Terror Fabulous Opens Up About Mental Health Issues
Terror Fabulous rose to fame in the early 1990s with his hit single “Action” featuring Nadine Sutherland.
The single peaked at number 43 on the Billboard chart in 1993 and was listed at number 19 on Vibe fifty greatest duets of all time.
Since achieving great success in the early to mid 1990s, Terror Fabulous has been missing from the scene since. He recently surfaced at this year’s Rebel Salute where he gave a rousing performance.
We also recently learned that the deejay has been battling a mental disorder which caused him to put his music on hold.
Speaking with the Obersver, Terror Fabulous, born Cecil Campbell, said he has been on medication for several years now.
“I have been on medication for more than 10 years and my doctor and those around me are very supportive,” Fabulous said.
Fabulous also said he has not been receiving royalties from his songs including “Kotch,” “Glamorous,” “Gwaney Gwanye,” and “No retreat No Surrender.”
“I really want to collect as I have done a lot of work in the past,” Fabulous said. “I got a letter from ASCAP (publishing company) once but I have lost contact with them and can’t really recall the details of the letter.”