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Brenda Edwards shares the touching way she’s celebrating her late son Jamal’s birthday - hellomagazine.com
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18.08.2022 / 12:33

Brenda Edwards shares the touching way she’s celebrating her late son Jamal’s birthday

Brenda Edwards shared how she will mark her late son Jamal Edwards' first birthday since his sad death in February.MORE: Brenda Edwards breaks silence to share beautiful photo with son Jamal EdwardsThe Loose Women star revealed there will be a "cookup" hosted by SBTV, the company which Jamal founded, featuring guest performers which are yet to be announced, in honour of his 32nd birthday.WATCH: Brenda Edwards shares amazing vocals after brave return to Loose WomenSharing the news on social media, Brenda penned: "Every year I have celebrated my baby’s birthday and this year will be no exception, it’s gonna be a very memorable day celebrating the life of Jamal! For more information and to book tickets please see @sbtvonline see you there! Thanks very much."SEE: Brenda Edwards shares achievement from son Jamal EdwardsREAD: Brenda Edwards shares son Jamal Edwards' cause of death in emotional statementFans were delighted with the update.

Loose Women’s Brenda Edwards says late son Jamal visits her as a fox after tragic death - www.thesun.co.uk
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23.01.2023 / 11:31

Loose Women’s Brenda Edwards says late son Jamal visits her as a fox after tragic death

LOOSE Women's Brenda Edwards claims her late son visits her as a fox since his tragic death. Music entrepreneur Jamal died from a heart attack after taking cocaine and drinking alcohol in February 2021. Since then his TV panellist mum says the 31-year-old reveals his presence in the form of an animal.

Brenda Edwards says Jamal’s ‘brother’ Ed Sheeran spoke to her every week after son’s death - express - Britain
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19.01.2023 / 23:49

Brenda Edwards says Jamal’s ‘brother’ Ed Sheeran spoke to her every week after son’s death

Loose Women panellist Brenda Edwards, 53, has praised Ed Sheeran, 31, for his touching tribute to her son Jamal Edwards, who died from a cardiac arrhythmia last February.The ITV star shared how the popstar has kept in touch with her on a weekly basis ever since her son’s death.DJ and music entrepreneur Jamal was responsible for helping to launch the careers of many musicians, including Ed, through his platform SBTV.The late star, who was awarded an MBE for his contribution to the music industry, will now be honoured in the relaunch of SBTV this evening. Ed has also dedicated a song to Jamal nearly one year after his death, which Brenda said brought her “to tears”.

Pregnant Jessie J breaks down in tears, vomits and says, ‘I can’t explain how sick I feel’ - www.thesun.co.uk
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09.01.2023 / 04:27

Pregnant Jessie J breaks down in tears, vomits and says, ‘I can’t explain how sick I feel’

PREGNANT Jessie J has shared a candid video from her first trimester which includes her breaking down in tears and throwing up. The singer announced that happy news that she is expecting her first child on Friday evening.

Both Little Simz and Knucks take Best Album prize at this year’s MOBO Awards - completemusicupdate.com - London - county Craig - city Rogers
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02.12.2022 / 15:07

Both Little Simz and Knucks take Best Album prize at this year’s MOBO Awards

The MOBO Awards took place in London on Wednesday night with not one but two albums being presented with the Album Of The Year prize. Any why the hell not? Awards for everyone, I say.Both ‘Sometimes I Might Be Introvert’ by Little Simz and ‘Alpha Place’ by Knucks were considered to be sufficiently magnificent to be presented with the 2022 MOBO for best album.

Rated Awards handed out in London - completemusicupdate.com - London - Jordan
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24.10.2022 / 13:13

Rated Awards handed out in London

The GRM Daily Rated Awards returned as a live event last night, with a ceremony held in London.Dave was the big winner of the night, taking home four trophies for Male Artist Of The Year, Album Of The Year, Track Of The Year and Video Of The Year.The latter two were both for his Stormzy collaboration ‘Clash’, of which he said: “Back in 2019, I’d just finished my tour. My friend Cal who produced this song had just brought Jordan 1s and Jordan 4s, so I freestyled ‘Clash’.

