welfare, police were called to Flint’s home, in Great Dunmow, Essex, where he was found dead. Bandmate Liam Howlett stated via Instagram that his death was a suicide


Look back at the famous 1996 music video “Firestarter” featuring Keith Flint


Listen to the acclaimed 1997 Prodigy album “Fat Of The Land” on Spotify

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