‘To The Max’ ‘It’s My Turn’ 80s Rapper Steve ‘Stezo’ Williams Dead At 51

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NEW HAVEN, CT. (THECOUNT) — Steve “Stezo” Williams, the rapper and dancer perhaps best known for his late 80s hit songs, “To the Max” and “It’s My Turn,” has died. He was 51.

Williams passing was confirmed on Thursday by his producer and DJ, Chris Lowe on Twitter:

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“Peace..this is Chris Lowe STEZO’s dj and producer. Thanks for the love and when u can, play a STEZO joint for us”

Stezo was a native of New Haven, Connecticut. Stezo’s cousin, Dooley-O, is also a renowned Connecticut-based hip-hop figure. He began his career as a dancer with hip-hop collective, EPMD. Stezo appeared in the video for the group’s single, “You Gots to Chill.” The song was featured on EPMD’s album, Strictly Business. EPMD stood for “Erick and Parrish Making Dollars,” reports Heavy.

A cause of death was not provided.

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