Vanessa Feltz joins Strictly and Love Island stars at Best Heroes Awards - www.thesun.co.uk - Britain
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19.10.2022 / 02:21

Vanessa Feltz joins Strictly and Love Island stars at Best Heroes Awards

VANESSA Feltz joined forces with Love Island and Strictly stars for a night of glam and to celebrate some real life-changing names at the Best Heroes Awards. The glitzy bash, held at London's Saint Ermin's Hotel, sought to celebrate some truly heroic and game-changing people whose lives have positively impacted others.

BBC Radio 1Xtra’s Nadia Jae remembers ‘selfless’ Jamal Edwards after helping launch her career: ‘He was literally an angel’ - metro.co.uk
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16.10.2022 / 18:05

BBC Radio 1Xtra’s Nadia Jae remembers ‘selfless’ Jamal Edwards after helping launch her career: ‘He was literally an angel’

BBC Radio 1Xtra presenter Nadia Jae has described the late Jamal Edwards as an ‘angel’ after he helped launch her career a decade ago. SBTV founder Edwards died in February at the age of 31, leaving behind a legacy that saw both him and his popular music platform help propel the likes of Ed Sheeran, Little Mix and Jessie J to global fame. Nadia, who now fronts 1Xtra’s breakfast show, was one of the many rising stars Edwards helped over the years. After having a ‘really love in-depth conversation’ when Nadia was working at another station, Edwards specifically requested that she host an event he was appearing at after being impressed by her interviewing skills. ‘Jamal’s very much like that, if he liked you or thought you were talented, he would find ways to get you in places you usually wouldn’t be placed,’ Nadia told Metro.co.uk, still referring to the late entrepreneur in the present tense at times. ‘I’ve never met anyone that doesn’t require anything back, so most friendships, relationships in the industry are quite transactional. You can’t just call anyone your friend, a lot of people are acquaintances, you can do something for them, they can do something for you.

Ed Sheeran breaks down in tears twice at secret gig and confirms new album next year - www.thesun.co.uk - city Ipswich
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13.10.2022 / 01:21

Ed Sheeran breaks down in tears twice at secret gig and confirms new album next year

EMOTIONAL Ed Sheeran broke down in tears at a top secret gig last night as he played tracks from his surprise new album. The pop megastar, who confirmed he'll release a record next year, performed eight new songs for just 600 fans inside London's Union Chapel in support of Will Young's charity Wellstock. Armed with nothing but an acoustic guitar, Ed sobbed twice as he spoke of his close friend Jamal Edwards, who died of a heart attack, aged just 31, earlier this year.

Jamal Edwards 'had no money for family in will after death despite earning £8million' - www.dailystar.co.uk
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11.10.2022 / 23:53

Jamal Edwards 'had no money for family in will after death despite earning £8million'

READ MORE: Brenda Edwards says Loose Women is helping her get over death of her son JamalRecent reports have revealed information about Jamal’s will.His mum Brenda, step-father Patrick Edwards and aunt Tracey Parry were all listed as his executors, but they were unfortunately left with nothing.Brenda, his sister Tanisha, aunt Deborah and his pal William were also listed as beneficiaries of his will, which he wrote in 2020.The gross value of his estate was a reported £45,502.76 at the time of his death, but dropped to nothing as the net amount.The 31-year-old died of a recreational drug overdose and back in August, an inquest confirmed cocaine toxicity in his body when he died.The official cause of death was named as cardiac arrhythmia and the coroner concluded that it was drug related.Jamal’s death shocked the country and left his mother in bits.The Loose Women host took time off from the presenting role after her loss and released a statement: “It is with the deepest heartache that I confirm that my beautiful son Jamal Edwards passed away yesterday morning after a sudden illness.”She continued: “Myself, his sister Tanisha and the rest of his family and friends are completely devastated. He was the centre of our world.”Some of his famous pals paid tribute to the music mogul and singer Jessie J opened up about his death, admitting that it still “doesn’t feel real” to her.Jessie added: “I miss Jamal so much [...] It still doesn’t feel real to me.

