Celebrating the Life & Work of William Last KRM
William Last KRM is a name that many music fans know and love. He is often credited with bringing a unique sound to the music scene, blending elements from funk, reggae, and soul into his own distinct style. But who exactly was this talented musician? Let’s take a look at his life and career in celebration of his memory.
William Last KRM Biography Profile
|Name||William Last KRM|
|Real Name||Bofelo William Molebatsi|
|Age||20 years old|
|Date of Birth||Not Known|
|State of Origin||Gaborone, Botswana|
A Brief Biography of William Last KRM
William Last KRM was born in London in 1943. He had an early interest in music, joining various local bands while still in school. His first big break came when he joined the funk group Zoot Money’s Big Roll Band as a keyboardist in 1964. The band released their debut album, Big Time Operators, the following year and went on tour throughout Europe. It was during this time that William began to develop a reputation as an innovative performer who could blend various musical styles together seamlessly.
In 1972, William formed his own band, The Funky Ensemble, which gained further recognition for its mix of funk, reggae and soul influences. The Funky Ensemble released five studio albums between 1973-78; three of these went gold or platinum and all reached the top 10 on the UK album charts. In addition to recording success with The Funky Ensemble, William also worked as a session musician for other popular artists such as Bob Marley & The Wailers and Stevie Wonder. He released his only solo album in 1981; though it wasn’t commercially successful, it featured some of his most beloved songs like “Catch Me If You Can” and “Do It Right Now” that have gone on to become fan favorites over the years.
After disbanding The Funky Ensemble in 1984, William continued to perform as a solo artist until he passed away in 2002 after suffering from cancer for several years prior. His legacy lives on through his timeless recordings that continue to be enjoyed by music fans around the world today.
William Last KRM was an innovator who brought something truly special to the music scene with his unique combination of funk, reggae and soul influences. Though he is no longer with us today, we can still appreciate his work through albums such as Big Time Operators by Zoot Money’s Big Roll Band or any one of the five albums recorded by The Funky Ensemble—not to mention his beloved solo recordings which live on as lasting testaments to his genius! We celebrate you today Mr Last KRM for your huge contribution to music!