Joey Gardner New York Death, TKA Freestyle Producer and Manager has died. – MAYANOVI

TKA Record Producer and Manager Joey Gardner of New York has sadly passed away. He died on Friday 10th May 2024 surrounded by his beloved family.

He was announced dead through a publication made on Facebook that reads “How do I even begin to put into words the pain that grips my heart, unable to fathom the harsh reality before me? My mentor, my rock, my confidant—Joey Gardner—is gone”.

The circumstances surrounding the actual cause of Joey Gardner’s death have not been released at this time.

Flygroove is the alias that Joey Gardner, an artist and producer, uses professionally. Joey, who was born and raised in New York City, was influenced by the club and street culture of New York City throughout the 1980s.

He was a pioneer in the field of freestyle and Latin hip hop, producing hits with artists such as Force M.D.’s, TKA, K7, Information Society, and Coolio. Joey was a native New Yorker. Disco, electro, classic hip hop, and Latin freestyle from the 1980s are all elements that can be found in Flygroove’s music.

“Euphoria” is Flygroove’s most recent release, and it is the second time that the up-and-coming multi-genre musician Keenan TreVon from Aurora, Colorado has worked with Flygroove.

This song features a combination of vintage freestyle breakbeats, disco keys, and bass from the Funhouse era. With the release of “Just Dance” in January, Flygroove and Keenan TreVon’s first collaboration, this single follows in its footsteps.

Joey was more than simply a guide; he was the engine that propelled our achievements and the architect of our glory in TKA and K7. Through his exceptional brilliance, he shaped our music, propelling us to achieve heights that we had never before considered the possibility of.

On a daily basis, he demanded greatness and encouraged us to strive for perfection, regardless of whether or not we were willing to accept it. In addition, I will be eternally grateful to you for your dogged pursue it.

The world of freestyle music was repeatedly reshaped as a result of his influence, which extended beyond predetermined borders. We were pampered by his hands-on attitude, which became our baseline for excellence and set a standard of excellence for us. Many people learned from him that anything less than the best was unacceptable, and looking back, he was correct.

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