Ed Sheeran says he owes his success to the late Jamal Edwards - www.nme.com - London
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21.09.2022 / 17:01

Ed Sheeran says he owes his success to the late Jamal Edwards

Ed Sheeran has paid fresh tribute to Jamal Edwards, saying he owes his success to his late friend and collaborator.The SBTV founder and DJ died in Acton, west London on February 20. He was 31 years old.

Brenda Edwards in tears as she reads emotional letter from King Charles after Jamal's death - www.ok.co.uk - county Edwards
ok.co.uk
15.09.2022 / 19:35

Brenda Edwards in tears as she reads emotional letter from King Charles after Jamal's death

Loose Women was back on our screens today after a four-day break to make room on ITV for the coverage of the Queen's death, and the show made an emotional return. On the panel today were Ruth Langsford, Dame Kelly Holmes, Jane Moore and Brenda Edwards, who joined together to talk about Her Majesty and share personal memories of the royal family.

ITV Loose Women's Brenda Edwards reduced to tears as she reads out letter from King Charles sent after her son's death - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk
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15.09.2022 / 17:23

ITV Loose Women's Brenda Edwards reduced to tears as she reads out letter from King Charles sent after her son's death

Brenda Edwards became emotional as she appeared on the first edition of Loose Women since the Queen's death. The ITV lunchtime show returned to screens on Thursday (September 15) for the first time since it was announced Queen Elizabeth II had died 'peacefully', aged 96, at Balmoral on September 8.

Terry Crews, Ed Sheeran and other stars to come together to continue Jamal Edwards’ legacy at fundraiser - metro.co.uk - Britain
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31.08.2022 / 14:39

Terry Crews, Ed Sheeran and other stars to come together to continue Jamal Edwards’ legacy at fundraiser

Jamal Edwards’ legacy following his death.Hollywood actor Terry Crews, pop superstar Ed Sheeran – a good friend of the entrepreneur – and Luther actor Idris Elba will be part of the Jamal Edwards Self Belief Trust inaugural fundraising event.Crews will host the central London gala on September 20 with special performances from Sheeran, Jessie Ware, Max Cyrus and a DJ set from Capital Breakfast’s Roman Kemp.Music entrepreneur Edwards, who received an MBE for his services to music in 2014, died on February 20 this year at the age of 31.He gained fame after setting up the music platform SBTV in 2006, and was credited with helping to launch a string of UK music acts to stardom, including Dave, Jessie J and Sheeran.The fundraiser will see Edwards’ network of music and industry figures join together to support the causes he championed, in particular giving young people the opportunity to thrive in the media industry.A star-studded auction will include a host of ‘money-can’t-buy experiences’ including a meal-for-two with Beast star Elba.It also boasts an exclusive private Abbey Road Studios tour and press pass access to London Fashion Week in 2023.Tracey Parry-Knight, CEO of The Jamal Edwards Self Belief Trust, said: ‘Jamal made it his personal mission to open doors for others to walk through.‘To help people through life, to love and to laugh.’She added: ‘I’m really looking forward to this event as an opportunity to bring those who loved Jamal, from across the music and media industries, together in one room to raise vital funds for the causes that he was most passionate about.‘This is his legacy and it’s sure to be an inspiring evening.’The Jamal Edwards Self Belief Trust, set up in his honour following his death, is

Ed Sheeran and Jessie Ware to play fundraiser for Jamal Edwards’ Self Belief Trust - www.nme.com - London
nme.com
31.08.2022 / 11:37

Ed Sheeran and Jessie Ware to play fundraiser for Jamal Edwards’ Self Belief Trust

