Hip-hop producer J Dilla dies aged 32
The musician – real name James Yancey – worked with many artists including De La Soul and The Roots.
He was recently described by Rolling Stone as "a top-ranked architect of soulful hip-hop," while The Neptunes' Pharrell Williams named him his favourite producer.
J Dilla was a member of rap trio Slum Village and released solo album Donuts just last week. Parts of it were recorded in hospital. He had also worked with names such as Common, The Pharcyde, D'Angelo, Erykah Badu and A Tribe Called Quest.