In very sad news it is being reported that singer and songwriter Andrea Martin has died. The news was shared on her Instagram stories.
Andrea is a certified hitmaker, known for writing timeless songs for Angie Stone, Monica, En Vogue’s “Don’t Let Go,” SWV and more.
Twitter reacted to the news, with many people acknowledging just what a loss this is. Read some of the reactions below:
Andrea Monica Martin (April 14, 1972-September 27, 2021) was an American R&B singer-songwriter and producer. She mainly thought Toni Braxton (“I Love Me Some Him”), Monica (“Before You Walk Out of My Life”), Angie Stone (“Wish I did not miss you”),  En Vogue (“Don’t let go ( Love)”), SWV (“You are the one”) and Leona Lewis (“Just in Time”).
Martin collaborated with The X Factor 2008 champion Alexandra Burke to overcome a song for her debut album. Andrea majored in vocal music and graduated from Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts in 1990.
In 1998, Martin released The Best of Me and some singles. In November 1998, her single “Let Me Return the Favor” ranked 82nd on the Billboard Hot 100, and her single “Share the Love” was remixed for the club and performed on Billboard in June 1999. Reached the 4th place on the list. In the same year, she appeared at BET’s Girls Night Out concert, starring alongside her then Arista label partners Monica, Faith Evans, Deborah Cox and Shanice. She has appeared as a backup singer in many albums.