Ed Sheeran and Jessie Ware are among the performers at the first fundraiser for the late Jamal Edwards and his recently-formed Self Belief Trust.The hugely influential SB.TV founder passed away in London in February at the age of 31. Ed Sheeran, Chelsea FC and Dave were among those to pay tribute to Edwards.The following month, the Jamal Edwards Self Belief Trust was set up by his family with an aim to “honour [Edwards’] memory and continue his legacy” through “[supporting] those causes that mattered most to Jamal”: combatting homelessness, supporting people with mental health issues and providing young people with essential life skills.On September 20, the Self Belief Trust will hold its inaugural fundraising event at the new HERE at Outernet venue in central London, hosted by Terry Crews.Alongside prominent music industry figures and former colleagues of Edwards’, Sheeran and Ware will perform alongside Max Cyrus.All funds raised at the event will go to the Self Belief Fund, with a new scheme being set up to tackle homelessness, creating a back-to-work scheme and scholarship programme for young people at risk of homelessness.The event will begin with a champagne reception before a three-course meal and an afterparty including a Roman Kemp DJ set. Prizes on offer include tours of Abbey Road Studios, a meal for two with Idris Elba and VIP tickets to London Fashion Week 2023.Speaking of the event, the trust’s CEO Tracey Parry-Knight said: “Jamal made it his personal mission to open doors for others to walk through.

Brenda Edwards praises Ed Sheeran for support since son Jamal's death: 'He's worried about me' - www.ok.co.uk - city Greenwich
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24.08.2022 / 12:35

Brenda Edwards praises Ed Sheeran for support since son Jamal's death: 'He's worried about me'

Brenda Edwards has revealed her close relationship with singer Ed Sheeran, following the recent death of her son Jamal Edwards.The music mogul passed away in February, aged just 31, from cardiac arrhythmia after taking "recreational drugs," with Brenda sharing his cause of death in a statement after the inquest was opened.The Loose Women star, 53, has now revealed how her son's friend has helped her in the months since his tragic passing. She said: "Ed is a beautiful soul. He is an amazing, phenomenal talent.

Brenda Edwards praises 'beautiful soul' Ed Sheeran for support after son Jamal's death - www.dailystar.co.uk
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24.08.2022 / 09:27

Brenda Edwards praises 'beautiful soul' Ed Sheeran for support after son Jamal's death

Loose Women's Brenda Edwards has praised Ed Sheeran for supporting her following the death of her son Jamal Edwards. Jamal, who founded the music platform SBTV, which helped launch the careers of huge stars such as Ed and Rita Ora, died at the age of just 31 after he collapsed at his west London home in February.Brenda, 53, has thanked Ed and his family for their support during the heart-breaking ordeal.

Jamal Edwards: coroner concludes cause of death - www.msn.com - Britain
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02.08.2022 / 21:41

Jamal Edwards: coroner concludes cause of death

ARTICLE UPDATE (02/08/2022): Coroner releases conclusions on cause of death of entrepeneur Jamal Edwards. An inquest held at West London coroner’s court into the death of Jamal Edwards, the founder of the pioneering online grime and rap platform SBTV who helped launch the careers of Ed Sheeran and Stormzy, has concluded that the cause of death was drug-related. A toxicology report found there was evidence of cocaine use and presence of alcohol.

Loose Women star Brenda Edwards pays tribute to 'selfless' son Jamal at inquest into death - express
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02.08.2022 / 19:47

Loose Women star Brenda Edwards pays tribute to 'selfless' son Jamal at inquest into death

Loose Women panellist Brenda Edwards has paid tribute to her "selfless" son Jamal Edwards at an inquest into his death today.The star, 53, released a heartbreaking statement at the inquest, which heard how the music mogul suffered a cardiac arrest after taking recreational drugs following a night out.It comes after Jamal's tragic death in February this year at his West London home.His heartbroken mum Brenda said in a statement: “Jamal was a beautiful and selfless person.“Since growing up with his family in Acton he made it his personal mission to open doors for others to walk through.“To help people through life, to love and to laugh.

