On Friday, Jonathan “Hovain” Hylton died. He wanted to be a hip-hop executive and was the managing president of Cinematic Music Group.
On his Twitter page, there was an official statement about his death. It said, “It is with great sadness that we let all family, friends, and colleagues know that Jonathan “Hovain” Hylton died at his home on Friday, November 25. He was a loving and devoted father, husband, son, brother, and proud representative of Brooklyn.
“We’d like to thank all of his great friends for all the love and support they’ve shown during this hard time. We ask everyone to keep praying for this family and to give them their privacy at this time,” the statement said.
We don’t know what caused death yet. After he died, one honor after another was given to him.
“Rest in peace Hovan. Good man. I’m sad to hear this… “My condolences to his friends and family,” said one Twitter user. Say, “RIP hovain… Brooklyn forever. RIP hovain.”
Another person said, “This person I didn’t know from a hole in the wall gave me ideas. Surprised me a lot RIP HOVAIN so sad.” Another said, “Rest in peace, Hovain. Nothing good has ever been said about this man. I’m sorry for his family and friends’ loss.” Someone else said, “May God rest @Hovain’s soul. He was a very good man.”
Hilton started his own business called Hovain Hylton Management. Among his clients are the Brooklyn rapper Young Lito and the hip-hop journalist and artist Rob Markman, who has been in the business for a long time. He also made deals with Adidas, Avion Tequila, and Sean John, which is Diddy’s clothing line.
On his website, he says, “It’s not about merging any old deals; it’s about merging the right deals that make sense for my clients and the brands we work with.” “Getting a check isn’t as good as getting a good deal.” The worth is much more. It’s about giving my clients, the brand, and, most of all, the consumer a good time.”