Jacob Mendez
Jacob Mendez

Cat Janice is dead. The singer was only 31 years old, her story moved the world

Information about death Cat Janice was published on her Instagram profile.

“This morning, from her childhood home and surrounded by her loving family, Catherine peacefully entered the light and love of her heavenly creator. We are eternally grateful for the outpouring of love Catherine and our family have received over the last few months. Cat has seen her music reach places she didn’t expect and rests in peace knowing that she will continue to support her son through her music. It wouldn’t be possible without you. Thank you,” we read in the moving entry.

The 31-year-old singer from Washington, D.C., was her real name Catherine Ipsan. In 2021, she was diagnosed with a very rare malignant tumor – sarcoma.

Since then, the singer has been keeping fans updated about her health and how she is fighting severe cancer. On January 15, the singer announced that the disease was taking up more and more of her body and she was admitted to hospice. Due to medications and illness, the artist lost her voice.

Before entering the hospice, the singer managed to record her last farewell song, which was released on January 19, 2024. The single was written with her 7-year-old son in mind Loren.

The history of a pop song “Dance You Outta My Head” (check text) touched Internet users around the world.

After the national media publicized Janice’s tragic fate, the song began to climb up the charts. The song was a top ten single on iTunes and landed on the Billboard Hot Dance/Electronic chart in eleventh place.

The song has been played over 12 million times on Spotify. However, a recording with a fragment of the song showing Janice on a bed in a hospice became viral.

The artist then wrote on Instagram that she was in complete shock after learning about the popularity of her song.

“I woke up because one of the pumps next to my bed started beeping and I accidentally checked my phone. I then witnessed an absolute miracle of God saving my life for a few days to show me His power,” she commented.

Before her death, in addition to recording the song, the singer also transferred the rights to her entire intellectual property to her son. But Cat Janice she noted that, apart from financial issues, she recorded her last song to “bring joy” to all people fighting cancer.

“My last joy would be if you listened to my song ‘Dance Outta My My Head’ because all the proceeds will go to my son, whom I will soon leave,” she commented in one of her last posts.

In an interview with “People”, Janice admitted that the idea for the song came to her last spring, when the weather was beautiful and she and her son were playing in the car.

“See you in heaven,” she wrote.