Del The Funky Homosapien Seriously Injured After Fall At Concert (Video)

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Last night (July 8), the Gorillaz cut their Roskilde Festival appearance in Denmark short following an injury to longtime collaborator Del The Funky Homosapien. Del, who is a Rap veteran of nearly 30 years, fell off of the stage, halting the performance of the band’s breakout 2001 single, “Clint Eastwood.”

The Hieroglyphics co-founder was rushed to the hospital, and is in stable condition, according to a social media update from the artist:

Del The Funky Homosapien & Amp Live Form A Duo. They Did Not Come To Play. (Video)

The event was captured on video, where viewers can see the No Need For Alarm creator fall from the stage upon his entrance:

The Gorillaz, who just released their sixth album The Now Now, have worked with Del for nearly 20 years. Dan The Automator, a producer for the animated band, partnered with D-E-L and Kid Koala in Deltron 3030. He appeared on two songs on their self-titled debut. The Oakland, California MC/producer has toured with the collective for years.

Earlier this year, Del partnered with Zion I co-founder Amp Live for Gate 13, available for full stream:

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Ambrosia For Heads wishes Del a speedy and full recovery.

Photo by Karl Walter.