Grammy-winning rapper Lupe Fiasco has some serious words on the life of late musician Keith Flint. The hip-hop veteran has come forward to reflect on the Prodigy vocalist’s unexpected death.

Fiasco went to Instagram Monday and didn’t hesitate to dish on Keith’s greatness.

Earlier in the day, the rock star’s group confirmed Keith’s shocking death.

The Prodigy founder Liam Howlett also hit up social media to speak on Flint’s death.

Keith’s impact on the music biz dates back to the 90’s.

With his punk aesthetic of piercings, spiked hair and intense stare, Flint became one of the UK’s most iconic musical figures in the 1990s. He joined the Prodigy as a dancer, later becoming a frontman alongside rapper Maxim. Aside from their 1992 debut, all of the group’s seven albums have reached No 1 in the UK, the most recent being No Tourists, released in November 2018. Flint performed the vocals on the Prodigy’s best known singles, Firestarter and Breathe, which both went to No 1 in 1996. (The Guardian)