Indonesian writer and vocalist Rinto Harahap passed away at 65 years old in the Mount Elizabeth Hospital, Singapore, on Monday, February 9, night.
"Unquestionably, we fit in with Allah and to Him might we give back, our dad, Rinto Harahap, passed away in the Mount Elizabeth Hospital, on Monday, at 10:15 p.m. nearby time," Thariq Mahmud Eben, the spouse generally Rinto Harahap's girl, Cindy Claudia, said.
Thariq affirmed the demise of his dad in-law through his record on Path, which is an informal communication and photograph imparting administration that Antara cited here on Tuesday. His body was flown in from Singapore and brought to the grieving house in South Jakarta on Tuesday.
As per political spectator Fadjroel Rachman, Rinto got to be popular among a few Indonesians when he joined "The Mercy's" band in the 1970s. "Don't Expect", "Rose" and "Let Me Alone" were among his evergreen hits around then.
Senior legislator of the Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle (PDIP) Pramono Anung and manikin expert Sujiwo Tejo offered their sympathies on the downfall of the extremely popular writer utilizing their individual social networking records.
Conceived in Sibolga, North Sumatra Province, on March 10, 1949, Rinto Harahap framed "The Mercy's" band alongside his companions, Charles Hutagalung and Reynold Panggabean, in the 1970s