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Jamal Edwards ‘predicted his own untimely death’ after being plagued by tragedies throughout his life

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JAMAL Edwards died unexpectedly aged 31 – but he appeared to predict his own untimely death in 2019.

After being plagued by tragedies throughout his life, the music mogul – who launched the careers of Ed Sheeran and Jessie J – feared he wouldn’t live long enough to see his work finished.

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Jamal Edwards feared he would die at an early age[/caption]

Jamal is believed to have suffered a heart attack at his mum Brenda’s house on Sunday morning after his final DJ set at a bar the night before.

Recording The Diary of a CEO with Steven Bartlett, Jamal admitted he was scared of failure and people not caring about him anymore.

In a deep chat on the podcast in October 2019, Jamal said: “I worry about not being able to do the things I procrastinate about.

“There are loads of projects in the works and I think crazy stuff. I feel like every day is our last day.

“Sometimes I go to sleep and I think crazy stuff like ‘what if I’m not alive to see that’.

“I don’t know why I think things like that.


“There will be a project with an artist that I’m going to work with in one month or two months’ time and I think – ‘what happens if I’m not going to be alive for that?’

“I think mad stuff like that. I go to sleep and think ‘damn’.

“I’ve had a lot of death in my life. I’ve known people who have died in their sleep, where their heart just stops.”

Jamal’s grief-stricken friends say he suffered a heart attack at his home in Acton, West London.

His heartbroken mum – Loose Women star Brenda broke her silence on the devastating news in a statement – expressing her “deepest heartache” as she revealed her son died from a “sudden illness”.

The 31-year-old was known as a “legend” in West London – and people were finding his death “hard to come to terms with”.

Podcast host Steven kicked off Jamal’s episode thanking him for being a “shining example” as a “successful, young, black man to look up to”.

They went on to speak for 60 minutes about Jamal’s rise from a media student working in Topshop to a multi-millionaire who gained fame from setting up music platform SBTV in 2006.

But despite his huge success, Jamal continued to say on The Diary of a CEO podcast that he would “never be satisfied”.

But asked by host Steven “if you were to drop down dead today, would you have any regrets?”, Jamal replied: “I don’t think so.”

He added: “I feel like I had a good run, it was decent.

“But I think I’ll always think ‘I could have done that project, I could have filmed that person, I could have done that acting role’. I think that will always be in my head.

“I really believe in always keeping going, no matter what it is.”

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The 31-year-old died of a ‘heart attack’ on Sunday[/caption]

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Steven Barlett welcomed Jamal onto his podcast in 2019[/caption]

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