On March 1, 2018, Charles Choro, who is known for his iconic appearance on “Keeping Up With The Kardashians,” passed away.
Charles Choros life is well known for many things, but perhaps the most well known is for being one of the biggest stars of the 80s.
Born in Chicago in 1970, Charles was raised by his mother and father, and his early years were spent at a home for troubled youths.
Chorlo became interested in music and started performing at a young age, but it was while he was performing at youth groups that he discovered that music wasn’t just for kids anymore.
In 1986, Charles released his first solo album, “The End Is Nigh.”
That year, he also joined the band The Beatles and formed The Beatles Forever.
While his solo albums were relatively low-key, Chorlon’s continued to be a key part of The Beatles’ catalog, and he continued to play a vital role in the band’s history.
In 1987, Choro released his second album, A Song For My Baby, and in 1988, he released the album The End Is Here, and again in 1989, he became the first rapper to ever break into the Billboard Hot 100.
After his solo career ended, Chorel returned to the spotlight with his second studio album, The Last Song.
In 1992, he and The Beatles reunited and reunited again for a third album, In Our Time.
In 1994, Chomos third album became one of The Who’s best-selling albums.
In 1996, Chors most famous song, “Stay With Me,” was released.
Choro’s legacy is still felt today, with his music and art being used as props for popular culture such as the Super Bowl halftime show, and the “Keeping Fit” campaign, in which young adults take on physical and mental fitness challenges to help prevent cancer.
CHORLTON: A REAL CHORLO STORY From Charles Chorelo’s early years in the 80’s to his most recent albums and TV appearances, the Chorlos story is told in his own words.
“A REAL CHOREL” Choro started performing in a local Chicago high school in the early 1980s.
He started his career with the Chicago Eagles.
During this time, he was seen as an idol to young fans of the band.
His appearance at the school was often featured on the news and in magazines.
In 1989, Charles joined the Chicago Bulls basketball team and played with the team’s youth teams.
He was a two-time All-Star and won Rookie of the Year in 1990.
While with the Bulls, Charles had his breakthrough performance in the 1992 NBA Finals, when he scored 20 points in a win over the Houston Rockets.
In 1993, Choros career with Chicago ended when he died in a plane crash on his way to attend the wedding of his longtime girlfriend.
In 1995, he left behind his two children and his career as a performer.
“Keeping up with the Kardashians” airs on Lifetime on March 1.
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