MUSIC mogul Jamal Edwards tragically left no money behind in his will despite amassing an estimated £8m fortune throughout his career.

The Brit superstar, credited with boosting the careers of Ed Sheeran and Rita Ora, died with an estate worth £0.

His step-dad Patrick Edwards and aunt Tracey Parry were listed as executors.

But along with his Loose Women star mum Brenda Edwards, they were left nothing.

The gross value of his estate was £45,502.76 at the time of his death but this plummeted to nothing as the net amount.

Brenda was listed as a beneficiary of the will, alongside his sister Tanisha Artman, aunt Deborah Todd and friend William McCarthy.


Loose Women Brenda Edwards sobs at King Charles’ letter after son’s death

Jamal Edwards’ sudden death was due to ‘recreational drugs’, mum Brenda reveals

Jamal died aged 31 in February this year from a recreational drug overdose.

He wrote his will in February 2020.

Jamal began SBTV as a YouTube channel in 2006 where he recorded friends performing on the estate where he lived in Acton, West London.

By 2014, he had amassed an estimated fortune of around £8million from working with artists like Ed Sheeran, Rita Ora, and Stormzy among others.

Most read in The Sun


Martin Lewis stuns fans as he reveals he's been forced to send his OBE back


Strictly's Shirley Ballas accused of being SEXIST as fans want her SACKED


Strictly's Richie Anderson breaks down in tears during 'tense' It Takes Two interview


Alexandra Burke in tears as she reveals why she hasn't shared baby's gender

Singer Jessie J recently opened up about the loss of her dear friend and says his death still "doesn't feel real" to her. 

She said: "I miss Jamal so much. I know there's probably people here that knew him. It still doesn't feel real to me. He was a good friend of mine."

SBTV was a launching pad for artists to become superstar singers.

Jamal was awarded an MBE in 2015 for services to music.

Shortly after his death, his step-dad Patrick, 58, was appointed as director for all four of Jamal’s active businesses, Companies House documents show.

These include Just Jam Recordings Ltd, Freeman Music Group Ltd, JE Global Enterprises Ltd and SBTV Global Ltd.

An inquest in August confirmed cocaine toxicity in Jamal’s body when he died.

The cause of death was listed as cardiac arrhythmia following cocaine use and the coroner concluded the cause of death was drug-related.

On February 21 this year, Brenda, 53, confirmed his death in a statement.

She wrote: "It is with the deepest heartache that I confirm that my beautiful son Jamal Edwards passed away yesterday morning after a sudden illness.

Read More on The Sun

Martin Lewis reveals way to calculate running cost of household appliances

My daughter’s been asking to dye her hair – I gave in but trolls slammed me

"Myself, his sister Tanisha and the rest of his family and friends are completely devastated.

"He was the centre of our world."

Source: Read Full Article