Jamal Edwards died of cardiac arrest after using cocaine, coroner concludes - www.nme.com
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02.08.2022 / 19:21

Jamal Edwards died of cardiac arrest after using cocaine, coroner concludes

Jamal Edwards died of a cardiac arrest after taking cocaine, a coroner has ruled.The DJ and founder of SBTV passed away on in Acton, west London on February 20. He was 31 years old.Back in June, his mother Brenda Edwards said that her son’s death was the result of him taking recreational drugs.

Jamal Edwards’ cause of death revealed as Loose Women star mum Brenda pays emotional tribute - www.ok.co.uk - Britain
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02.08.2022 / 17:11

Jamal Edwards’ cause of death revealed as Loose Women star mum Brenda pays emotional tribute

The cause of death for Jamal Edwards has been revealed in an inquest today following his death on 20 February.The 31 year old SBTV founder was confirmed to have died of cardiac arrest after ingesting a lethal mixture of cocaine and alcohol. Jamal was a pioneer in the UK music industry and well-respected by his peers after creating the groundbreaking music platform SBTV. He was found dead at his home in Acton, West London.

Jamal Edwards’ cause of death revealed as Loose Women star mum Brenda pays emotional tribute to son, 31 - www.thesun.co.uk
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02.08.2022 / 16:31

Jamal Edwards’ cause of death revealed as Loose Women star mum Brenda pays emotional tribute to son, 31

MUSIC entrepreneur Jamal Edwards died from a cardiac arrest after a late night cocaine and booze session, an inquest heard today. Three small bags containing remnants of white powder were found on the 31-year-old son of Loose Women panellist Brenda Edwards after he collapsed in February.

Jamal Edwards cause of death ruled as cardiac arrest after cocaine and alcohol consumption - express
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02.08.2022 / 16:19

Jamal Edwards cause of death ruled as cardiac arrest after cocaine and alcohol consumption

Loose Women's Brenda Edwards. An inquest was held into the entrepreneur's death and the coroner ruled he died from cardiac arrest, concluding the cause of death was drug-related.The court heard Jamal was found collapsed with three small snap bags with the remnants of white powder at home in February at his mothers home.An inquest at West London's coroner's court found evidence of cocaine and alcohol in his system.It was also reported there were remnants of MDMA found in his urine, although not in his blood, indicating he had taken it recently but not on the night of his death.Jamal had returned home in February at around 4am after playing a DJ set in North London.He then stayed up drinking with his friend Nick Hopper, who was living in an annex on the Acton property.The inquest heard that the YouTube star had become paranoid, and was behaving erratically, throwing things around the room before he collapsed.Hopper told the inquest, via South West News Service: "When he came in he appeared to be his normal self and it appeared that he had just been out."We began to chat, smoke some weed and drink.

Jamal Edwards collapsed after taking cocaine and drinking booze, inquest hears - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - Britain - Indiana - county Edwards
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02.08.2022 / 16:04

Jamal Edwards collapsed after taking cocaine and drinking booze, inquest hears

DJ Jamal Edwards died from a cardiac arrest after taking cocaine and drinking alcohol, a coroner has ruled. The entrepreneur's death, aged 31, was confirmed in February.

Jamal Edwards' tragic death was 'sparked by cocaine use', coroner concludes - www.dailystar.co.uk
dailystar.co.uk
02.08.2022 / 14:55

Jamal Edwards' tragic death was 'sparked by cocaine use', coroner concludes

Jamal Edwards was "cocaine sparked" after the recreational drug along with alcohol was found in his system and on him at the time of his death, a coroner has ruled.The chief executive of SBTV, a music production company which helped to launch the careers of Jessie J, Ed Sheeran and Stormzy, sadly passed away after suffering a cardiac arrhythmia on February 20, 2022.A recent toxicology report has now found that James' heart rhythm problem could have been caused by the drug after evidence of cocaine use and presence of cocaine and alcohol was established. READ NEXT: Jamal Edwards died from heart attack after taking drugs, mum Brenda confirmsThe inquest which took place on Tuesday August 2nd heard that Three small snap bags containing the remnants of white powder were found on the 31-year-old son of Loose Women panellist Brenda Edwards.The coroner concluded this "probably" caused the cardia arrhythmia which led to his death.Assistant West London Coroner Ivor Collett ruled today that Mr Edwards had died after suffering a cardiac arrest that brought on by taking cocaine and drinking alcohol.

