James Ingram has died.
Billboard reports
Debbie Allen, the singers longtime friend and creative partner tweeted a farewell to Ingram today on her page.

Ingram won two Grammy's during his career, one for his single "One Hundred Ways"and the other for his duet with Michael McDonald "Yah Mo B There." The Grammy award winning singer had more than 30 hits which included, his unforgettable duet with Patti Austin "Baby Come to Me," solo tracks "I Don't Have the Heart," "One Hundred Ways," and "Just Once." He was also a brilliant songwriter, penning tracks for music greats like The Pointer Sisters, Ray Charles, George Benson and more. Ingram also co-wrote Michael Jackson's P.Y.T.( Pretty Young Thing.)

Other than Mrs. Allen's heartfelt goodbye, no other details regarding his passing has been confirmed. Although it has been reported Ingram was suffering from brain cancer and died from complications of the disease sometime today in Los Angeles. What we do know, is that the world will miss his beautiful voice and cherish the music he left us to enjoy. We offer our deepest condolences to his family and friends.

Rest in sweet peace, James Ingram.