DJ Erick Morillo who made House Music Popularize Died at 49

DJ Erick Morillo Died

Erick Morillo a DJ and Music Producer Found dead at his Miami Beach House on Monday. The authorities have not yet confirmed the cause of death. The officers arrived at the scene of crime said “There were no apparent signs of foul play. The cause of death will be determined by the Miami Dade Medical Examiner’s Office.”

Morillo last December caught up in the Sexual abuse allegation for which he got arrested last month. But all the allegations were denied by Morillo. In the recent reports by police, they said that Morillo had Court Hearing on this Coming Friday.

DJ Erick Morillo Died
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The spokesman of Miami Beach Police Ernesto Rodriguez said “This is a very unfortunate incident where our detectives worked diligently to provide some sort of closure for the victim.”

Past the Era of Disco sound, for nearly 30 years Morillo has ruled the World of House Music. He has taken house music to the next level with the help of DJs Paul Oakenfold and Pete Tong.

The career of DJ Morillo was quite astonishing. A columbian born boy ruled the music world. The most famous song of his was “I like to move it.” Morillo stated house music with label Subliminal Records. His initial career success was in year 1991 with song Muevelo which he did for El General.

Written by Neha Garg