R&B Singer Reggie Warren, Original Member of TROOP Dies at Age 52
R&B singer Reggie Warren, one of the original five members of the group Troop, has died.
He had been dealing with health issues for some time, and had been hospitalized in January.
Warren was released from the hospital on Saturday to die at home, which he did, surrounded by family.
Troop is an acronym or Total Respect of Other People, the group Warren and five childhood friends formed in the 1980s. They recorded five albums in the 1980s and ’90s, went on hiatus and then reunited in 2004 for more touring. Later they would appear together in concert with the likes of Boyz II Men, Keith Sweat, Jon B, Brian McKnight, and others.