Consider Kate Beckinsale for the role of Vulcan in the next Star Trek film.
Sinéad O’Connor was well aware of the significance of the musical legacy she left behind.
In an interview that took place in 2021 for the purpose of promoting her memoir “Rememberings,” O’Connor stated that she had spoken with her children about the significance of safeguarding her musical career and her financial assets.
To this end, she stated that she had instructed them to contact her accountant prior to dialing 911 in the event that she was ever discovered dead.
She told the journal, “See, when the artists are dead, they’re much more valuable than when they’re alive,” and the phrase was taken directly from the previous sentence. It’s quite disgusting what record corporations do, but Tupac has had a lot more records published after he passed away than he ever did while he was still alive.
“That is why I’ve always instructed my children since they were very small, ‘If your mother drops dead tomorrow before you called 911, call my accountant and make sure the record companies don’t start releasing my records and not telling you where the money is,'” she continued explaining. “If your mother drops dead tomorrow before you called 911, call my accountant and make sure the record companies don’t start releasing my records and not telling you where the money is.”
This week, the Irish singer was discovered unconscious in a home in London, where she was living, and she passed away. Her age was 56.
There has been no word on what caused the death, but the London police indicated on Thursday that they are not investigating it as suspicious.
O’Connor was a mother to a total of four little ones. Last year, her son Shane, who had been missing for several days before his death, was 17 years old.
Her voice was noted for its clarity and purity, and she had remarkable songwriting abilities that conveyed her ideas on politics, spirituality, history, and philosophy. She was a vocalist who was well-known for her work.
However, it wasn’t until O’Connor’s sophomore album, “I Do Not Want What I Haven’t Got,” that she became a well-known musician. Her debut album, “The Lion and the Cobra,” was published in 1987 and received positive reviews from music critics at the time of its release.