Kashif Saleem


Age: 59

singer, songwriter, and producer who crafted dance-funk hits in the 1980's and produced Whitney Houston's first big hit You Give Good Love, which became a worldwide hit in 1985 (it reached No. 3 on the main Billboard chart and No. 1 on the Rhythm & Blues chart, becoming Houston's first breakout hit song), who also worked on dance-floor hits for Evelyn "Champagne" King in the 1980's including Love Come Down, I'm In Love, and Betcha She Don't Love You, and whose biggest hit as an artist was a 1978 remake of Love Changes by R&B group Mother's Finest.

Cause of Death: Natural causes

Born: December 29, 1956

Died: September 25, 2016

Los Angeles, California