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How Nigerian producer H-Code choked to death

By Osagie Alonge


H-Code is described by friends as an ‘easy going fellow’. Photo: Facebook

Last week, a music producer Harold Mordi better known as H-Code passed away after suffering an asthma attack.

One close friend tells NET the late producer was hanging out with a few friends on Friday, March 7, 2014 at his family home in Surulere, Lagos when the attack came – he never recovered from the attack, slumping and eventually giving up the ghost.

He was at home with friends when he had the attack, he choked to death. He never smoked’, a close friend and music collaborator Big T tells NET.

H-Code relocated from the UK to Nigeria in 2007 to start up his own music production company H20.

Mordi who was in his 20s, was the last child of his parents. We’re told his father passed away a years ago. His mother is said to be heavily depressed following the sad news.

He might not have been very popular but H-Code had worked with quite a number of Nigerian artistes including 2face and Vector (Get down), Olamide (Unite), Dammy Krane, Waje, Sinzu and many others..

Before his untimely death, was putting together a mixtape and had already been reaching out to a few rappers to record verses for the project.

Mordi’s family are currently making burial arrangements.

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