Nick Bright Life story
Nick Bright is a British Radio and television presenter. He currently hosts Saturday mid mornings on BBC Radio 1Xtra, The Squad on BBC Radio 5 Live, Sundays at midday, numerous different projects for BBC Sport and the Arsenal Matchday Show.
Rapper Cadet dies in car crash on his way to a gig
Cadet has died in a car crash on the way to a gig at Keele University in Staffordshire.
The news of Cadet's death was confirmed by His Family on his official Instagram account.
In a statement to Radio 1 Newsbeat, his management said the 28-year-old was a passenger in a taxi.
Musicians, sports stars and DJs have all been paying tribute to the rapper.
Stormzy said he didn't know what to say, posting on Instagram that it feels "mad, weird" whilst Drake simply wrote RIP.
Cadet regularly appeared on BBC Radio 1Xtra and performed at MistaJam's Christmas Party last year.
"He was pronounced dead at The Scene . "
A previous statement said that the drivers of both vehicles were taken to hospital with serious injuries and three others were also being treated in hospital.
It's billed as 'Staffordshire's Biggest Hip Hop , Garage and R& B Night'.
Dj Target posted on Twitter that Cadet was "a talent, and a lovely guy, always smiling, infectious energy. "This year was set to be massive for Cadet
by Nick Bright , Radio 1Xtra DJ
For us at 1Xtra he was a huge artist.
Lots of his tracks were on the playlist last year, and even as we speak at the moment one of them is on the A-list, so it's one of the tunes that gets played The Most .
To see this happen to an artist just as he's about to break through is a really sad thing.
He got so much recognition from those projects alone and lots more people have been paying attention to his Music .
It's quite a small scene so when something like this happens everybody within this industry knows it's happened.
There's No Doubt in my mind that he would have been playing at so many different places this summer because he's got so many big songs out at the moment and loads in the pipeline.
In a statement, Wireless said: "Our thoughts and prayers go out to The Family , friends and fans, of Cadet.
"Such sad news.
"We'll be keeping his Wireless performance as a time to reflect on the memory of Blaine. "
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