‘Nothing Compares 2 U’ singer Sinead O’Connor passed away at 56

'Nothing Compares 2 U' singer Sinead O'Connor passed away at 56
Image source: Sinéad O'Connor/Youtube screencap

Sinead O’Connor passed away at the age of 56. Her family announced the shocking news.

The singer, best known for her 1990 hit “Nothing Compares 2 U”, has died.

The family said in a statement, “It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our beloved Sinead. Her family and friends are praying in privacy during these difficult times.

O’Connor’s death comes a year after the death of her son Shane, who escaped the hospital appearing suicidal and took his own life in 2022. The music star, Shuhada’ Sadaqat, who changed her name in 2018 – after converting to Islam – posted a photo of her late son in her latest tweet.

The Picture wrote: “Since then I have been called the immortal animal of nightlife. The love of my life, the light of my soul. We are one soul, divided in two.

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She is the only person who loves me unconditionally. Without it, I would have fallen into the bardo. (sic)”

O’Connor has released ten studio albums throughout her career, and Prince’s song “Nothing Compares 2 U” was named the world’s number one single by the Billboard Music Awards in 1990, selling over seven million copies worldwide. she had success with her second album, I Don’t Want What I Can’t Get.

In 2017, he posted a video claiming to be “suicide”.

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Meanwhile, said in the video: “Mental illness, like drugs, doesn’t care who you are, and equally worse, selfishness doesn’t care who you are.”

The spokesperson accordingly said that he was “not suicidal” and “received the best possible care”. O’Connor was recognized when she won the inaugural Academy Award at the RTE Choice Music Awards earlier this year. Winner of the Classic Irish Album Award for “I Don’t Think I Don’t It”.

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