Jamal Edwards’ cause of death ruled to be cardiac arrest after cocaine and alcohol, inquest finds - metro.co.uk - Indiana - county Edwards
metro.co.uk
02.08.2022 / 14:53

Jamal Edwards’ cause of death ruled to be cardiac arrest after cocaine and alcohol, inquest finds

Jamal Edwards has ruled that he died from a cardiac arrest after taking cocaine and drinking.The entrepreneur, who died aged 31 in February, was found with three small snap bags with the remnants of white powder after he collapsed at the home of his mother, Loose Women panelist Brenda Edwards, in West London.Toxicology tests found cocaine and alcohol in his system, as well as MDMA in his urine but not his blood, indicating that he had taken the drug recently but not on the night of his death.Edwards, who founded SB.TV, had returned to the home in Acton at 4am after playing a DJ set in North London, and sat up drinking with his friend Nick Hopper, who was living in an annex of the property. Tuesday’s inquest heard that Edwards became paranoid, began behaving erratically and throwing things around the room before collapsing.

Central Cee dominates the Official Trending Chart with new track Doja - www.officialcharts.com - Britain - USA - Atlanta
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26.07.2022 / 09:57

Central Cee dominates the Official Trending Chart with new track Doja

Central Cee debuts at Number 1 on the Official Trending Chart with his brand new track, Doja. 

Ed Sheeran pays homage to Jamal Edwards with new video: 'He lives on forever' - www.ok.co.uk - New York
ok.co.uk
23.07.2022 / 21:53

Ed Sheeran pays homage to Jamal Edwards with new video: 'He lives on forever'

Ed Sheeran has released a new music video that the late Jamal Edwards helped create. The 31 year old singer-songwriter said he “hit up” Jamal for music video ideas after deciding to collaborate with rapper Russ, “knowing that he would create something incredible”. The video was supposed to have been shot a day after Jamal’s passing, sparking the Shape Of You singer to postpone it.

Ed Sheeran says he felt “proud” to make video bringing Jamal Edwards’ vision to life - www.nme.com
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22.07.2022 / 18:11

Ed Sheeran says he felt “proud” to make video bringing Jamal Edwards’ vision to life

Ed Sheeran has said he feels “proud” to have made a video that brought the late Jamal Edwards’ “vision to life”.Edwards suffered a cardiac arrest at home in Acton, west London on 20 February after taking recreational drugs.Sheeran revealed that he had approached Edwards some time ago to make the video for his collaboration with Russ on his latest track, ‘Are You Entertained’.In a new post on Instagram, Sheeran revealed that Edwards had planned out the whole video for Sheeran but just before they started shooting, Edwards died.Sheeran went on to explain that Edwards’ mum Brenda and his sister Tanisha said they told him they should still make the video in order to make “Jamal’s vision come to life”.“I felt so sad on the day,” Sheeran said when they started filming, “but very proud.” He went on: “I wish Jam was here to see it, I wish we’d done it together, but he would be buzzing how all his people came together and brought his vision to life.”A post shared by Ed Sheeran (@teddysphotos)It’s been incredible seeing my Son Jamal’s creative vision come to life for this video. Huge thank you from myself and the whole SBTV Family to Jake Nava,Alistair Khalil, Nicky Caulfield.

