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Before Suicide, The Prodigy’s Keith Flint Lived a Fast, Wild Life

Before Suicide, The Prodigy's Keith Flint Lived a Fast, Wild Life

The life of Keith Flintwashallmarked by living his life to the fullest and according to his terms.T his reality about the late artist has surfaced following his tragic suicide on Monday.

At the time of his death, Flint was 49 years old. The legendary longtime frontman of British electronic music group, The Prodigy, deliberately led an eccentric and extremely wild existence.

The London-born artist affirmed that he was a rebel who neither obeyed smoking signs nor took Class A drugs.

In addition, Flint relayed that he was not interested in saving his hard-earned money in the bank.

Instead, he chose to break the bank, recklessly spending all of his funds until he ran out of it.

Flint once mentioned that he could not see himself reaching old age because he cited that once he is no longer famous, he would take his own life.

He promised himself that he would “live fast and make every second count.”

Flint said that he would like to see himself in the future realizing that he did everything and a lot of things.

The one-third of the members of The Prodigy also shared that he appreciated the notion that he had tried dying his hair in myriads of hues.

Furthermore, Flint revealed that he had slept with plenty of women and fulfilled his ultimate sexual fantasies, as well as acquired all the body piercings and tattoos that he wanted for his body.

The Prodigy star also remarked that he had tried various types of drugs including marijuana and cocaine especially during the time when his band’s fame was already waning in the 2000s.

Flint transformed The Prodigy into one of the greatest electronic music acts a decade before the millennium.

Their breakthrough songs released in the mid-1990s include “Breathe” and “Firestarter” which were massive successes not only in the United States and the United Kingdom but also in the rest of the world.

Flint’sperformance with his band was marked by unprecedented levels of energy.

He gained renown for his intense performances onstage, flashing his iconic hairstyle that appeared like demonic horns.

His appearance was that of an untamed and ferocious fiend which was well-received by rave enthusiasts of his time.

Flint was supposed to join The Prodigy in a concert tour in the United States around May this year.

However, this would no longer be possible after his sudden, unfortunate passing at the onset of this week.

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