Sunrise: September 20, 1992
Sunset: July 12, 2020
Malcolm T-Shawn Tyrell Finister-Richardson was born on September 20, 1992 to Tanisha Finister and Delmico Richardson. Malcolm attended many Seattle Public Schools. He later enrolled in the CEO Program at Shoreline Community College where he received his GED Certificate. He had many different jobs and his work ethic was impeccable . Malcolm dreamed of becoming a MC. At 10, Vitamin D recorded his first rap verse. Later he took the stage name, Malcolm Rebel. As an Audio Engineer, he also recorded many artists. Malcolm was funloving, smart, and had a strong sense of self. Everybody loved Malcolm.
Malcolm was preceded in death by his father, Delmico Richardson at age 9. Malcolm leaves to cherish his memory his beautiful daughter, Aaliya Reign Smithe whom he loved with all his heart; mother, Tanisha Finister; stepfather, Derrick Brown; sisters, Malaika Brown, Judea Howard, Meesha Brown, and brother, Deejay Brown all of Seattle, WA.; maternal grandmother, Aman’yah Wilson; aunts, Shawanna Jackson, Monique Kaufman (Seattle, WA); uncles Xavier Wren (Spanaway, WA.), Desmond Richardson (Seattle, WA); and a host of Great-aunts, Great- uncles, family, friends and fans that loved him very much.
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