Brenda Edwards shares achievement from son Jamal Edwards - hellomagazine.com - Britain
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21.07.2022 / 13:11

Brenda Edwards shares achievement from son Jamal Edwards

Brenda Edwards took to social media to share a special post about her late son Jamal Edwards who recently won an award. MORE: Loose Women star Brenda Edwards gives health update after painful injuryThe Loose Women star an update from the Guap Gala Instagram page after they revealed that Jamal had won their legacy award for "launching a string of UK music acts to stardom."WATCH: Brenda Edwards shares amazing vocals after brave return to Loose WomenBrenda added the news to her Instagram Stories, and penned a series of heartfelt emojis on the post including a blue love heart and a dove.READ: Brenda Edwards reveals new career move after opening up about Jamal's cause of deathSEE: Brenda Edwards shares son Jamal Edwards' cause of death in emotional statementLast week, Brenda visited a very special mural of her son which was created by artist Camille Lambie-knight.

Loose Women’s Brenda Edwards slams 'untrue’ rumours her son Jamal’s mural was set alight - express - Britain - city Sande
express.co.uk
14.07.2022 / 22:57

Loose Women’s Brenda Edwards slams 'untrue’ rumours her son Jamal’s mural was set alight

Loose Women presenter set the record straight, explaining that “no one set Jamal’s mural alight”. Brenda, 53, took to Instagram this afternoon to share new information with her 113,000 followers. “Why must people speak on what they know NOTHING about?” she wrote.“Contrary to misinformed and unfactual social media posts, we would like to clarify that the simple explanation is…“No one set Jamal’s mural alight.” She continued: “Some candles got out of hand and the black smoke reached the bottom of the mural.“It was cleaned the very next morning and is as good as new.“Thank you for the concern,” she concluded with a blue heart emoji. Jama, who was a British music entrepreneur, DJ and founder of online music platform SB.TV, died in February aged 31.Jamal was also an ambassador for the Prince's Trust, a youth charity which helps young people set up their own businesses.In 2021, he set up Jamal Edwards Delve, a project aimed at refurbishing and reopening youth centres.Widely respected in the music industry, the young entrepreneur helped launch the careers of huge artists like Ed Sheeran, Jessie J, Stormzy and Emeli Sandé.He was awarded an MBE in the New Year's Honours list in 2014 for his services to music.In her Instagram post, Jamal’s mum Brenda included a screenshot of the article that she described as “unfactual”, which showed a picture of the mural looking blackened by smoke.In the next photo, the mural was shown with its colour restored as a man dismounted a ladder after cleaning it.Brenda’s friends and followers took to the comments section to send her messages of support. Gina wrote: “Sorry these people have upset you my lovely x.” Lorni penned: “People thrive on gossip Brenda, nothing better to do.”David commented: “A

Denise Welch says Loose Women pal Brenda Edwards is 'fed up' after hospital dash - www.ok.co.uk - Britain - Chicago - city Sheffield
ok.co.uk
14.07.2022 / 18:33

Denise Welch says Loose Women pal Brenda Edwards is 'fed up' after hospital dash

Loose Women star Brenda Edwards was touring the UK while starring in Chicago until she slipped on a wet pavement, resulting in her fracturing her leg. And after having to pull out of the show as she was sent to hospital following her nasty accident, her co-star and friend Denise Welch told OK! how she is currently feeling. "Brenda is great.

Who is Jamal Edwards, cause of death, how did Jamal Edwards die, who is Brenda Edwards and what is SBTV - www.msn.com - Britain - city Sande
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22.06.2022 / 13:37

Who is Jamal Edwards, cause of death, how did Jamal Edwards die, who is Brenda Edwards and what is SBTV

British music mogul and SBTV entrepreneur Jamal Edwards died at the age of 31 in February this year. This is what we know about the death of Jamal Edwards, the man who helped launch careers of Dave and Jessie JJamal Edwards earned fame by establishing new music platform SBTV – and helped launch huge UK music careers including Dave and Jessie J. In early 2022, his manager said Jamal Edwards died in the early hours of Sunday, February 20.

