Bobby Caldwell, the singer-songwriter renowned for his smooth jazz classic “What You Won’t Do For Love,” has passed away at the age of 71. The artist died unexpectedly on Tuesday at his New Jersey home, according to a tweet from his wife Mary Caldwell.

“I held him tight in my arms as he left us. I am forever heartbroken. Thanks to all of you for your many prayers over the years,” she wrote. “Rest with God, my love.”

Mary claimed in her letter that she thought her husband had been “floxed,” a term some use to describe rare but uncomfortable fluoroquinolone antibiotic side effects.

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Here are 5 Best songs of Bobby Caldwell:

1. What You Won’t Do For Love

This song was released as the lead single from his self-titled debut album in September 1978. Produced by Ann Holloway, it was written by Caldwell and Alfons Kettner. Several artists have recorded and sampled the song, including Tupac Shakur, who did so in his posthumous 1998 hit “Do for Love.”

2. Coming Down for Love

This song released in the 1980 and is 4:02 minutes long. The track has some piano notes that remind of Michael McDonald.

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3. Darling Open Your Eyes

This song was also released in 108- and is from the album Cat in the Hat. It was also sampled by Common in The Light.

4. My Flame

This song depicts a breakup in which there are still significant feelings remaining. What You Won’t Do For Love, Bobby Caldwell’s 1978 debut album, initially featured the song.

The melancholy xylophone melody from My Flame was sampled in Biggie’s hit song Sky’s the Limit in the 1990s, and it quickly gained widespread recognition.

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5. The Next Time I Fall

This song was released in 1989 and was featured in the Album The Time Has Come: The Ultimate Anthology.

The celebrated artist is now survived by his wife Mary Caldwell and their children.