Clarence Fuzzy Haskins was an American singer. He gained huge fame in the 70s.
He has performed with the 1950s, and 1960s doo-wop groups called The Parliaments.
He was also a founding member of the groundbreaking and influential 1970s funk bands Parliament and Funkadelic.
He was also a member of a Rock band named Roll Hall of Fame and won Grammy Awards for his best music.
Marriage And Children
Fuzzy was a private person. He never revealed his personal life to the media.
There were never any dating or affairs rumors about him. And it is still unknown whether he was married or not.
There is no information about Fuzzy’s children.
About His Career
Fuzzy grew up in West Virginia. Growing up, Fuzzy grew an interest in music.
He started singing in the 1950s performing doo-wop songs. He was the lead vocalist.
They did not achieve any success for a few years. Finally, in 1967 they scored a hit with “I Wanna Testify,” which was a success.
After their small achievement, singer George Clinton teamed with The Parliaments with the group Funkadelic.
It is known as Parliament-Funkadelic or P-Funk. They gained massive recognition and greatly impacted 70s R&B and funk.
They started growing big on classic albums. Their famous ones are Mothership Connection and Maggot Brain, and many more.
Fuzzy was born on June 8, 1941, in Elkins, West Virginia, United States. His full name is Clarence Eugene Fuzzy Haskins.
He died at the age of 81.
As a lead singer of a famous band, Fuzzy's net worth is about $1 million.
Fuzzy Contributes To Funkadelic
Fuzzy was a great and talented singer and wrote many songs for Funkadelic.
He was also a good drummer. He proved that when he performed Can You Get To That, which he also wrote.
He was not only a great singer but also known for donning skin-tight bodysuits and gyrating against the microphone pole, and whipping the crowd into a frenzy when they performed their songs.
But unfortunately, Fuzzy came out and said he didn't want to be in P-Funk anymore.
Because he was having some problems with his band members.
After that, Fuzzy broke away and made his solo albums, but he got back with P-Funk and performed.
But he didn't stop making his solo albums. Fuzzy did not abandon his band because he loved P-Funk, and it was where he started his career.
He wanted to do his things independently and did some solo albums to satisfy himself.
Fuzzy Died At 81
Fuzzy's death was revealed on social media when P-Funk’s George Clinton shared,
“ We are saddened to announce the passing of an original Parliament-Funkadelic member Clarence Eugene “Fuzzy” Haskins.”
Fuzzy's cause of death is unknown. But he was suffering from a stroke. He died on March 17, 2023.
Parliament-Funkadelic former group members gave tribute to Fuzzy on Twitter.
And wrote a heartwarming condolence. Fuzzy's death was heartbreaking to all of them.
Fuzzy was a leader and team player. But, he was always light at the party.
Fuzzy was fun to hang out with. He was funny, but when he was on stage, he had the full attention of his audience and always did his best to entertain them.
And also he dedicated himself to his family and friends. And he was like a person who would do anything for his family and friends.
His fellow member will always miss him.
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