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Industry Vet Davett Singletary has Died

 width=Legendary entertainment marketing executive, Davett Singletary, 53, died on Tuesday, March 29, 2011 in her home in Los Angeles. The exact cause of death has not been confirmed.

Davett held positions at Epic Records and as VP of Artist Development and Marketing at LaFace Records, where she launched the careers of Usher, Toni Braxton, TLC, Outkast and others. She represented and consulted songwriters, and entertainment companies that created music videos, films and television specials. Her celebrity marketing and consulting company, Marketing On Demand, boasted a client roster that included Earth, Wind & Fire, Chaka Khan, the , Blackstreet, Floetry, , Maurice White and DreamWorks Records. In 2006, Davett relaunched, branded and marketed Usher’s new record label, US Records, a subsidiary of . She was recently in partnership in a new entertainment/technology venture called Me Stix that offers new tech to entertainers and fans.

Born in Newark, NJ, Davett received a Bachelors of Fine Arts degree in Fashion Design at the renowned Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT), a Bachelors of Science degree at University (NYU) and a Masters from Brooklyn College. She is survived by her mother, Grace Singletary, 4 sisters, 1 brother and a host of family, friends and business .

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  1. My Aunt Davett Was a beautiful intelligent woman and we all know her resume of success. she was helping me with my music also and she told me herself that i could make it in this industry “hands down”. i will miss her wisdom, love, and conversations we had. i wish i could hug her one last time but i know she has her arms around me and the family, and all of her close friends she had! I thank u ALL FROM THE BOTTOM OF MY HEART for your kind words and helping hands in this time of our great loss. God bless and peace be onto u!

  2. I’m just devastated by Davett death. I met her in 1996 when she was working in atlanta and braided her hair up to when she left.We grew very close and even though her work took her away we still called each other.My daugther and i will miss her dearly.
    R.I.P my sister

  3. I grew up with Davett from grammar school (Dr Horton) through high school at Barringer High. We lived 3 doors down from each other. Although we all must go, I was taken aback when I got the news today from her sister who I saw for the first time in 30 years. May G-D Most High have mercy on her soul.

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