Fool’s Gold Records co-founder Dust La Rock passes away
Fool’s Gold Records co-founder Dust La Rock has passed away at the age of 38. Known to friends and family as Joshua Prince, alongside partners A-Trak and Nick Catchdubs, Dust La Rock played a major part in the Brooklyn-based imprint’s foundations, playing multiple roles inside the powerhouse record label. Working as not only an artist, but as a designer and an art director on various Fool’s Gold projects, Dust La Rock also played an instrumental role in the artistic designs that accompany A-trak and Armand Van Helden‘s Duck Sauce project.
A-Trak confirmed the news today and artists from across hip-hop and dance music have reached out wishing their condolences. Currently news regarding Prince’s untimely and sudden passing is scarce. More on this as details are confirmed.
RIP Dust La Rock. My ace. Lost a brother today.
— RIP Duster (@atrak) February 3, 2015