American producer and songwriter Bram Inscoreknown for working alongside figures such as bts and Troye Sivan, He committed suicide at the age of 41 at his home in San Francisco, California..
American media report that relatives of Bram Inscore reported in a statement that the musician “he ended his life after an arduous fight against depressionon December 19.”
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“Selfless as a human being and generous as a collaborator, he ingeniously served the music, but never his own ego. Deep compassion and dry wit were embedded in everything she did, although never sought praise or approval”the statement reads.
Who was Bram Inscore?
He was born in San Francisco, California.
He began playing bass in high school and studied orchestral and jazz music at the University of Southern California.
He left university to joining tours of bands such as Beck, Twin Shadow, Thurston Moore and Charlotte Ginsgbourg and over time he dedicated himself to musical composition.
In 2009 he released his first solo album titled ‘BRAM’ and ‘It’s Fate’ (part of the Touché duet) in 2016.
He wrote songs like “Don’t Give Up on Me”for Andy Grammer, “Lourder so Bombs”a song that was co-written by RM, J-Hope and Suga from bts for his album ‘Map of the soul: 7’ in 2020.
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