Michael Wycoff

Born 8 February 1952. Died 13 March 2019
Michael Wycoff
Michael Wycoff

Michael Wycoff Biography (Wikipedia)

Michael Wycoff was an American R&B singer. Wycoff attended Wilmington Junior High School and Phineas Banning High School in Wilmington, Los Angeles, California. Wycoff played keyboards and sang in the school's talent shows solo where his fan base was born as he was always a top performing act.

Wycoff sang backup on Stevie Wonder's album Songs in the Key of Life. He signed a solo contract with RCA and released three albums between 1981 and 1983, scoring a few hit singles on the U.S. R&B charts. His second album, Love Conquers All, included the song, "Looking Up to You," that was sampled by the 1990s R&B group Zhané on their hit song, "Hey Mr. D.J." in 1993.

Wycoff succumbed to an addiction to drugs and alcohol.[citation needed] His addiction ultimately caused him the loss of his career, his home and his family, and Wycoff ended up homeless.[citation needed] At the bottom, he found his way back through his faith,[citation needed] beating his habit and ultimately becoming Minister of Music at several Los Angeles area churches.[citation needed]

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