Singer was known for his sexualised lyrics
Cult soul singer Marvin Sease has died age 64.
Starting his career in gospel as a teenager in the 1960s, the South Carolina-born artist sang with his brothers before embarking on a solo career.
In 1986 he released his self-titled debut and found a niche kind of fame with his sexualised brand of R&B.
One of his most notorious songs was the track ‘Candy Licker’, which was banned in the southern States because of its risqué lyrics. Listen to it by scrolling down and clicking below.
Sease‘s last album was 2008’s ‘Who’s Got The Power’.
He died in Mississippi on February 8, reports the LA Times.