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Is Jbalvin Dead, Died? J Balvin Death News Hoax



The internet has declared popular Colombia singer and songwriter, J Balvin dead. Internet users woke up this morning to see unverified news that José Álvaro Osorio Balvín died going viral on social media.

The news has popped out numerous questions, Is J Balvin really dead or alive? Continue reading below to know more about this recent development.

Is Jbalvin Dead or Alive?

Is J Balvin dead, what happened to him, these are a few questions been asked by fans.

J Balvin is not dead as circulated on social media, the singer is very much alive and doing well.

His social media account is also very active and he constantly updates it with current videos and pictures of himself.

The rumors of his death started circulating on social media after a new update of his profile on Google says he died on August 3, 2022.

Who Is J Balvin? Things To Know About Him!

Born Colombian musician José Lvaro Osorio Balvin, also known as J Balvin. One of the best-selling Latin music singers, he goes by the moniker “Prince of Reggaeton” (from the Spanish “Principe del Reggaetón”) and has sold more than 35 million records (albums and singles) worldwide.

Colombia’s Medellin is where Balvin was born. He came to the United States at the age of 17 to study English and resided in Oklahoma and New York.

After that, he went back to Medelln and became well-known for his club performances.

On May 7, 1985, he was born in Medellin, Colombia, into a middle-class family.

He was raised in a sizable house in the hills outside of the city by his father, an economist and company owner.

He says he mixes the grunge look into his personal style since he grew up listening to rock bands like Metallica and Nirvana and has a Nirvana tattoo on his knee.

After hearing Daddy Yankee, he became interested in reggaeton. According to him, “I was such a fan that I was replicating his style, the way he walked onstage, his flows, and his raps,” likening him to the reggaeton version of Jay-Z.


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