DJ Mister Cee’s Memorial Arrangements Announced

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Funeral arrangements for the late DJ Mister Cee have been announced.

Cee’s family previously released a statement writing, “On behalf of the Lebrun, Wilson, Calixte families we want to thank everyone for the outpouring of love and support for our brother, uncle, nephew Calvin ‘DJ Mister Cee’ Lebrun in the wake of his untimely passing. It’s a huge loss for our entire family, the borough of Brooklyn, and the entire Hip-Hop Community.”

The memorial will take place on Tuesday, April 30th, 2024 at 3pm. It will be held at The Brooklyn Paramount Theater located a One University Plaza, Brooklyn, NY.

The dress code is said to be all white and details for tickets will be made available soon.

HOT 97 released a statement about Cee’s untimely passing as well. “We’re deeply saddened by the passing of our beloved Mister Cee. He wasn’t just a DJ; he was a pillar of our stations, bringing joy to countless listeners with his legendary Throwback at Noon and Friday Night Live sets.

Mr. Cee’s influence stretched far beyond the airwaves, shaping the very fabric of NYC’s DJ culture. Our hearts are heavy as we send our love and condolences to his family and the fans whose lives he touched through his music. 

Rest easy, Mr. Cee. Your legacy will live forever.”

Mister Cee, widely known as The Finisher, became the official DJ for Big Daddy Kane. He eventually became the DJ behind Kane’s 1988 debut, Long Live The Kane.

Cee played a huge part in building the success of Biggie Smalls. He eventually served as the associate executive producer for The Notorious B.I.G.’s 1994 debut, Ready To Die. 

We are keeping Mister Cee’s family, friends and loved ones in our thoughts and prayers. May he rest peacefully.