Ed Sheeran Scores Second Victory in Copyright Trial as Judge Awards Him $1.1 Million in Costs - variety.com - Britain
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22.06.2022 / 12:31

Ed Sheeran Scores Second Victory in Copyright Trial as Judge Awards Him $1.1 Million in Costs

K.J. Yossman Ed Sheeran has scored a second victory in his recent copyright trial after a British judge awarded the singer over $1.1 million in costs.The sum represents approximately 90% of Sheeran’s legal bill.Explaining his decision to award Sheeran such substantial costs, Judge Antony Zacaroli wrote in his judgment: “The starting point is to identify the winners and losers in the action because the general rule is that the unsuccessful party pays the costs of the successful party… There is no dispute as to this: [Sheeran] undoubtedly won and won on every substantial point.”In April, Judge Zacaroli ruled that Sheeran had not plagiarised a 2015 song titled “Oh Why” by Sami Chokri in his hit “Shape of You.” Sheeran co-wrote “Shape of You” alongside Snow Patrol singer Johnny McDaid and producer Steve Mac (during the trial he used his legal name of Steven McCutcheon), who were co-claimants in the action.Chokri’s legal team had argued that, through a publicity campaign and mutual friends including SBTV founder Jamal Edwards (who unexpectedly died shortly before the trial), Sheeran had had the opportunity to listen to – and plagiarize – Chokri’s track.

Brenda Edwards gushes to Lorraine over Loose Women's support after Jamal's death - www.dailystar.co.uk - Chicago
dailystar.co.uk
22.06.2022 / 12:20

Brenda Edwards gushes to Lorraine over Loose Women's support after Jamal's death

Lorraine Kelly welcomed Loose Women star Brenda Edwards onto her show and the pair discussed the recent death of her son, music producer and pioneer Jamal Edwards.Brenda was missing from the Loose Women panel after her son died back in February this year.She dealt with his passing away from the spotlight but has recently rejoined the cast and is now reprising her role in Chicago, a character she first undertook back in 2006.Lorraine welcomed Brenda to the show and they discussed her nerves during the production's recent rehearsals and Brenda said she was "nervous" as she was "joining the crew," whereas performers usually "open the show together".Read more: Peter Andre says Brenda Edwards prompted him to have hard talk with his kidsThey then touched upon her return to Loose Women and Brenda praised her pals for their love and support during such a difficult time.She said: "I missed them so much, I love all the different personalities, obviously, but everyone individually sent me messages, flowers, food. Judi and Charlene came round with food, it was too much.

Peter Andre reveals Brenda Edwards prompted him to talk about drugs with his kids - www.dailystar.co.uk
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14.06.2022 / 12:47

Peter Andre reveals Brenda Edwards prompted him to talk about drugs with his kids

Peter Andre has revealed that Brenda Edwards' statement about her son Jamal's death has encouraged him to talk about drugs with his children Junior and Princess.The dad-of-four said the conversation with them was "really productive".Loose Women panellist Brenda, 53, released the statement last week, confirming that Jamal, who died in February, passed away from cardiac arrhythmia after taking recreational drugs.He was 31 at the time of his death.Writing in new! magazine, Peter, 49, said: "It was so brave of Brenda Edwards to reveal that her son Jamal Edwards died from cardiac arrhythmia after he took recreational drugs."She said in a statement that Jamal’s passing shows that one bad decision can have 'devastating consequences' and she hopes this will encourage others to 'think differently'."Peter also said that it was every parent's "worst nightmare" and praised Brenda for sharing the news.He added: "I’m so sorry that Brenda and her family are going through this, but I also want to thank her because thanks to her I was able to have a really productive conversation with my kids about this incident and especially about recreational drugs."I have met Jamal and when Princess heard about how he died she was asking me about what recreational drugs are."I explained to both her and Junior how something you think you’re doing for fun can have really huge consequences and you don’t know how your body will react to these substances."Peter has recently appeared on Loose Women with Brenda.He ended his column by saying: "I’m sending her all my love in this terribly sad situation."Brenda's statement about Jamal's passing said: "It’s so important to me that I do address it as no mother or any loved one should have to go through what

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