Beloved Hip-Hop Manager Jonathan ‘Hovain’ Hylton Has Died
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Veteran hip-hop executive Jonathan "Hovain" Hylton has passed away.
The tragic news was announced in a message to Hovain's Instagram account on Saturday.
"It is with deep regret that we inform all family, friends and colleagues of the passing of Jonathan 'Hovain' Hylton at his home on Friday. He was a beloved and devoted father, husband, son, brother and a proud representative of Brooklyn," the statement said.
It continued: "We would like to thank all his close friends for all the love and support you have shown during this difficult time. We ask that you all continue to keep his family in your prayers and respect their privacy at this time.”
A cause of death was not announced.
A veteran hip-hop executive and president of management at Cinematic Music Group, Hovain has previously worked with legendary artists such as Cam'Ron, Jim Jones, Styles P, Lloyd Banks and T-Pain.
Countless rappers have taken to social media to pay tribute to the Brooklyn native.
Young Guru, guided by Hovain, wrote: “I have no words. i loved this man He was more than my manager, he was my brother. I swear this is too much. RIP my brother [six heartbroken emojis] @hovain you were special.”
In another post, A-Trak called Hovain "a pillar of New York hip hop." "I can't believe Hovain passed, wtf. He was one of the good guys. Everyone loved him. A pillar of New York hip-hop, hip-hop in general, just a good guy. Damn," A-Trak wrote on Twitter.
See some of the Hovain tributes below.
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